In response to the call for papers, we received over three times more proposals than could be presented at the conference. There were therefore many proposals that were otherwise acceptable but had to be turned down, and consequently a number of disappointed authors.
Research Papers
2002
Thursday, September 5th

a (x 4): Combining ethnography, scenario-building, and design to explore user experience

P. Rothstein, Arizona State University, USA

A comparative programme for design research

M. Stacey, Computer and Information Sciences, De Montfort University, UK
C. Eckert, Engineering Design Centre, University of Cambridge, UK
C. Earl, Design and Innovation, The Open University, UK
L. Bucciarelli, School of Engineering, MIT, USA
P. J. Clarkson, Engineering Design Centre, University of Cambridge, UK

A comparative study of iconic influences amongst British and Canadian design students

P. A. Rodgers, Napier University, UK
M. Strickfaden, Napier University, UK

A control based approach to artificial design and plan generation

K. Alexiou, Bartlett School of Graduate Studies, University of London, UK
T. Zamenopoulos, Bartlett School of Graduate Studies, University of London, UK

A critical analysis of John Gero’s function-behaviourstructure model of designing

P. E. Vermaas, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands

A field study methodology using self-photography of workplace activities

E. Tamaru, Human Interface Design Development, Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd., Japan
K. Hasuike, Human Interface Design Development, Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd., Japan
M. Tozaki, Human Interface Design Development, Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd., Japan

A geometric aid during the first stages of product collaborative design

D. Pallez, PRISMa Laboratory, University of Lyon, France
P. Ghodous, PRISMa Laboratory, University of Lyon, France
M. Martinez, PRISMa Laboratory, University of Lyon, France

A method for designing and analyzing interaction design at earlier phases of the design process - use of the scenario, performance, and description format

K. Hasuike, Human Interface Design Development, Fuji Xerox Co. Ltd, Japan
T. Matsuo, Human Interface Design Development, Fuji Xerox Co. Ltd, Japan
K. Takeuchi, Human Interface Design Development, Fuji Xerox Co. Ltd, Japan
M. Tozaki, Human Interface Design Development, Fuji Xerox Co. Ltd, Japan

A product design process model that can redefine business strategies

D-B. Luh, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan

A research into the thinking modes in creative design process

Y. Nagai, Tsukuba College of Technology, Japan
H. Noguchi, Chiba University, Japan

A study in making a software development process visual

S. Kim, University of Ulsan, Korea

A very strange thing: commodity discourse in cultural theory and design

P. Boradkar, Arizona State University, Arizona, USA

A ‘social model’ of design: issues of practice and research

V. Margolin, University of Illinois, Chicago, USA
S. Margolin, Governors State University, USA

An Indian who doesn’t know how to grow the maize

S. Boess, Advanced Research Institute, Staffordshire University, UK
D. Durling, Advanced Research Institute, Staffordshire University, UK
C. Lebbon, Royal College of Art, UK
C. Maggs, University College Worchester and University of Birmingham, UK

An innovative approach to the aesthetic design

F. Giannini, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Genova, Italy
M. Monti, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Genova, Italy

An interpretive framework for research on the history of materials

D. P. Doordan, University of Notre Dame, USA, & Design Issues

Are ‘the reflective practitioner’ and ‘learning cycles’ suitable foundations for theories about designing and design cognition

T. Love, Edith Cowan University, Perth, Australia

Automobile instrument panels for the real world

D. Formosa, Daniel Formosa Design Inc., New Jersey, USA

Barrier free bus stop design for Taipei senior citizens and weaker passengers

R. Chen, Faculty of Art & Design, De Montfort University, Leicester, UK
Z. Teng, Faculty of Art & Design, De Montfort University, Leicester, UK
K. Lee, Faculty of Art & Design, De Montfort University, Leicester, UK

Building better relationships between design research, design research education, government, industry and the design professions

T. Love, Edith Cowan University, Perth, Australia

Building on virtual common ground: design participation for the network age

S. Little, Open University Business School, Milton Keynes, UK
A. Ando, School of Communication, Tokyo Keizai University, Japan

Common ground - a product or a process?

