Chapter 15. Display-Action-Response

When you decide to build a house, your architect will begin by asking you questions about the way you live, to get a better understanding of how you might use the house. She might ask how old your children are, what kinds of activities you do, and what your daily routine looks like. During the schematic phase, the architect generates a series of rough sketches based on your answers, to give you an idea of what she is thinking of for your house.

After you decide on the general plan, you enter the design development phase. During this phase, the architect creates more detailed drawings with accurate scale, floor plans, and the materials to be used. When you have approved the design development document, the architect ...

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