Issue No. 01 - Jan. (1974 vol. 7)
Simon Wieczner , Computervision Corporation
In the days when one man could design a device, build it, and sell it, his own memory was all that was needed to provide instructions and specifications for manufacture. However, as organizations grow, a hierarchy develops from engineer to draftsman to production worker. The draftsman transforms the engineer's rough ideas and sketches into a standardized design document that can be understood by people who have never talked to the engineer and cannot concern themselves with the origin of their product.
S. Wieczner, "Interactive graphics in design automation," in Computer, vol. 7, no. , pp. 29-33, 1974.