W. Jonas, Hochschule für Künste Bremen, Germany

Comparison between communication instruments for people with speech impediments and the efficiency of GUI environments

J-S. Jang, Kookmin University, Seoul, South Korea

Contract research in design

A. Crabbe, Leader, Design Contract Research Unit, Nottingham Trent University, UK

Deciphering myths in design: towards restoring the materiality of the object through the technique of re-sketching

A. Kurtgözü, Department of Industrial Design, Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey

Design behaviours: the innovation advantagethe multi-faceted role of design in innovation

R. Cooper, The School of Design Research, The University of Salford, Manchester, UK
A. Wootton, The School of Design Research, The University of Salford, Manchester, UK
D. Hands, The School of Design Research, The University of Salford, Manchester, UK
M. Economidou, The School of Design Research, The University of Salford, Manchester, UK
M. Bruce, Department of Textiles, UMIST, Manchester, UK
L. Daly, Department of Textiles, UMIST, Manchester, UK
R. Harun, Department of Textiles, UMIST, Manchester, UK

Design for the urban poor in Egypt: satisfying user needs or achieving the aspirations of professionals? The case of the Mubarak National Housing Project for Youth

K.G. Ahmed, Welsh School of Architecture, University of Wales; Cardiff, UK
M. Parry, Welsh School of Architecture, University of Wales; Cardiff, UK

Design judgment: decision making in the ‘real’ world

H. Nelson, Advanced Design Institute, Seattle, USA
E. Stolterman, Informatics, Umeå University, Sweden

Design rationale and information management in the construction domain: the outcome of the ADS project and suggestions for future research

C. Cerulli, School of Architecture, University of Sheffield, UK
C. Peng, School of Architecture, University of Sheffield, UK
B. Lawson, School of Architecture, University of Sheffield, UK

Design, risk and new product development

S. Horne-Martin, Birmingham Institute of Art & Design, University of Central England, UK
B. Jerrard, Birmingham Institute of Art & Design, University of Central England, UK
R. Newport, Birmingham Institute of Art & Design, University of Central England, UK
K. Burns, Birmingham Institute of Art & Design, University of Central England, UK

Design, words and history

A. Tomes, Sheffield Hallam University, UK
P. Armstrong, Keele University, UK

Designing conceptual mapping in cyberspace

R. Oxman, Faculty of Architecture and Town and Planning, Technion, Haifa, Israel

Designing information appliances: the evaluation of a design process framework based on a designer-friendly prototyping environment

T-J. Nam, Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology, South Korea

Designing philosophy

D. Sless, Coventry University, UK and Communication Research Institute of Australia, Australia

Designing supply chain innovation

M. Wilkinson, University College Northampton, UK
R. Sale, University of East London, UK

Designing within a computer-mediated-communications environment: a current investigation.

J. Fraser, Richmond American International University, London, UK

Desperately seeking common ground: the emergence of design management in Greece

A. Yagou, University of Thessaly & AKTO Art & Design, Greece
V. Tsironi, AKTO Art & Design, Greece

Determining the effectiveness of shape manipulations by observing designers at work

T. Wiegers, Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands
R. Dumitrescu, Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands
J.S.M. Vergeest, Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands

Developing a method to support human centered designers in forming arguments: intertwining practice and theory

M. Alrutz, Institute of Design, Illinois Institute of Technology, USA
B. Singer, Institute of Design, Illinois Institute of Technology, USA
T. Wahlig, Institute of Design, Illinois Institute of Technology, USA

Developing design research: the study of research as a tool for research

S. Pizzocaro, Politecnico di Milano, Milan, Italy

Dialogue in participatory design

R. Luck, School of Construction Management, University of Reading, UK

Distributed design teams: embedded one-on-one conversations in one-to-many

A. Larsson, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden
P. Törlind, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden
A. Mabogunje, Stanford University, USA
A. Milne, Stanford University, USA

Do we see within-subject change? Four cases of engineering student design processes

J. Turns, University of Washington, Seattle, USA
C. J. C. J., University of Washington, Seattle, USA
M. Cardella, University of Washington, Seattle, USA
R. Adams, University of Washington, Seattle, USA

