Research Papers
Friday, June 17th

20th Century Boys: Pioneering British Design Thinkers

Emma Murphy, Glasgow School of Art
Martyn Evans, Manchester Metropolitan University

60 years of creativity in business organizations

Ricardo Sosa, Auckland University of Technology
Pete Rive, Auckland University of Technology
Andy M. Connor, Auckland University of Technology

A case based discussion on the role of Design Competences in Social Innovation

Tamami Komatsu, Politecnico di Milano
Manuela Celi, Politecnico di Milano
Francesca Rizzo, Alma Mater Studiorum Università di Bologna
Alessandro Deserti, Politecnico di Milano

A comparison between colour preference and colour harmony – taking athletic shoe design as an example

Li -Chen Ou, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology

A Creative Ontological Analysis of Collective Imagery during Co - Design for Service Innovation

Priscilla Cheung-Nainby, University of Edinburgh
John Lee, University of Edinburgh
BingXin Zi, University of Edinburgh
Astury Gardin, University of Edinburgh

A Design Approach for Risk Communication, the Case of Type 2 Diabetes

Farzaneh Eftekhari, North Carolina State University
Tsai Lu Liu, North Carolina State University

A Design Primer for the Domestication of Health Technologies

Paul Chamberlain, Sheffield Hallam University
Claire Craig, Sheffield Hallam University

A Multilevel Approach to Research ‘Obscure’ Innovation Processes and Practices

Emmanouil Chatzakis, Teesside University
Neil Smith, Northumbria University
Erik Bohemia, Loughborough University

A Physical Modeling Tool to Support Collaborative Interpretation of Conversations

Piotr Michura, Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow
Stan Ruecker, Illinois Institute of Technology
Celso Scaletsky, Escola da Indústria Criativa, Brazil
Guilherme Meyer, Escola da Indústria Criativa, Brazil
Chiara Del Gaudio, Escola da Indústria Criativa, Brazil
Gerry Derksen, Winthrop University
Elizabeth Jernegan, Illinois Institute of Technology
Juan de la Rosa, Illinois Institute of Technology
Xinyue Zhou, Illinois Institute of Technology
Priscila Ferronato, Escola da Indústria Criativa, Brazil

A sociotechnical framework for the design of collaborative services: diagnosis and conceptualisation

Joon Sang Baek, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology
Sojung Kim, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology
Yoonee Pahk, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology

A Toaster For Life: Using Design Fiction To Facilitate Discussion On The Creation Of A Sustainable Internet of Things

Michael Stead, Lancaster University

A user centred approach to developing an actionable visualisation for ‘balance health’

Shruti Grover, Helen Hamlyn Center for Design
Simon Johnson, British Red Cross
Ross Atkin, Helen Hamlyn Center for Design
Chris Mcginley, Helen Hamlyn Center for Design

Activating the core economy by design

Rebeca Torres Castanedo, Kingston University London
Paul Micklethwaite, Kingston University London

Ad Hoc Pairings: Semantic Relationships and Mobile Devices

Jason O. Germany, University of Washington, USA

Aesthetics, Cosmopolitics and Design Futures in Computational Fashion

Laura Forlano, Illinois Institute of Technology

An alternative approach to influencing behaviour: Adapting Darnton's Nine Principles framework for scaling up individual upcycling

Kyungeun Sung, Nottingham Trent University
Tim Cooper, Nottingham Trent University
Sarah Kettley, Nottingham Trent University

An approach to future-oriented technology design - with a reflection on the role of the artefact

Tiina Kymäläinen, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd

An exploration of Service Design Jam and its ability to foster Social Enterprise

Ksenija Kuzmina, Loughborough University
Chris Parker, The University of Manchester
Gyuchan Thomas Jun, Loughborough University
Martin Maguire, Loughborough University
Val Mitchell, Loughborough University
Mariale Moreno, Cranfield University
Samantha Porter, Loughborough University

Appreciative Co-design: From Problem Solving to Strength-Based Re-authoring in Social Design

Tasman Munro, University of Technology

Assessment of the Co-creative Design Process

Pratik Vyas, Nothumbria University
Rober Young, Nothumbria University
Petia Sice, Nothumbria University
Nicholas Spencer, Nothumbria University

Beautiful Nerds: Growing a rigorous design research dialogue in the Irish context

Adam de Eyto, University of Limerick
Carmel Maher, Institute of Technology Carlow
Mark Hadfield, Bournemouth University
Maggie Hutchings, Bournemouth University

Becoming a More User-Centred Organization: A Design Tool to Support Transformation

Lennart Kaland, Delft University of Technology
Christine de Lille, Delft University of Technology

Blending Hard and Soft Design via Thematic Analysi

Vasilije Kokotovich, University of Technology Sydney
Kees Dorst, University of Technology Sydney

Bonding through Designing; how a participatory approach to videography can catalyse an emotive and reflective dialogue with young people

