Representing design processes
Don't think I posted it here but this initiative about mapping and analyzing design process is of tremendous value. Hugh Dubberly collected "over one-hundred descriptions of design and development processes, from architecture, industrial design, mechanical engineering, quality management, and software development". All this material is a great way to understand how people design and how they describe what they do. The process are often presented in a "designerly" way, mostly with graphics and process representations.
Why do I blog this? material for teaching as well as my interest towards representing designers' process. A must read.