T-plan

T-plan

The basic floor plan of a building having the shape of a capital letter T.
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JWT's T-Plan was innovative at the time, because to consider the "response" you wanted from the consumer first, ahead of the messaging, was a new thought.
Nicholas Pevsner, the chronicler of great and ancient British buildings, described it as "Originally a C15-C16 timber framed hall house with solar cross-wing, the latter mostly rebuilt to a large T-plan with shaped gable end for John Collins, 1678.
in the T-Plan methodology product drivers are examined in the market section, not the product section like above (Phaal et al.
This article focuses on how the "fast-start" T-Plan method (2,3,4) can be customized to fit a wide range of organizational contexts, in terms of both roadmap architecture and process.
Thus the home of a worker might change from the rectangular miner's cabin to the T-plan cottage to the pyramidal-roofed cottage.
A dissection D is called a T-plan [6] if each junction point where a vertical line meets with a horizontal line is a T-junction.
This article describes a process called T-Plan, which has been developed to support the rapid initiation of roadmapping and thereby address these challenges (7).