Marianne McAra, Glasgow School of Art

Bridging service design with integrated co-design decision maker interventions

Sune Gudiksen, Aalborg University
Anders Christensen, Aalborg University
Pernille Henriksen, Aalborg University

Capturing architects’ designerly ways of knowing about users: Exploring an ethnographic research approach

Valerie Van der Linden, KU Leuven
Hua Dong, Tongji University
Ann Heylighen, KU Leuven

Capturing the “How”: Showing the value of codesign through creative evaluation

Arthi Kanchana Manohar, Glasgow School of Art
Madeline Smith, Glasgow School of Art
Mirian Calvo, Glasgow School of Art

Card Games Creation as a Learning Method

Birgit S. Bauer, HTW University of Applied Sciences

Challenges in co - designing a building

Min Hi Chun, University of Reading

Closing the circle

Douglas Tomkin, UTS Australia

Co-creating narrative: an approach to the design of interactive medical devices, informed by phenomenology

Rowan Page, Monash University
Mark Richardson, Monash University

Code, Decode, Recode: Constructing, deconstructing and reconstructing knowledge through making

Anna Piper, Nottingham Trent University

Collaborative Imaging. The communicative practice of hand sketching in experimental physics

Judith Marlen Dobler, Universit of Postdam, Germany

Commons & community economies: entry points to design for eco-social justice?

Fabio Franz, Sheffield School of Architecture
Bianca Elzenbaumer, Leeds College of Art

Communication is not collaboration: observations from a case study in collaborative learning

Iestyn Jowers, The Open University
Mark GAved, The Open University
Gary Elliott-Cirigottis, The Open University
Delphine Dallison, MAKLab, Glasgow
Alan Rochead, MAKLab, Glasgow
Mark Craig, MAKLab, Glasgow

Consumer Product Design and Innovation: Past, present and future

Robin Roy, The Open University

Contrasting similarities and differences between academia and industry: evaluating processes used for product development

Nathan Kotlarewski, Swinburne University of Technology
Christine Thong, Swinburne University of Technology
Blair Kuys, Swinburne University of Technology
Evan Danahay, Timberwood Panels Pty Ltd

Coordinating product design with production and consumption processes

Anders Haug, University of Southern Denmark

Could LEGO® Serious Play® be a useful technique for product co - design?

Julia Anne Garde, University of Twente
Mascha Cecile van der Voort, University of Twente

Crafted with Care: Reflections from co - designing wearable technologies with care home residents

Christopher Sze Chong Lim, University of Dundee
Sara Nevay, University of Dundee

Creating Novel Encounters with Nature: Approaches and Design Explorations

Thomas J. L. Van Rompay, University of Twente
Geke D. S. Ludden, University of Twente

Critically Exploring the Development of a Conceptual Framework for Building Innovative Brands

Xinya You, Lancaster University, UK
David Hands, Lancaster University, UK

Data Visualisation Does Political Things

Joanna Boehnert, University of Westminster

Design and Interdisciplinarity: the improbable introduction of “fundamental physics” in a design school

Annie Gentes, codesign lab, Telecom Paristech
Anne-Lyse Renon, ENSCI-Les Ateliers
Julien Bobroff, Université Paris-Saclay

Design and the Creation of Representational Artefacts for Interactive Social Problem Solving

Richard Cooney, Monash University
Nifeli Stewart, RMIT University
Tania Ivanka, RMIT University
Neal Haslem, RMIT University

Design as analysis: examining the use of precedents in parliamentary debate.

Darren Umney, Open University
Christopher Earl, Open University
Peter Lloyd, University of Brighton

Design as Anticipation and Innovation: Co - creating a future by l earning from the future as it emerges

Markus Peschl, University of Vienna
Thomas Fundneider

Design as Driver for Understanding Sustainability and Creating Value in the Fur Industry

Irene Alma Lønne, The Royal Academy of Fine Arts
Else Skjold, Design School Kolding

Design as translation activity: a semiotic overview

Salvatore Zingale, Politecnico di Milano, Italy

Design Awareness: Developing Design Capacity in Chinese Manufacturing Industry

Sylvia Liu

Design Culture and Contemporary Education

Therese Uri, Creighton

Design Expanding into Strategy: Evidence from Design Consulting Firm

Suzan Boztepe, IT University of Copenhagen

Design Fiction: Does the search for plausibility lead to deception?

Paul Coulton, Lancaster University
Joseph Lindley, Lancaster University
Haider Ali Akmal, Lancaster University

Design for Ageing-in-place: Evidence from Australia

Naseem Ahmadpour, Swinburne University of Technology
Alen Keirnan, Swinburne University of Technology

Design for Resourceful Ageing: Intervening in the Ethics of Gerontechnology

Elisa Giaccardia, Delft University of Technology
Lenneke Kuijerb, Eindhoven University of Technology
Louis Nevenc, Avans Hogeschool Breda

Design for Sustainability: An Evolutionary Review

Fabrizio Ceschin, Brunel University London
Idil Gaziulusoy, University of Melbourne

Design in the Time of Policy Problems

Lucy Kimbell, University of the Arts London

Design methods for meaning discovery: a patient- oriented health research case study

David Craib, Carleton University
Lorenzo Imbesi, Sapienza University, Rome, Italy

Design of resilient consumer products

Anders Haug, University of Southern Denmark

Design practice and design research: finally together?

