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Design Research for Change 2019
(University of Lancaster, 2019-09-19)
Contribution to publication and exhibition “Design Research for Change 2019” This was an AHRC funded project curated by Professor Paul A. Rodgers, Lancaster University. The contribution was a custom 3D printed ...
Dimensional change of wool fabrics in the process of a tumble-drying cycle
Currently domestic tumble dryers are popularly used for drying garments; however, excessive drying and the inappropriate way of tumble agitation could waste energy and cause damage to or the dimensional change of garments. ...
Embedding sustainability in design education: the case of design project on systemic changes for sustainable businesses based on upcycling
(Leeds Arts University, 2019-11-26)
Sustainable design education has become a prevalent practice in design education. Ramirez’s (2007) worldwide survey shows that the majority of the programmes have either compulsory or optional modules on sustainable design. ...
THE ANDROID HEART
When technological development surpasses its original intention, making the original definition redundant, the need to adapt, or transcend, definition is an imperative. For example, “hologram” is defined in many dictionaries ...
An Intimate Approach to the Management and Integration of Design Knowledge for Small Firms
In August 2012, I 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. Via ...