Journal of Design Practice and Research, Volume 3, 2014
Lambert, Ian; Firth, Richard; MacLeod, Myrna; Forster, Sam; Innes, Malcolm; Winton, Euan; Cochrane, Ruth; Macdonald, Iain; Andrews, Colin; Malcolm, Colin; Kerlaff, Paul; O'Dowd, Andrew; Jamieson, Kirstie; Titley, Will
Dr Richard Firth firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Sam Vettese email@example.com
Mr Colin Andrews firstname.lastname@example.org
Colin Malcolm C.Malcolm@napier.ac.uk
Paul Kerlaff P.Kerlaff@napier.ac.uk
Dr Kirstie Jamieson K.Jamieson@napier.ac.uk
Editorial -Welcome to the third issue of the Journal for Design Practice & Research.
The last 18 months has been an extremely busy time for us. We have continued to grow as a team, with new members joining, and our work grows ever more diverse. We have undertaken eight SFC and BIE Innovation Voucher funded projects, finished two Follow-on Voucher funded projects worth (£40K each), and started another; we have started public engagement projects and an AHRC funded project; there have been numerous publications, conference papers and members of the team have been submitting work to the REF.
The design industry is worth over £15 billion to the UK economy and our work has been highly valued in helping a number of SMEs and public sector organisations use design to enhance their services. We undertake cutting edge work which informs our teaching and keeps our students abreast of industry developments. To find out more, read on…
Lambert, I., Firth, R., MacLeod, M., Forster, S., Innes, M., Winton, E., …Titley, W. (2014). Journal of Design Practice and Research, Volume 3, 2014. Edinburgh Napier University
|Book Type||Edited Book|
|Publication Date||May 14, 2014|
|Deposit Date||Jun 2, 2015|
|Publicly Available Date||Jun 2, 2015|
|Publisher||Edinburgh Napier University|
|Peer Reviewed||Peer Reviewed|
|Book Title||Journal of Design Practice and Research|
|Keywords||design; research; practice; advertising; urbanism; furniture; interaction design; lighting; light; furniture|
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