Kees Dorst, University of Technology Sydney and Eindhoven University of Technology

Design Research and Design Participation

Robert Aish, University College London

Design Research for Sustainability: Historic Origin and Development

Astrid Skjerven, Oslo and Akershus University College

Design Research in Interior Design Education: A Living Framework for Teaching the Undergraduate Capstone Studio in the 21st Century

Charles Boggs, Savannah College of Art and Design
Helena Moussatche, Savannah College of Art and Design
Catherine Pizzichemi, Savannah College of Art and Design
Meghan Woodcock, Savannah College of Art and Design

Design Research in the East – at Universities and the Board of Industrial Design of the GDR between the 1960s and 1990

Sylvia Wölfel, TU Berlin
Christian Wölfel, TU Dresden

Design Research is Alive and Kicking...

Paul A. Rodgers, Lancaster University
Joyce S.R. Yee, Northumbria University

Design Research, Storytelling, and Entrepreneur Women in Rural Costa Rica: a case study

Maria Gabriela Hernandez, University of Houston-Downtown

Design Research: What is it? What is it for?

Victor Margolin, University of Illinois, Chicago

Design Studio Desk and Shared Place Attachments: A Study on Ownership, Personalization, and Agency.

Peter Scupelli, Carnegie Mellon University
Bruce Hanington, Carnegie Mellon University

Design Thinking: A Rod For Design’s Own Back?

Aysar Ghassan, Coventry University

Design Togetherness, Pluralism and Convergence

Monica Lindh Karlsson, Umeå University
Johan Redström, Umeå University

Design Tools for Enhanced New Product Development in Low Income Economies

Timothy Whitehead, De Montfort University
Mark Evans, Loughborough University
Guy Bingham, Loughborough University

Design with benefits: hearth fire nights and bittersweet chores

Stella Boess, Delft University of Technology
Anna E. Pohlmeyer

Designed Engagement

Gemma Teal, Glasgow School of Art
Tara French, Glasgow School of Art

Designing Creative Destruction

Ashley Hall, Royal College of Art

Designing Debate: The Entanglement of Speculative Design and Upstream Engagement

Tobie Kerridge, Goldsmiths, University of London

Designing diagrams for social issues

Michele Mauri, Politecnico di Milano
Paolo Ciuccarelli, Politecnico di Milano

Designing for older people: But who is an older person?

Raghavendra Reddy Gudur, University of Canberra
Alethea Blackler, Queensland University of Technology
Vesna Popovic, Queensland University of Technology
Doug Mahar, Sunshine Coast University

Designing for sustainability: a dialogue-based approach to the design of food packaging experiences.

Zoi Stergiadou, University of the Aegean
Jenny Darzentas, University of the Aegean
Spyros Bofylatos, University of the Aegean

Designing from, with and by Data: Introducing the ablative framework

Chris Speed, University of Edinburgh
Jon Oberlander, University of Edinburgh

Designing Information Feedback within Hybrid Physical/Digital Interactions

David Gullick, Lancaster University
Paul Coulton, Lancaster University

Designing meaningful vehicle for older users: culture, technology, and experience

Chao Zhao, Tsinghua University
Vesna Popovic, Queensland University of Technology
Xiaobo Lu, Tsinghua University

Designing participation for commoning in temporary spaces: A case study in Aveiro, Portugal

Janaina Teles Barbosa, Aveiro University
Maria Hellström Reimer, Malmö University
João Almeida Mota, Aveiro University

Designing the unknown: supervising design students who manage mental health issues

Welby Ings, Auckland University of Technology

Designing Universities of the Future

Anna Valtonen, Aalto University

Designing with Empathy: Implications for Food Design

Hafdís Sunna Hermannsdóttir, FoodMrkt, Norway
Cecilie Dawes, Food Studio, Norway
Hanne Gideonsen, Food Studio, Norway
Eva De Moor, Food Studio, Norway

Designing “little worlds” in Walnut Park: How architects adopted an ethnographic case study on living with dementia

Valerie Van der Linden, KU Leuven
Iris Van Steenwinkel, KU Leuven
Hua Dong, Tongji University
Ann Heylighen, KU Leuven

Developing a theory-driven method to design for behaviour change: two case studies

Anita van Essen, Utrecht University of Applied Sciences
Sander Hermsen, Utrecht University of Applied Sciences
Reint Jan Renes, Wageningen University

Dexign Futures: A Pedagogy for Long - Horizon Design Scenarios

Peter Scupelli, Carnegie Mellon University
Arnold Wasserman, Collective Invention
Judy Brooks, Carnegie Mellon University

‘Difficult’ packaging for older Chinese adult

Xuezi Ma, Tongji University
Hua Dong, Tongji University

Digital Sketch Modelling: Integrating digital sketching as a transition between sketching and CAD in Industrial Design Education

