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  • Found, Paul D.; Lin, Ming-Huang (Institute of Applied Arts, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan) (ITERATIONS, 2018)
    This article describes a developing creative practice whereby digital creative processes adapted from mobile music making are used in the data driven design and subsequent digital instantiation of ceramic vessels. First, ...
  • Douglas, Michelle (Queensland College of Art / Griffith University) (ITERATIONS, 2018)
    Ken Garland is a British graphic designer, born in Southampton in 1929. He is a prominent leading figure in graphic design since the late 50s and is widely known for his political activist posters for CND and his ...
  • Buckley, John; Long, Frank (Frontend.com) (ITERATIONS, 2018)
    Over the past fifty years there has been a shift in how citizens perceive their efficacy over, and relationship with, public institutions (Frantzich, 2005). Heightening negative sentiment has created growing distrust ...
  • Lettis, Gwen (Design Factors, University of Limerick/ Cork Institute of Technology); McMahon, Muireann; de Eyto, Adam (Design Factors, School of Design, University of Limerick) (University of Limerick, 2018)
    The following article considers the case for integrating students’ personal values into the work processes of graphic communication design (GCD) to encourage an ethical approach. The author is currently undertaking action ...
  • 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. ...
  • McCole, Aideen (100 Archive) (ITERATIONS, 2018)
    As a Studio Principal at Atelier, a design advocate with AGI and the 100 Archive and Head of the Faculty of Film, Art and Creative Technology at IADT Dún Laoghaire, David Smith has plenty of reasons to contemplate how ...
  • Kiernan, Louise (School of Design, University); Spruce, Jon (Manchester Metropolitan University); Douglas, Michelle (Griffith University); Ryan, Annmarie (Kemmy Business School, University of Limerick) (ITERATIONS, 2020)
    Design Thinking has gained recognition as an acclaimed process for generating innovative, human centred solutions at a social and business level. It has also gained notoriety amongst many designers, who claim that its ...
  • 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 ...
  • Hernández, Gabriela (MFA/University of Florida, United States) (ITERATIONS, 2020)
    As social design and design for development continue to gain relevance within design education and practice, the consideration and conscious integration of context-based methods that focus on locality and culture are ...
  • 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 ...
  • Jaramillo, George Steve (School of Textiles and Design, Heriot-Watt University); Fusco, Leah (Kingston University) (ITERATIONS, 2020)
    Drawing Waters is a series of participatory walks and visual fieldwork exercises developed and executed by the authors, to facilitate engagement with river landscapes. Through walking and drawing together, these events ...
  • 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 ...
  • Coorey, Jillian (School of Visual Communication Design, Kent State University); Mooney, Aoife (School of Visual Communication Design, Kent State University) (ITERATIONS, 2020)
    The designer of today is solving complex problems across media, in networked environments, and often in contexts well beyond the realm of previously considered ‘graphic design’. Among other skills, the literacy of other ...
  • 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. ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Flood, Nuala (School of Natural and Built Environment, Queen’s University Belfast); Cruickshank, Leon (Imagination Lancaster, Lancaster University) (ITERATIONS, 2018)
    This article contains a reflection on the practice of using temporary urban interventions to help facilitate the co-design of public spaces. It presents case studies of two public space improvement projects, both of which ...
  • Keirnan, Alen (RMIT, Future Social Service Institute, Melbourne, Australia); Robbins, Peter; Devitt, Frank; Vaugh, Trevor; 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. ...
  • 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 ...
  • McMahon, Muireann (ITERATIONS, 2017)
    Editing Issue 05 of Iterations has been a pleasure, from the first submission, right after we posted the call, to the enthusiasm of the authors in reacting to the double blind peer reviews. The response to the call was the ...

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