№3(59)
September 2017
ISSN
1990-4126

Russian

«Architecton: proceedings of higher education» № 3(59) September 2017

Design


 Gabrielyan Tigran O.

PhD. (Art Studies), Tutor,
V.I.Vernadsky Crimean Federal University,
Simferopol, e-mail: Tigrangabr@tagart-studio.com 

A SCIENTIFIC APPROACH TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF A SEMIOTIC-INTERACTIVE GRAPHIC DESIGN ENVIRONMENT


The article deals with the work of design theorists on the problem of a scientific component of design. By correlating domestic and foreign studies, a system of scientific research is being developed that reveals the theoretical and empirical essence of knowledge about design. Verification and falsifiability are put forward as the criteria of truth (being scientific) of new knowledge. Using a research project of a semiotic interactive graphic design environment as an example, the author shows stages of verification by studying the components of the research system, the problem field and the areas of their interaction. The criterion of falsifiability is applied to the fundamental components of the semiotic interactive graphic design environment: aesthetics, methodology, and technology, and to problem field.

Key words: design, methodology, scientific research, verification, falsifiability, semiotic interactive graphic design environment



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