Carlie Ranscombe, Swinburne University of Technology
Katherine Bissett-Johnson, Swinburne University of Technology

“Dis - course is Killer!” Educating the critically reflective designer

Veronik Kelly, University of South Australia

Disentangling complexity: a visualisation-led tool for healthcare associated infection training

Alastair S. Macdonald, The Glasgow School of Art
David Loudon, The Glasgow School of Art
Susan Wan, The Glasgow School of Art
Colin Macduff, Robert Gordon University

Doing qualitative studies, using statistical reasoning

Gorm Gabrielsen, Copenhagen Business School
Tore Kirstensen, Copenhagen Business School

Don’t Look Back: The Paradoxical Role of Recording in the Fashion Design Process

Helen McGlip, Open University
Claudia Eckert, Open University
Christopher F Earl, Open University

Double-loop reflective practice as an approach to understanding knowledge and experience.

John Gribbin, Northumbria University
Mersha Aftab, Northumbria University
Robert Young, Northumbria University
Sumin Park, Northumbria University

Elucidating perceptions of Australian and Chinese industrial design from the next generation of industrial designers

Blair Kuys, Swinburne University of Technology
Wenwen Zhang, Beijing Institute of Technology

Emotional Fit: Developing a new fashion design methodology for mature women

Katherine Townsend, Nottingham Trent University
Ania Sadkowska, Nottingham Trent University
Juliana Sissons, Nottingham Trent University

Evaluating Living and Learning on Campus: A Community Engaged Research Model

Rebekah Radtke, University of Kentucky

Expectations and prejudices usurp judgements of schematic map effectiveness

Maxwell J. Roberts, University of Essex, UK
C. N. Vaeng, University of Essex, UK

Experience Labs co-creating health and care innovations using design tools and artefacts

Tara French, Glasgow School of Art
Gemma Teal, Glasgow School of Art
Sneha Raman, Glasgow School of Art

Experience – A Central Concept in Design and its Roots in the History of Science

Johannes Uhlmann, Technische Universität Dresden
Christian Wölfel, Technische Universität Dresden
Jens Krzywinski, Technische Universität Dresden

Exploring and communicating user diversity for behavioural change

Aykut Coskun, MKoc University
Cigdem Erbug, Middle East Technical University

Exploring Design for Happiness in the HOme and Implications for Future Domestic Living

Emily Corrigan-Doyle, Loughborough University
Carolina Escobar-Tello, Loughborough University
Kathy Pui Ying Lo, Loughborough University

Exploring framing and meaning making over the design innovation process

Clementine Thurgood, University of Technology Sydney
Rohan Lulham, University of Technology Sydney

Exploring framing within a team of industrial design students

Mthra Zahedi, University of Montreal

Exposing charities to design-led approaches through design research

Laura Warwick, Northumbria University
Robert Djaelani, Northumbria University

Extending clothing lifetimes: an exploration of design and supply chain challenges.

Lynn Oxborrow, Nottingham Trent University
Stella Claxton, Nottingham Trent University

Extracting Design Aesthetic Heuristics from Scientific Literature

Ana Cadavid, EAFIT University, Colombia
Stefany Ruiz-Córdoba, EAFIT University, Colombia
Jorge Maya, EAFIT University, Colombia

Feel it! See it! Hear it! Probing Tangible Interaction and Data Representational Modality

Trevor Hogan, Bauhaus-Universität Weimar
Eva Hornecker, Bauhaus-Universität Weimar

Fiction as a resource in participatory design

Eva Knutz, University of Southern Denmark
Tau U. Lenskjold, University of Southern Denmark
Thomas Markussen, University of Southern Denmark

Form as an abstraction of mechanism

Lewis Urquhart, University of Strathclyde
Andrew Wodehouse, University of Strathclyde

Framing Complexity in Design through theories of Social Practice and Structuration: A comparative case study of urban cycling

Tobias Barnes Hofmeister, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Martina Keitsch, Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Framing Values in Design

Marta Gasparin, University of Leicester
William Green, University of Leicester

From Afterthought to Precondition: re-engaging Design Ethics from Technology, Sustainability, and Responsibility

Jeffrey Chan, National University of Singapore

From nano to macro: material inspiration within ubiquitous computing research

Isabel Paiva, New University of Lisbon

From Participation to Collaboration: Reflections on the co - creation of innovative business ideas

Cara Broadley, Glasgow School of Art
Katherine Champion, Glasgow School of Art
Michael Pierre Johnson, University of Abertay
Lynn-Sayers McHattie, Glasgow School of Art

From Rules in Use to Culture in Use – Commoning and Infrastructuring Practices in an Open Cultural Movement

Sanna Marttila, Aalto University

From Technology-Driven To Experience Driven Innovation: A Case From The Aviation Industry Using Vip

Wan-Jen Jenny Tsay, Delft University of Technology
Christine de Lille, Delft University of Technology

From the specificity of the project in design to social innovation by design: a contribution