Early car history – investigation of the establishment of a ‘design paradigm’

C. Dowlen, South Bank University, London, UK

Examining the transformation of the visual characteristics of the Nubian ethnic motif using computer aided design

N. S. Baba, The Nottingham Trent University, UK

Extending the design problem-solving process model: requirements and outcomes

S. A. R. Scrivener, The VIDe Research Centre, Coventry University, UK
K.-C. Liang, Product Design Department, Ming-Chuan University, Taiwan
L. J. Ball, Psychology Department, Lancaster University, UK

Folding, blending and implicate order: reconceptualisation in design education

A. Howe, University of Exeter, UK
P. Dillon, University of Exeter, UK

General strategic knowledge models and their interaction with domain-specific knowledge in design

V. Popovic, School of Design and Built Environment, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia

Generations in design methodology

J. Broadbent, University of Technology Sydney, Australia

Human factors considerations in human-webpad interaction – a discussion on color application

C-H. Chen, Graduate School of Design, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
Y-T. Chen, Graduate School of Design, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
B-C. Chiou, Graduate School of Design, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan

Images of forces

G. Sandberg, Lund University, Lund, Sweden
K-G. Olsson, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden
M. Lund, Architect, Hillerød, Denmark
J. Lindeman, Lund University, Lund, Sweden

Information and cognitive process: a communication theory for design

P. K. Storkerson, Institute of Design, Illinois Institute of Technology, USA

Integrating the world’s most effective creative design strategies

D. Mann, Faculty of Engineering and Design, University of Bath, UK

Intentionality and design

C. Burnette, The University of the Arts, Philadelphia, USA

Inter-linkages in the design process: a holistic view towards design knowledge and sketches

H-H. Tang, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
J. S. Gero, The University of Sydney, Australia

Intervention strategies for alleviating problems in international co-operative design projects

L-C. Lee, National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan
A. Woodcock, Coventry University, UK
S.A.R. Scrivener, Coventry University, UK

Intuitive use of products

A. Blackler, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia
V. Popovic, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia
D. Mahar, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia

Is there a specific type of knowledge associated with design?

A. T. Purcell, Sydney University, Australia
K. S. Sodersten, Sydney University, Australia

Managing architectural analyses in a collaborative context

B. Tuncer, Delft University of Technology, Delft, Netherlands
R. Stouffs, Delft University of Technology, Delft, Netherlands
S. Sariyildiz, Delft University of Technology, Delft, Netherlands

MAPLE/D: a systematic method for the architect of the future

M. Fendl, Dresden University of Technology, Germany

Modelling the role of the design context in the design process. A Domain-independent approach

I. M. M. J. Reymen, Stan Ackermans Institute, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, Netherlands
P. Kroes, Department of Philosophy, Technische Universiteit Delft, Netherlands
T. Basten, Department of Electrical Engineering, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, Netherlands

On semantic transformation Product design elements as brand manifestations

T-M. Karjalainen, University of Art & Design, Helsinki, Finland

‘One-on-One’: a pedagogic base for design instruction in the studio

G. Goldschmidt, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, Israel

Ontological depth of the designed object from instrumental reason to reflective judgement

J. Verwijnen, UHIAH, Helsinki, Finland

Product charisma

J. Gotzsch, Groupe Ecole Supérieure de Commerce de Grenoble, France

Putting it all together: bringing interdisciplinary research to the practice of designing interactive learning tools

B. Sadler Takach, Department of Art and Design, University of Alberta, Canada
J. Daniels, Department of Psychology, University of Alberta, Canada
C. Varnhagen, Department of Psychology, University of Alberta, Canada

Remote usability testing for information appliances through WWW - with the emphasis on the development of tools

K-P. Lee, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Korea

SIRN (Synergetic Inter-Representation Networks): an approach to design

J. Portugali, Tel Aviv University, Israel
H. Casakin, Tel Aviv University, Israel

Teaching the writing and role of specifications via a structured teardown process

T. Abe, Akita Keizai-Houka University, Akita, Japan
P. Starr, University of Minnesota, USA

Telling tales: understanding the role of narrative in the design of taxonomic software

S. Turner, School of Computing, Napier University, Edinburgh, UK
P. Turner, School of Computing, Napier University, Edinburgh, UK
C. Raguenaud, School of Computing, Napier University, Edinburgh, UK
J. Kennedy, School of Computing, Napier University, Edinburgh, UK

The aesthetic of precision in virtual design What are the implications of precision in the use of computers in the modelling of architecture and interior design?

