Cardboard modeling: Exploring, experiencing and communicating

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This chapter presents Cardboard modeling as a tool for design that allows for simultaneous exploration, experiencing, and communication of design proposals. It introduces basic techniques and exercises to build skill and speed in Cardboard modeling and then demonstrates how it can be used as a tool for exploration. It ends with presenting two Cardboard models that were made to give a sense of the fidelity level and type of design that is possible with the technique.




Frens, J. J. W. (2016). Cardboard modeling: Exploring, experiencing and communicating. In Collaboration in Creative Design: Methods and Tools (pp. 149ā€“177). Springer International Publishing.

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