Marie-Julie Catoir-Brisson, University of Nîmes
Stéphane Vial, University of Nîmes
Michela Deni, University of Nîmes
Thomas Watkin, University of Nîmes

Future Product Ecosystems: discovering the value of connections

Tim Williams, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Marianella Chamorro-Koc, Queensland University of Technology, Australia

Games as Speculative Design: Allowing Players to Consider Alternate Presents and Plausible Features

Paul Coulton, Lancaster University, UK
Dan Burnett, Lancaster University, UK
Adrian Gradinar, Lancaster University, UK

Give car-free life a try: Designing seeds for changed practices

Mia Hesselgren, Royal Institute of Technology
Hanna Hasselqvist, Royal Institute of Technology

Global Flows of Materials: Design Research an d Practice in Architecture

Janet McGaw, University of Melbourne

Graphicality: why is there not such a word?

Robert Harland, Loughborough University
David Craib, Carleton University

Happy moments: A well-being driven design of a Car2Go

Tessa Duste, Technical University of Delft
Pieter Desmet, Technical University of Delft
Elmer van Grondelle, Technical University of Delft

Harnessing the Digital Records of Everyday Things

Dimitrios Darzentas, University of Nottingham
Adrian Hazzard, University of Nottingham
Michael Brown, University of Nottingham
Martin Flintham, University of Nottingham
Steve Benford, University of Nottingham

Hidden public spaces: when a university campus becomes a place for communities

Davide Fassi, Politecnico di Milano
Laura Galluzzo, Politecnico di Milano
Liat Rogel, Politecnico di Milano

How Companies adopt different Design approaches

KwanMyung Kim, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology

How I learned to appreciate our tame social scientist: experiences in integrating design research and the behavioural sciences

Sander Hermsen, Utrecht University of Applied Sciences
Remko van der Lugt, Utrecht University of Applied Sciences
Sander Mulder, Eindhoven University of Technology
Reint Jan Renes, Wageningen University

I know this one, but the answer is complex...

Simon Downs, Loughborough University

In the moment: designing for late stage dementia

Cathy Treadaway, Cardiff Metropolitan University
David Prytherch, Birmingham City University
Gail Kenning, University of Technology
Jac Fennell, Cardiff Metropolitan University

Informing the design of mobile device-based patient instructions leaflets: the case of Fentanyl patches

Myrto Koumoundourou, University of the Aegean
Panayiotis Koutsabasis, University of the Aegean
Jenny S. Darzentas, University of the Aegean

Integrating Nanotechnology in the Design Process: An Ethnographic Study in Architectural Practice in Egypt

Ramy Bakir, Arab Academy for Science and Technolog
Sherif Abdelmohsen, The American University in Cairo

Integrating Sustainability Literacy into Design Education

Andrea Quam, Iowa State University

International Norms and Local Design Research: ICSID and the Promotion of Industrial Design in Latin America, 1970 - 1979

Tania Messell, University of Brighton, UK

Introducing Experience Goals into Packaging Design

Markus Joutsela, Aalto University
Virpi Roto, Aalto University

Introduction: Design and Translation

Giovanni Baule, Politecnico di Milano
Elena Caratti, Politecnico di Milano

Intuitive Interaction in a Mixed Reality System

Shital Desai, Queensland University of Technology
Alethea Blackler, Queensland University of Technology
Vesna Popovic, Queensland University of Technology

Intuitive Interaction research – new directions and possible responses

Alethea Blackler, Queensland University of Technology
Vesna Popovic, Queensland University of Technology

Involving stakeholders in cross-border regional design

Annet Kempenaar, Wageningen University

iPhoneography and New Aesthetics: The Emergence of a Social Visual Communication Through Image-based Social Media

Eman Alshawaf, University of Minnesota, USA

Junior designers’ awareness of personal values and their employment choices

Anna Jonkmans, Delft University of Technology
Julia Wurl, Delft University of Technology
Dirk Snelders, Delft University of Technology
Lenny van Onselen, Delft University of Technology

Juxtaposing Chinese and Western Representational Principles: New Design Methods for Information Graphics in the Field of Intercultural Communication

Ruedi Baur, Geneva School of Art and Design
Ulrike Felsing, Geneva School of Art and Design

Knowledgeability culture: Co-creation in practice

Alicen Coddington, Swinburne University of Technolog
Colin Giang, Swinburne University of Technolog
Alexander Graham, Swinburne University of Technolog
Anne Prince, Swinburne University of Technolog
Pauliina Mattila, Swinburne University of Technolog
Christine Thong, Swinburne University of Technolog
Anita Kocsis, Swinburne University of Technolog

Learning to learn What can be learned from firsthand experience with materials?

