Abstract—This paper discusses the use of the design science research theoretical framework and methodology for constructing an approach for designing applications in 3D virtual worlds. The research is about the need for a suitable method and tools for designing virtual world applications, which is evidenced by many of the problems that virtual worlds continue to suffer due to poor design. The proposed approach uses the generative design grammar framework and the generative design agent model as tools for designing virtual world applications. Preliminary analyses suggest that, the use of a method and tools created specifically for designing virtual world applications provides a suitable and robust approach for designing these types of applications.
Index Terms—methodologies, design science research, methods, design, tools, toolkits, frameworks, models
Cite: William Sawyerr, "An Application of the Design Science Research Theoretical Framework and Methodology in the Construction of an Approach for Designing Applications in 3," Vol. 7, No. 4, pp. 259-263, November, 2016. doi: 10.12720/jait.7.4.259-263
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