Consolidation in Collaborative Design: An Exploratory Case Study
In collaborative software design scenarios, Consolidation is a key process for contributions from diverse participants to be understood, reviewed, and integrated into a coherent set of design objects. However, this process is complex because it acts at different times and objects throughout a design process, and few works in literature are devoted to addressing this process and its inherent complexity. This paper presents an exploratory case study to investigate Consolidation in a Design Thinking-inspired process. As results, remarks about dimensions of Consolidation, activities where Consolidation occurred and strategies used were identified, which can be a source for designing technical features for supporting Consolidation practices.
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