Biljana C. Fredriksen, University College of Southeast Norway

LIVD: An Avant - Garde Publication with Pedagogical and Epistemological Aims

Meredith James, Portland State University

Long Kesh: Site - Sign - Body

Ola Ståhl, Linnaeus University

Making polychronic objects for a networked society

Jane Norris, Royal College of Art

Making Service Design in a Digital Business

Piia Rytilahti, University of Lapland
Simo Rontti, University of Lapland
Titta Jylkä, University of Lapland
Mira Alhonsu, University of Lapland
Hanna-Riina Vuontisjärv, University of Lapland
Laura Laivamaa, University of Lapland

Mapping design knowledge: 36 years of Design Studies

Kathryn Burns, Birmingham City University
Jack Ingram, Formerly Birmingham City University
Louise Annable, Formerly Birmingham City University

Measuring design typicality – a comparison of objective and subjective approaches

Stefan Mayer, Goethe University, Germany
Jan R. Landwehr, Goethe University, Germany

Measuring Product - Related Stigma in Design

Kristof Vaes, University of Antwerp
Pieter Jan Stappers, Delft University of Technology
Achiel Standaert, University of Antwerp

Metadesigning Design Research - How can designers collaboratively grow a research platform

Anna-Karin Arvidsson, Goldsmiths, University London
Mikael Blomqvist, Linnaeus University
Susanne Bonja, Linnaeus University
Sara Hyltén-Cavallius, Linnaeus University
Lena Håkansson, Linnaeus University
Miguel Salinas, Linnaeus University
Marie Sterte, Linnaeus University
Ola Ståhl, Linnaeus University
Tobias Svensén, Linnaeus University
Ole Victor, Linnaeus University

Mixing up everyday life - uncovering sufficiency practices through designerly tools

Miriam Lahusen, Berlin University of the Arts
Susanne Ritzmann, University of Applied Sciences Berlin
Florian Samentinger, Berlin University of the Arts
Gesche Joost, Berlin University of the Arts
Lars-Arvid Brischke, Institute for Energy and Environmental Researc

Most Advanced yet Acceptable: A case of referential form - driven meaning innovation

Seong geun Lee, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology
James Self, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology
Ekaterina Andrietc, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology

Moving Textile Artisans’ Communities towards a Sustainable Future – A Theoretical Framework

Francesco Mazzarella, Loughborough University
Carolina Escobar-Tello, Loughborough University
Val Mitchell, Loughborough University

Of Open bodies: Challenges and Perspectives of an Open Design Paradigm

Émeline Brulé, Télécom-ParisTech
Frédéric Valentin, Télécom-ParisTech

On presenting a rich picture for stakeholder dialogue

Abigail C. Durrant, Newcastle University
Wendy Moncur, University of Dundee
David S. Kirk, Newcastle University
Diego Trujillo Pisanty, Newcastle University
Kathryn Orzech, University of Dundee

Online Reflective Interactions on Social Network Sites in Design Studio Course

Simge Hough, Istanbul Bilgi University

Open Practices: lessons from co-design of public services for behaviour change

Simon O’Rafferty, University of Limerick
Adam DeEyto, University of Limerick
Huw Lewis, University of Limerick

Perception, Meaning and Transmodal Design

Mathias Nordvall, SICS East Swedish ICT AB
Mattias Arvola, SICS East Swedish ICT AB

Physiological measurements of drawing and forming activities

Marianne Leinikka, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health
Minna Huotilainen, University of Helsinki
Pirita Seitamaa-Hakkarainen, University of Helsinki
Camilla Groth, Aalto University
Mimmu Rankanen, Aalto University
Maarit Mäkelä, Aalto University

Policy in the UK

Qian Sun, Royal College of Art

Post - critical potentials in experimental co-design

Sissel Olander, The Royal Danish Academy

Probing the future by anticipative design acts

Annelies De Smet, KU Leuven
Nel Janssens, Chalmers University of Technology

Problematizing Evidence-Based Design: A Case Study of Designing for Services in the Finnish Government

Helena Sustar, Aalto University
Luke Feast, Aalto University

Product-Service Systems or Service Design ‘By- Products’? A Systems Thinking Approach

John Darzentas, University of Aegean
Jenny Darzentas, University of Aegean

Project Contribution of Junior Designers: Exploring the What and the How of Values in Collaborative Practice

Lennert Kaland, Delft University of Technology
Annelijn Vernooij, Delft University of Technology
Lenny van Onselen, Delft University of Technology

Promoting an emancipatory research paradigm in Design Education and Practice

Lesley-Ann Noel, North Carolina State University

Prototyping in the in - between. A Method for Spatial Design education

Jennie Anderson-Schaeffer, Mälardalen University
Marianne Palmgren, Mälardalen University

Provocative design for unprovocative designers: Strategies fo r triggering personal dilemmas

Deger Ozkaramanli, University of Liverpoo
Pieter M. A. Desmet, Delft University of Technology

Public design and social innovation: Learning from applied research

Caroline Gagnona, Université Laval
Valérie Côtéb, Université de Montréal

Putting product design in context: Consumer responses to design fluency as a function of presentation context

Laura K. M. Graf, Goethe University, Germany
Jan R. Landwehr, Goethe University, Germany

