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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 ...
  • 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 (Griffith University); 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. ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Cheatham, Dennis (Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, United States) (ITERATIONS, 2017)
    The emergence of experience design marks a progression from what design creates to the experiences it facilitates. While this progression activates familiar concepts from formal and interaction-based design disciplines, ...
  • Butler, Leon ( Bold.ie) (ITERATIONS, 2016)
    Generative typography is a relatively new area of type design that disrupts the norms and presents a new evolution of the processes that have developed. It sheds some of the tools defined in the last 30 years and allows ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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. ...
  • 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 ...
  • Buron, Javier ( Fab Lab Limerick Director, School of Architecture, University of Limerick); Sánchez, Magda (Founder of Colaborativa.eu, Design, Technology and Social Action Agency) (ITERATIONS, 2015)
    Self-build as a social tool: Communities need collective spaces to gather for group activities and social support. The lack of a collective space to meet, discuss and perform group activities, especially at the early ...
  • de Eyto, Adam (ITERATIONS, 2016)
    Simon Dennehy is the founder and CEO of Perch; he graduated from the National College of Art and Design in 2003. After working in industry with many progressive Irish companies, he chose to return to his alma mater to ...
  • Milton, Alex (Programme Director for Irish Design 2015) (ITERATIONS, 2016)
    Given some of the momentous and unprecedented transformations currently convulsing the globe – from the challenges raised by globalisation and the renewed interest in provenance and heritage, to the spread of social media ...

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