By Gordon Rugg
In a previous article, I looked at ways of systematically recording indicators of problems and successes with a design. In that article, I focused on the indicators, with only a brief description of how you could record them.
Today’s article gives a more detailed description of ways of recording those indicators, using the worked example of a building entrance.
The worked example is, ironically, the Humanitarian Building. Here’s the Wikipedia image for its entrance.