Visual Design Space Exploration
Design tasks are common in many industries, e.g., product, graphic or interior design. Such design tasks are defined by being under-specified and involving a myriad of tradeoffs, e.g., physical stability, customer preference, legal regulations, aesthetics, or production cost. It is the designer's purpose to navigate these tradeoffs and to arrive at solution candidates.
Provide a systematic overview of how interactive visualizations support various design tasks. Among other topics, it can cover visualization and interaction approaches, analyis questions and process, guidance and algorithmic methods.
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