Title

Building Better Relationships Between Design research, design research education, government, industry and the design professions

Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Faculty

Faculty of Computing, Health and Science

School

School of Engineering

RAS ID

364

Comments

Love, T. (2002). Building Better Relationships Between Design research, design research education, government, industry and the design professions. In Proceedings of the 2002 Common Ground Design Research Society. Stoke On Trent, UK: Staffordshire Uni Press.

Abstract

Governments and major industrial players regard successful innovation as one of the most significant factors in improving economic and social outcomes. Designing is the process by which new knowledge is transformed into innovative products, systems and services.? Research into designing provides the foundation for improving designing and improving how innovation processes are managed. Stakeholders in design activities have relatively neglected design research. This paper focuses on the role of concepts and terminology in multidisciplinary design fields in supporting or inhibiting relationships between design professionals, designs researchers, design research educators, government and industry organisations.

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