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  • Keirnan, Alen (RMIT, Future Social Service Institute, Melbourne, Australia); Robbins, Peter; Devitt, Frank; Vaugh, Trevor (Maynooth University, Department of Design Innovation); Ryan, Martin (Department of Design innovation / Maynooth University); Koffel, Rachael (Swinburne University, Faculty of Health, Arts and Design, Melbourne, Australia) (ITERATIONS, 2018)
    The Government of Ireland has positioned design as integral to the innovation landscape. In particular, it encourages innovations from designers that align with six thematic areas identified in the Innovation 2020 report. ...
  • Kiernan, Louise; McMahon, Muireann (ITERATIONS, 2015)
    In user-centred design, there is recognition that designers must understand the perspectives of the users for whom the product or service is being designed. Sometimes however, designers may not have direct access to end ...
  • Kiernan, Louise; Deloughry, Niall (School of Design, University of Limerick) (ITERATIONS, 2018)
    Due to a changing economic, social, cultural and technological landscape design problemshave become more complicated with the role of the designer expanding. Designers aremoving from just responding to a brief from a client ...
  • Fleetwood, Hannah (Co-Founder and Designer Slice Creative Studio) (ITERATIONS, 2015)
    The phrase ‘out of the frying pan and into the fire’ springs to mind when I think about the summer of 2013. I had just completed my BA in Visual Communication and was eager to jump on the graphic design career ladder. ...
  • Williams, Gemma A (ITERATIONS, 2015)
    For a number of years the discipline of fashion in Ireland has been marginalised by funding agencies, trade bodies and arguably the wider design sector and community, often hindering a meaningful engagement with dress ...
  • Ó'Riain, Marc ( President of the Institute of Designers in Ireland and Registered Designer) (ITERATIONS, 2015)
    The Institute of Designers in Ireland is the the largest orginisation of professionally based designers in Ireland. It represents the diverse nature of design on this island, from the pixel to the city. As such the ...
  • Boyle, George (President of the Institute of Designers in Ireland) (ITERATIONS, 2016)
    “The world is in perpetual motion, and we must invent the things of tomorrow .... Act with audacity” Madame Cliquot. As we progress through 2016, our IDI theme of “Design:Rising” matures - with our commitment to elevating ...
  • McKenzie-Doyle, Kim (President of the Institute of Designers in Ireland) (ITERATIONS, 2017)
    The theme for my presidency Balance by Design, hinges on two very important initiatives that I am very passionate about. The first ‘Why Design’ aims to address the gender imbalance in the Irish Design Industry
  • Boyle, George (President of the Institute of Designers in Ireland) (ITERATIONS, 2016)
    Since becoming President of the Institute of Designers in Ireland (IDI), the prevailing puzzle preoccupying everyone seems to be: “What is Design?”. I am astonished by how many are inclined to lead me to the same overwhelming ...
  • Priest, Paul; Harriss, Harriet; Kaasa, Adam (Royal College of Art, School of Architecture, United Kingdom) (ITERATIONS, 2020)
    The purpose of this opinion piece is to propose a method to translate the professional standards implemented in the delivery of construction projects in Dubai by certified British architects. It will achieve this by ...
  • de Eyto, Adam (ITERATIONS, 2018)
    Neil Cormican is the design team lead for YouTube TV™- A newly launched live TV offering in the US by global giants YouTube™. Cormican shares experiences with his former classmate of his early inclinations to explore design ...
  • Milton, Alex (ITERATIONS, 2015)
    2015 has seen Irish design in almost every form being showcased in Ireland and around the world. The idea of designating a year to celebrating and promoting Irish design emerged from the Global Irish Economic Forum in ...
  • McAllister, Helen (National College of Art & Design) (ITERATIONS, 2018)
    This article aims to interpret how the role of making and the process of such engagement, with particular emphasis on contemporary textile applied materials; shapes design methodologies in art and design institutions. ...
  • Whelan, Lynne; Maher, Carmel; Deevy, Colin (designCORE, Institute of Technology Carlow) (ITERATIONS, 2016)
    This article forms part of a Master’s Degree by research entitled ‘The Role of Practice Oriented Learning in Design & Creativity in an Irish Technological University
  • Flood, Nuala (Queens University Belfast) (ITERATIONS, 2016)
    This paper proposes a method by which schools of architecture and design can engage with the development of their surrounding contexts in a meaningful and practical way. This method will be illustrated using a case study ...
  • Norris, Jane (School of Liberal Arts, Richmond University the American University) (ITERATIONS, 2020)
    Why do we need to ‘listen’ to materials? What does ‘listening’ mean – is it merely understanding vibrations on our eardrums? Or can our perception of sound have a wider scope, can designers attend to a material’s resonance ...
  • Ó Riain, Marc (Cork Institute of Technology) (ITERATIONS, 2016)
    Street Art exists in a tenuous paradigm of legality. Much like skateboarding, graffiti expression can be seen both as a crime and as an art subculture. Masers work creates a definitive transition from traditional street ...
  • Flynn, Morgan; Feeney, Declan (School of Architecture University of Limerick) (ITERATIONS, 2020)
    We attempt to describe the dynamic character of the relationship between client and architect as it changes over the course of the design process involved in building a building. The nature of the client architect ...
  • Madden, Heather (Cork Institute of Technology); Ryan, Linzi (Vistamed Ltd) (ITERATIONS, 2015)
    A movement has begun in the Irish public sector to embed Service Design as an innovative approach to conquer political and cultural divides in public organisations. Service Design utilises practical and scalable tools ...
  • Heidingsfelder, Marie Lena; Kimpel, Kora (Fraunhofer IAO Center for Responsible Research and Innovation); Schraudner, Martina (University of the Arts Berlin) (ITERATIONS, 2017)
    While public appreciation is vital to technological inventions, the ramifications of these inventions remain extremely difficult to predict. This paper presents an original design fiction methodology intended to encourage ...

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