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designer

(of cells, chemicals, etc.) designed (or produced) to perform a specific function or combat a specific problem
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Designer

The person who draws, lays out, or prepares a design.
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For leaders and participants of professional institutions operating in design mode on a frequent basis, regular readings (lectio) of such spiritual works, or crafting of speeches (oratio) expressing such high-minded ideals exposes one to insights, possibly valuable ends, and perspectives that the terrors of performativity conveniently displace, thus repairing blind spots and stunted designerly ways of thinking and knowing.
As explained in the first article, in each of the eight PIRPOSAL phases three key questioning prompts serve as Designerly Focal Points (DFP) that initiate student engagement in any given phase of T/E design.
This copy of the eight design phases serves as a reference providing the context for the designerly questions students encounter during any phase of design.
In other words, Design Turkey was intentionally configured for designerly evaluation, but at the same time limitations may exist in reflecting the dynamics of consumption and public taste.
In practice this would not naturally be the case, as starting points in a design process are fully dependent on designerly questioning.
Regardless of which design phase the learner finds him or herself engaged in, he or she is confronted with a need to know that, in turn, elicits designerly questioning.
based on people, process and products: design epistemology--study of the designerly ways of knowing: design praxology--study of the practices and processes of design: design phenomenology--study of the form and configuration of the artifacts (2)"
Approaches to Design Research: Towards the Designerly Way.
At the same time, the overall application of a chilled designerly palette of white, blue-gray, cerise, and ocher holds it all together as a gestalt, a floating, brainlike mass.
The latter is sometimes referred to as a designerly approach, studiobased teaching or project-led instruction.