The “Condensed Design Project” aims to discuss and reflect on how the levels of auxiliary intelligence associated with dynamic collaborative systems of data visualization can help research, organize, manage, analyze and compare dense data amounts of historical facts and events. The main objective is to understand how systems endowed with “auxiliary intelligence” help to assimilate and emulate methods and knowledge of different researchers, and at the same time are able to promote cooperation and research, as well as the study and teaching of design history. And finally, it describes the experience of the use of “specialist system” and “reasoning system based on cases” concepts.