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07 AUGUST 2012

Creative Tools: a handbook of 15 methods for design practice

"Creative Tools was co–authored by Alex Fung, Alice Lo and Mamata N. Rao based on their teaching and students' learning experiences in the Design Thinking subject. Foreword by Dr. Edward de Bono, this handbook is a comprehensive guide to 15 creative tools that help develop students' creative thinking, not only for design by other disciplines. Each tool has an introduction followed by a demonstration of its use with reflection."

(香港理工大學/Hong Kong Polytechnic University)

Alex Fung, Alice Lo, Mamata N. Rao (2005). "Creative Tools", School of Design, Hong Kong Polytechnic University.

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2005 • Alex Fung • Alice Lo • art and designcreative problem solvingcreative thinkingcreative tools • Creative Tools (book) • creativitydesign methoddesign methodsdesign pedagogydesign principlesdesign processdesign studentdesign thinkingEdward de Bonohandbook • HK PolyU School of Design • Hong KongHong Kong Polytechnic Universityhow designers think • Mamata Rao • methods for design practicepolytechnic • PolyU • problem-solving • School of Design (PolyU) • student learning experiences • teaching • tools for creative thinking

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Simon Perkins
29 MAY 2011

Communication Design: a 20th century sub-discipline of design

"communication design – a sub–discipline of design that has emerged from the fine arts and crafts tradition in the 20th century. In the past several decades, communication design has transformed its disciplinary identity to a broad expertise associated with the planning and design of communication, as well as the development of services."

(Doctoral Education in Design Conference 2011)

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201120th centurycommunication design • conference conversation • crafts traditiondesign education • design services • design sub-discipline • disciplinary identity • doctoral education • doctoral education in design • fine artsHong KongHong Kong Polytechnic Universitynew thinkingSwinburne University of Technology

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Simon Perkins
07 JULY 2009

The UK Arts and Humanities Research Council definition of research

"The AHRC definition of research, which is primarily concerned with research processes, rather than outputs, specifies four common issues which can be summarised as: the research problem to be addressed; context and field of inquiry; methods employed; and dissemination of results (AHRC, 2003)."

(Kristina Niedderer and Seymour Roworth–Stokes, p.13)

Niedderer, K. and S. Roworth–Stokes. (2007). "The Role and Use of Creative Practice in Research and its Contribution to Knowledge". IASDR International Conference 2007. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Polytechnic University.

AHRC (2003), The RAE and Research in the Creative & Performing Arts; response to the funding councils review of research assessment, AHRC, Bristol.

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Simon Perkins
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