(Re)working the Past, (Dis)playing the Future. Italy: The New Domestic Landscape at MoMA, 1972

Ingrid Halland Rashidi, University of Oslo, Norway

Re-integrating Design Education: Lessons from History

Peter A. Hall, Central Saint Martins, UAL

Recommendations to rebuild the body of feminist work in industrial design

Isabel Prochner, Université de Montréal
Anne Marchand, Université de Montréal

Redesigning governance – a call for design across three orders of governanc

Tanja Rosenqvist, University of Technology Sydney
Cynthia Mitchell, University of Technology Sydney

Resourcing in Co - Design

Salu Ylirisku, University of Southern Denmark
Jacob Buur, University of Southern Denmark
Line Revsbæk, University of Southern Denmark

Responsibility in design: applying the philosophy of Gilbert Simondon

Sander Mulder, Eindhoven University of Technology

Reverse Innovation: How Has Design in the Greater Pearl River Delta Region Changed the World

Ningchang Zhou, South China Agricultural University
Tao Huang, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale

Riding Shotgun in the Fight Against Human Trafficking

Lisa Mercer, University of North Texas, USA

Rules of Thumb: An Experiment in Contextual Transposition

Damon Taylor, University of Brighton
Monika Büscher, Lancaster University
Lesley Murray, University of Brighton
Chris Speed, University of Edinburgh
Theodore Zamenopoulos, Open University

Schön’s Legacy: Examining Contemporary Citation Practices in DRS Publications

Jordan Beck, Indiana University Bloomington
Laureline Chiapello, Université de Montréal

Serious Play Strategies in the Design of Kinetic and Wearable Devices

Lois Frankel, Carleton University
Ellen Hrinivich, Carleton University

Sharing 10 years of experience with class AUP0479 – Design for Sustainability

Maria Cecília Santos, University of São Paulo
Tatiana Sakurai, University of São Paulo
Verena Lima, University of São Paulo

Skilling and learning through digital Do - It - Yourself: the role of (Co-)Design

Giuseppe Salvia, Politecnico di Milano
Carmen Bruno, Politecnico di Milano
Marita Canina, Politecnico di Milano

Space as a Becoming Fresh Water Expo Pavilion as a Creative Practice for an Architecture to Come

Emine Görgül, Istanbul Technical University

Space as organisational strategy

Pia Storvang, University of Southern Denmark

“Spend another day in our class talking about this research please”: Student insights from a research - based design thinking exercise

Cynthia J. Atman, University of Washington
Arif Ahmer, University of Washington
Kathryn E. Shroyer, University of Washington
Jennifer A. Turns, University of Washington
Jim Borgford-Parnell, University of Washington

Stories in a Beespoon: Exploring Future Folklore through Design

Deborah Maxwell, University of York
Liz Edwards, Lancaster University
Toby Pillatt, University of Sheffield
Niamh Downing, Falmouth University

Supporting healthy behaviour: A stages of change perspective on changing snacking habits of children

Geke D.S. Ludden, University of Twente
Laura H.J. de Ruijter, University of Twente

Supporting SMEs in designi ng sustainable business models for energy access for the BoP: a strategic design too

Silvia Emili, Brunel University London
Fabrizio Ceschin, Brunel University London
David Harrison, Brunel University London

Tangibility in e-textile participatory service design with mental health participants

Sarah Kettley, Nottingham Trent University
Anna Sadkowska, Nottingham Trent University
Rachel Lucas, Nottingham Trent University

Temporal design: looking at time as social coordination

Larissa Pschetz, University of Edinburgh
Michelle Bastian, University of Edinburgh
Chris Speed, University of Edinburgh

The Aesthetics of Action in New Social Design

Ilpo Koskinen, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

The beauty of balance – An empirical integration of the Unified Model of Aesthetics for product design

Michaël Berghman, TU Delft, The Netherlands
Paul Hekkert, TU Delft, The Netherlands

The Challenges of Human-Centred Design in a Public Sector Innovation Contex

Mieke Van der Bijl-Brouwe, University of Technology Sydney

The cycle of interdisciplinary learning and theory- solution building in design research

Young-ae Hahn, Yonsei University, Wonju, South Korea

The Design Methods Movement From Optimism to Darwinism

John Z. Langrish, Salford University

The Design Research Society in the 1980s and 1990s: a memoir

Conall Ó Catháin, Past Chairman DRS

The effect of consumer attitudes on design for product longevity: The case of the fashion industry

Angharad McLaren, Nottingham Trent University
Helen Goworek, University of Leicester
Tim Cooper, Nottingham Trent University
Lynn Oxborrow, Nottingham Trent University
Helen Hill, Nottingham Trent University

The Foam a Possible Model for the Motion Graphic Design

Anamaria Galeotti, Anhembi Morumbi University
Clice Mazzilli, University of São Paulo

The Future o f Product Design Utilising Printed Electronics

Nicola York, Loughborough University
Darren Southee, Loughborough University
Mark Evans, Loughborough University

The Idea of Architecture, The User As Inhabitant: Design through a Christopher Alexander Lens

