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  • Corrigan-Doyle, Emily; Escobar-Tello, Carolina; Pui Ying Lo, Kathy (Loughborough University) (ITERATIONS, 2016)
    his article considers the value of making long-term happiness a key priority in designing for the home and how creative methods, art therapy techniques, in particular, can be fundamental in this process. It presents ...
  • Quigley, Tim ( Chair of the Joint Committee on Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation) (ITERATIONS, 2015)
    Austins Department Store in Derry-Londonderry is reputed to be the oldest independent department store in the world. Austins was trading in Derry more than a decade before Harrods of London was built. Its presence in ...
  • O'Shea, John (National College of Art and Design and University College Dublin) (ITERATIONS, 2017)
    Conceptual design is an emerging area of design research and practice which shares much in common with conceptual art. Both are driven by the idea that the concept or question behind the artefacts they produce is often ...
  • Balabanoff, Doreen (OCAD University) (ITERATIONS, 2016)
    This article was originally a response to the AIARG conference session on the theme of Person, Place and Time. My doctoral work in progress focuses on a practice-based, architectural ‘reimagining’ of the birth environment ...
  • Puay-Hwa Yeo, Jesvin (School of Art, Design & Media); Koh. Caroline; Yen-Leng Chye, Stefanie (National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore) (ITERATIONS, 2017)
    This article adopts discursive phenomenography as a viable qualitative approach to identify the different conceptions that visual communication undergraduate students have of design research. Phenomenographic method was ...
  • Dalton, Tracey (Dublin School of Creative Arts, Dublin Institute of Technology) (ITERATIONS, 2017)
    This is a reflection on teaching practice, focusing on design process in a BA Honours in Design – Interior and Furniture, in Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT). An intrinsic case study approach (Stake 1995) was taken for ...
  • Douglas, Michelle; Montgomery, Ian; Fleming, Karen (RIAD /University of Ulster) (ITERATIONS, 2015)
    Northern Ireland’s creative industries are a powerhouse of economic activity which require dynamic and sustainable collaborative networks, but are compromised by limited understanding and support at government level. ...
  • McNulty, Sean; Mitchell, Frances (Dolmen) (ITERATIONS, 2015)
    Dolmen has, over the past decade, evolved its process to include exploring and testing the thinking behind a variety of published theories in Design Leadership, Design Thinking, Strategic Thinking and Creativity. This ...
  • O'Rafferty, Simon (Design Factors, University of Limerick) (ITERATIONS, 2016)
    For many people, services are difficult to define. We use them everyday but never own them. Our experience of services is often defined by many tangible and intangible elements, interactions and touchpoints. Our experiences ...
  • Kennedy, Con (Dublin Institute of Technology & IT Carlow) (ITERATIONS, 2015)
    Design in it’s widest definition, does not exist within it’s own paradigm. Many things affect design and it’s outcomes. Specific design disciplines influence, and are influenced by other creative areas and also by wider ...
  • McCole, Aideen (Kingston University) (ITERATIONS, 2016)
    This article looks at design in Dublin from 2008 onwards and makes the assertion that the recession has brought about a number of characteristics in design practice in the city. There is a movement of contemporary design ...
  • Ó Riain, Marc (Cork Institute of Technology) (ITERATIONS, 2016)
    Marc Ó’Riain sat down with Joseph Walsh in the Bulman in Kinsale, a few miles from the workshop, to chat to him about his work. It turned out to be an engaging discussion.
  • Maher, Carmel (Design Core/Institute of Technology Carlow); de Eyto, Adam (University of Limerick); Hadfield, Mark (Bournemouth University); Hutchings, Maggie (Bournemouth University) (2015)
       The landscape of higher education in Ireland is changing. In 2011, the National Strategy for Higher Education to 2030 was launched providing a blueprint for its future development. Part of this ongoing process will ...
  • Robbins, Peter (Maynooth University, Department of Design Innovation) (ITERATIONS, 2018)
    Businesses are increasingly facing complex, even wicked, operating conditions with hypercompetition, digital disruption, faster cycle-times, a shift in power to their consumers and often a race to the bottom in pricing as ...
  • Ryan, Martin; Vaugh, Trevor (Maynooth University, Department of Design Innovation) (ITERATIONS, 2018)
    Government has awoken to the power of design for business, large, medium and small. The country has made great progress from 1960’s Ireland, when the government last played a significant role in the design sector. ...
  • Craig, David (Scriba Team) (ITERATIONS, 2015)
    A Pocket of Ideas. The idea for Scriba was borne out of a practical and personal need that was not being satisfied by existing digital styli on the market. A love of well-designed products and technology harboured since ...
  • Ryan, Martin; Vaugh, Trevor (Maynooth University, Department of Design Innovation) (ITERATIONS, 2018)
    Four Irish Designers are blazing a trail in business with a design approach as their competitive advantage. In this article, Martin Ryan and Trevor Vaugh hear from the co-founders of Izzy Wheels, Turbo-spoke and Connect ...
  • Walsh, John ( Dublin School of Creative Arts / Dublin Institute of Technology) (University of Limerick, 2015)
    This article looks at the design of open-plan offices, particularly in relation to the impact of spatial design on different work-modes. It examines the history of the open-plan office, looking at how the open-plan workplace ...
  • Corcoran Kennedy, Marcella ( Chair of the Joint Committee on Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation) (ITERATIONS, 2015)
    The creative economy is one of the fastest growing sectors worldwide. It is estimated to comprise as much as seven percent of the global economy, employing 144 million people. The wider arts sector obviously enriches our ...
  • Healion, Donal; Russell, Sam (National College of Art and Design) (ITERATIONS, 2016)
    The nature of the delivery of education is changing. Traditional “chalk and talk” methods of delivery, featuring hierarchical class structures where knowledge is handed down to students from a teacher located at the front ...

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