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An Intimate Approach to the Management and Integration of Design Knowledge for Small Firms
(Design Management Institute, 2016-07-29)
In August 2012 the author presented a paper entitled ‘’The Fuzzy Front End of Product Design Projects: How Universities Can Manage Knowledge Transfer and Creation’’ at the International Design Management Research Conference ...
Audio Tactile Maps (ATM) System for the Exploration of Digital Heritage Buildings by Visually-impaired Individuals - First Prototype and Preliminary Evaluation
(European Acoustics Association, 2014-09-07)
Navigation within historic spaces requires analysis of a variety of acoustic, proprioceptive and tactile cues; a task that is well-developed in many visually-impaired individuals but for which sighted individuals rely ...
The Dance of the Future: Wassily Kandinsky’s Vision, 1908–1928
One can best glean painter Wassily Kandinsky’s contribution to ideas about dance by looking at the totality of his writings. Kandinsky conceptualized dance as part of his theories for a new abstract art in his major book ...
Melanchotopia was a site-specific exhibition curtaed by Nicolaus Schafhausen and Anne-Claire Schmitz from Witte de With that invited more than forty international artists to work with a range of different venues within ...
(Bertalanffy Center for the Study of Systems Science, 2015-11-10)
This paper claims that the use of the computer as generative methodological tool for designing urban and building scenarios (when perceived systematically) is a misnomer, because the typical approach does not account for ...
'Canyon and Cave' digital print in the Fold exhibition
(IMPACT 9, 2015)
'Fold' was a portfolio of prints curated by Wuon-Gean Ho for IMPACT 9, international printmaking conference. The portfolio responded to questions of the relevance and meaning of print in the digital age. The aspects of ...
Are Academics Relevant in the Digital Age?
(Exit Velocity: Supercharge your academic career, University of West London, 2016-06-24)
Digital technology is now more accessible than ever and has become an integral part of our daily lives. As a result, a new type of student has emerged; the digital native who is technologically savvy and digitally literate. ...
The Craze for Design Thinking: Roots, A Critique, and toward an Alternative
(Common Ground Publishing., 2011)
Favouring orientation to and the participation of design users in the design process, Design Thinking (DT) has a long lineage. With the Cold War’s end the Internet’s rise and Stanford University turn to teaching DT (2005), ...
Ewan MacColl, “the brilliant young Scots dramatist”: Regional myth-making and Theatre Workshop
(International Journal of Scottish Theatre and Screen, 2011)