Molly Wright Steenson, Carnegie Mellon University, School of Design

The information designer through the lens of design for learning

Eden Potter, AUT University, New Zealand

The introduction of design to policymaking: Policy Lab and the UK government

Jocelyn Bailey, University of Brighton
Peter Lloyd, University of Brighton

The making of sustainable cultural and creative cluster in Hong Kong

Kaman Ka Ma Tsan, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Kin Wai Michael Siu, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

The narratives and the supports. Remediating Design Culture in the translation of transmedia artefacts

Matteo Ciastellardi, Politecnico di Milano
Derrick de Kerckhove, University of Toronto, Canada

The potential of Design for Behaviour Change to foster the transition to a circular economy

Laura Piscicelli, University of Twente
Geke Ludden, University of Twente

The Prototype as a Cosmopolitical Place: Ethnographic design practice and research at the National Zoo in Santiago, Chile

Pablo Hermansen, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
José Neira, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile

The Role of Participation in Designing for IoT

Anuradha Reddy, Malmö University
Per Linde, Malmö University

The role of sensory experiences and emotions in craft practice

Camilla Groth, Aalto University

The Structure of Design Processes: ideal and reality in Bruce Archer’s 1968 doctoral thesis

Stephen Boyd Davis, Royal College of Art
Simone Gristwood, Middlesex University

The use of argumentation in design research

Stella Boess, Delft University of Technology

The value of design: an issue of vision, creativity and interpretation

Mariana Fonseca Braga, Politecnico di Milano

The Value of Transparency for Designing Product Innovations

Peiyao Cheng, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Ruth Mugge, Delft University of Technology

The Ways of Synesthetic Translation: Design models for media accessibility

Dina Riccò, Politecnico di Milano, Italy

To Shed Some Light on Empowerment: Towards Designing for Embodied Functionality

Jelle van Dijk, Twente University
Fenne Verhoeven, Utrecht University of Applied Sciences

Towards a sensory congruent beer bottle: Consumer associations between beer brands, flavours, and bottle designs

Fenko Fenko, University of Twente
Sanne Heiltjes, University of Twente
Lianne van den Berg-Weitzel, Cartils

Towards designing inclusion: insights from a user data collection study in China

Weining Ning, Tongji University
Hua Dong, Tongji University

Towards Innovative and Inclusive Architecture

Sidse Grangaard, Aalborg University

Towards more culturally inclusive communication design practices: exploring creative participation between non-Indigenous and Indigenous people in Australia

Nicola St John, Swinburne University of Technology

Towards Translation Design A New Paradigm for Design Research

Giovanni Baule, Politecnico di Milano

Translating picturebooks: Re-examining interlingual and intersemiotic translation

Anne Ketola, University of Tampere

Uber and Language/Action Theory

Michael Arnold Mages, Carnegie Mellon University

United We Stand: A Critique of the Design Thinking Approach in Interdisciplinary Innovation

Fiona Maciver, a Norwich University of the Arts
Julian Malins, a Norwich University of the Arts
Julia Kantorovich, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland
Aggelos Liapis, Athens University of Economics and Business

User Design : Constructions of the “user” in the history of design research

Theodora Vardouli, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Using Design Thinking to create a new education paradigm for elementary level children for higher student engagement and success

Lesley-Ann Noel, North Carolina State University
Tsai Lu Liu, North Carolina State University

Using Rhetoric in Persuasive Design: What Rhetoric?

Danny Godin, Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue (UQAT)

Using symbolic meaning as a means to design for happiness: The development of a card set for designers

Ruth Mugge, Delft University of Technology
Pieter M. A. Desmet, Delft University of Technology

Visual conversations on urban futures. Participatory methods to design scenarios of liveable cities

Serena Pollastri, Lancaster University
Rachel Cooper, Lancaster University
Nick Dunn, Lancaster University
Chris Boyko, Lancaster University

Visual Thinking Styles and Idea Generation Strategies Employed in Visual Brainstorming Sessions

Naz A.G.Z. Börekci, Middle East Technical Universiy

Wearable Sensory Devices for Children in Play Areas

Cai-Ru Lia, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology
Wen-Huei Chou, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology
Chung-Wen Hung, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology

What a designer can change: a proposal for a categorisation of artefact-related aspects

Anneli Selvefors, Chalmers University of Technology
Helena Strömberg, Chalmers University of Technology
Sara Renström, Chalmers University of Technology

What is sought from graphic designers? A first thematic analysis of job offers for graphic design positions in the United Kingdom

Paulo Roberto Nicoletti Dziobczenski, CAPES foundation
Oscar Person, Aalto University

What is the Nature and Intended Use of Design Methods?

Colin M. Gray, Purdue University

Why making matters—developing an interdisciplinary research project on how embodied making may contribute to learning

Marte S. Gulliksen, University College of Southeast Norway

Word to Image – Image to Word The Contribution of Visual Communication to Understanding and Dialog

Michael Renner, University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland (FHNW)