Designing for the 21st Century: Interdisciplinary Methods and Findings

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Tom Inns
Gower Publishing, Ltd., 2010 - Design - 354 pages
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Intends to capture a sense of the many ways design thinking has been applied to a broad range of issues. This title describes the context for project work and the main research questions, which framed each project. It reviews the knowledge and understanding generated through project work and a description of potential beneficiaries.
  

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Contents

Acknowledgements
v
Introduction Prof Tom Inns
11
Development of an Approach to Comparing
25
Designing for Services in Science and Technologybased Enterprises
55
Considerate Design for Personalised Fashion Prof Sandy Black
67
Emerging Perspectives
87
The Design Practice that Designs Itself Prof John Wood
101
Performance and Interdisciplinary Design at
116
Design and Physicality Towards an Understanding of Physicality
172
Representing the MultiModality of Urban
190
Rapid Design Intervention to Determine
208
A Case
225
Bike Off 2 Catalysing Anti Theft Bike Bike Parking and Information
238
The Place of Accessibility Guidelines in
258
Practical Design for Social Action Dr Andy Dearden Dr Ann Light
270
Design Synthesis and Shape Generation Prof Alison McKay Dr Scott Chase
304

A Method Dr Ann Light
132
Ubiquitous Technologies and the Design
146
Personalising Unencumbered Multimedia Content
160
Stress Computation Visualisation and Measurement
322
Index
343
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