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Ecocentric Design: We Are Deeply Connected

Design as collective intelligence refers to how design conveys implicit understandings of culture through its unique mode of wordless communication.

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"Do You Know What I Mean?": Art and Design Students’ Perspectives on Studio-based Pedagogy

This project investigates the interpretation of questionnaire terminology used in a UK student questionnaire through interviews with art and design graduating students who report varying satisfaction levels in certain areas.

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Participatory Slum Upgrading and Community-based Development: Practices and Challenges

This study investigates upgrading processes in the Baan Mankong project in Bangkok. The study reveals that the upgrading processes are contextual and dynamic, depending upon macro- and micro-level factors.

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Bridging the Gap between Sustainable Design Education and Application

This study provides an entry into the research gap between learning and application of sustainability principles. Research findings demonstrate that education is the catalyst to adapt pro-environmental behavior in people.

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An Investigation of the Methods Used by Designers to Engage with Users that Have Specific, Critical, Additional Needs

Initial research investigating the need to develop best practice guidelines on how to work with users with specific, critical, additional needs is presented

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The International Journal of Design Management and Professional Practice , Volume 8, Issue 3-4, January 2015

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The Co-constructing Stories Method: Feedback of Designers on Use of the Method in Real Design Cases

We introduce a method to elicit user feedback about the usefulness of early design concepts, and report how designers evaluate the value of the method for their practice.

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Participatory Design through Photography

This paper aims to present a project of social inclusion through the learning and artistic expression of photography.

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Shopping for Lenses: The Implications and Potential of “Sex,” “Gender,” and “Feminist” Approaches on Design Principles and Practices

This study examines the potential and implications of exploring design epistemologies and methodologies from a feminine and feminist lens respectively.

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