6th Biennial Participatory Design Conference, New York, United States Of America, 28 November - 01 December 2000, pp.212-216
As a profession and as a discipline, architecture is at a crossroads in the digital age. Academic institutions have been faced with the question of how to integrate digital technology into their curricula. Changes of information, relation, and context over time are perceived as processes. To enable and combine these aspects in a digital environment is the main task for the information. Communication can be useful for requesting information. There are different challenges when trying to enhance communication in digital environments. The different design stages help to integrate communication effectively into an environment and a collaborative process.