T. Loveday, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia

The design of product/service systems from a designer’s perspective

N. Morelli, Centre for Design, RMIT University, Australia

The designer as strategist: response from MA alumni

N. Gornick, Brunel University, UK

The importance of explaining industrial design diversity

L. Justice, Georgia Institute of Technology , USA

The rhetoric of research

M.A.R. Biggs, University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, UK

The role of interface mock ups in establishing common ground in a distributed development team

A. Woodcock, VIDe Research Centre, Coventry School of Art and Design, Coventry University, UK
S.A.R. Scrivener, VIDe Research Centre, Coventry School of Art and Design, Coventry University, UK
S. Clark, VIDe Research Centre, Coventry School of Art and Design, Coventry University, UK
X-H. Sun, VIDe Research Centre, Coventry School of Art and Design, Coventry University, UK

The study of design and the ethically reflexive student

C. Crouch, Edith Cowan University, Australia

The study of shape elements in conveying pleasurable image

T. Y. Wu, The Department of Industrial Design, Chang Gung University, Taiwan
B. I, The Department of Industrial and Commercial Design, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan

The study of the UK SMEs employing external organisations to support innovative products

C. Bussracumpakorn, Design Department, Goldsmiths College, UK

The use of the Internet by architectural practices in the UK

M. Fedeski, Welsh School of Architecture, University of Wales, Cardiff, UK
B. Sidawi, Welsh School of Architecture, University of Wales, Cardiff, UK

Theory construction in design research. Criteria, approaches, and methods.

K. Friedman, Norwegian School of Management, Oslo, Norway

Three dimensional models: a study of a virtual aquarium simulation in 3D WWW environments

N. Wakabayashi, Tokyo University of Technology, Japan
T. Watanabe, Tokyo University of Technology, Japan
R. Takahashi, Tokyo University of Technology, Japan
Y. Harada, Tama Art University, Japan

Three orientations of weaving design

P. Seitamaa-Hakkarainen, Savonlinna Department of Education, University of Joensuu, Finland
K. Hakkarainen, Deparment of Psychology, University of Helsinki, Finland

Understanding characteristics and typology of proportion in product design

J-R. Lee, Chosun University, South Korea
J-P. Hong, Chonbuk National University, South Korea
J-A Kim, Chonbuk National University, South Korea

Understanding design iteration: representations from an empirical study

R. S. Adams, Center for Engineering Learning and Teaching, University of Washington, USA

Understanding designing and design management through constituent market orientation and constituent orientation

B. Tellefsen, Norwegian School of Management, Norway
T. Love, Edith Cowan University, Perth, Australia

Understanding the user-experience: tools for user-centred design of interactive media

J. Knight, User-Lab, Birmingham Institute of Art & Design, University of Central England, UK
M. Jefsioutine, Birmingham Institute of Art & Design, University of Central England, UK

Urban and regional design: a practical science

I. T. Klaasen, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands

Using visual communication resource shifts to inform CMC design

C.-D. Chen, Chang-Gung University, Taiwan
S. A. R. Scrivener, VIDe Research Centre, Coventry University, UK
A. Woodcock, VIDe Research Centre, Coventry University, UK

Verbal language and sketching

T. Y. Pan, School of Art and Design, Coventry University , UK
R. M. Newman, School of Mathematical and Information Sciences, Coventry University, UK
S. Porter, School of Art and Design, Coventry University , UK
M. Tovey, School of Art and Design, Coventry University, UK

Well-defined versus ill-defined design problem solving: the use of visual analogy

H. Casakin, The College of Judea and Samaria & Tel Aviv University, Israel