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Assessment of Novelty for Intellectual Property with Implications for Design Education: A Case Study

Findings to date have shown that design students are not able to fully understand assessment criteria and attribution because they have not been taught how to value novelty.

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Published Online: September 1, 2016

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Understanding the Capacity of Emotion in Decision-making for Designers in Design Process Management

This study provides insights on how designers could manage their own design processes and confirms the importance of emotion in the design process.

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Published Online: August 18, 2016

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Dealing with Uncertainties in Sustainable Consumer Product Designs

This paper identifies four types of "product uncertainties" and eight types of "consumer uncertainties" related to launching sustainable consumer products.

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Published Online: August 18, 2016

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Of Analysis and Analogy: A Critical Investigation of Design Pedagogy in Pakistan

Design pedagogy is based on visual information. Exploring the role of vernacular, regional, and global, this paper investigates design pedagogy in Pakistan as a holistic experience.

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Published Online: August 18, 2016

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Design in Reading: The Possibility of Mediation between the Young Reader and Literary Reading

This article analyses books chosen by Brazilian public policies identifying design as a mediator and a possible ally in the approximation process between the juvenile audience and literature books.

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Published Online: August 5, 2016

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The Vernacular Typography of Street Vendors: Migrant Cultural Identity in Surabaya

This research explores street vendor stalls in Surabaya as visual culture created by the collaboration between migrant street vendors and artists.

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Published Online: August 5, 2016

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Research-driven Design: The Case of Repurposing Glass

This paper uses the case of repurposing glass as a way to introduce the process and outcomes of a research-driven design approach, as well as discusses its advantages and limitations.

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Published Online: August 5, 2016

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The Immaterial and Atmospheric in Architectural Representation

This analysis of architectural representations depicts ambient and lighting qualities taking into account the physical and physiological phenomena of buildings.

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Published Online: August 4, 2016

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Furniture Influenced by Ethnicity and Historical Period in Oklahoma’s Native American Territory

This study investigates the furniture history of Oklahoma’s early settlers, as experienced and described by actual residents of the nineteenth-century Indian Territory.

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Published Online: August 4, 2016

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Meaning, Concept, and Design Thinking: The Implication of Symbolic Interactionism for Design Education

This study, based on Blumer’s symbolic interaction framework, explores the process in which entry-level interior design students learn about design concept in relation to the meanings they ascribe to objects.

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Published Online: August 4, 2016

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