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Making the Tacit Explicit: Developing Tools to Support Collaboration During Industrial Design and Engineering Design Practice
(International Conference 2013 of the Design Research Society Special Interest Group on Experiential Knowledge, EKSIG 2013: Knowing Inside Out - Experiential Knowledge, Expertise and Connoisseurship, Loughborough University, UK. 4-5 July 2013, 2013)
Industrial designers employ an extensive range of media and techniques at various times during professional practice. Whilst general patterns of use are acknowledged, such as loose sketches at the beginning of product ...
DMU News: A way of touching sound
(De Montfort University, 2013-06-03)
An intriguing way of converting music and sound into something you can see and touch has been developed by researchers at De Montfort University (DMU). They have created a sound sphere – and their physical model of what a ...
Digital Reconstruction of a Samian Ware
(AHRC Symposium and Showcase Networking Event, 2013-12-16)
I was commissioned by the Leicester Arts and Museums Service to digitise decorated Samian Ware pieces (terra sigillata, fine red ancient roman pottery) dating from between 50BC to 3rd century AD and to reproduce these as ...
A Way of Touching Sound
(British Deaf News, 2013-07)
A new way of converting music and sound into something Deaf people can see and touch has been developed by researchers at De Montfort University. They have created a sound sphere – and their physical model of what a piece ...
The Shopping Experience of Older Supermarket Consumers
(Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2013)
The purpose of this research is to investigate the difficulties and challenges faced by the older supermarket consumers in order to form insights into potential ways of applying IT support and design solutions within the ...
Design Futures: The use of Additive Manufacture in Product Design Education
(Crain Communications, 2013)
Sustainable Innovation: Footwear Material Choices and Design for People Suffering with Diabetes
(Materials Science and Technology Society of Nigeria, 2013)
Recent research has shown that foot complications are common in people with diabetes, with this being more prominent in less developed countries (Forlee, 2010; Rayman 2004). As a result, there has been an increase in ...