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19 MARCH 2013

Swiss Universities of Design and Art

"Since its foundation in 2003, the Swiss Design Network has been active in the field of design research by networking researchers from the Swiss Universities of Design and Art, by organising internationally renowned symposiums and by publishing their proceedings, by offering direct support to research projects and by participating in the research debate on national and international level. ...

it is also clear that research is a paradoxical activity that needs to be free and framed at the same time. Designerly ways of knowing rely on rigour and creativity and most of the debates about social relevance, scientific or cultural value carried by design research are rooted into this paradox. To some extent, this is true of every research activity – and this is the very reason why a focused discussion of design projects and methods is always precious; because digging into the details of different thought processes is what will ultimately allow fresh visions of design goals and strengths.

The Swiss Design Network is therefore a platform to challenge ideas and share intellectual friendship."

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2003 • competence network • Conference of Swiss Schools of Art and Design • CTI • cultural valuedesign discoursedesign educationdesign fielddesign methodsdesign projectsdesign researchdesignerly waysdesignerly ways of knowing • epistemological questions • intellectual friendship • KHKD • methodological questions • networking researchers • practicing theoryresearch activity • research debate • research projects • SAEN • SARN • scientific value • SDN • social relevanceSwiss Design Network • Swiss research network • Swiss Universities of Design and Art • Switzerlandvisual rhetoric

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Simon Perkins
18 JUNE 2012

Design PhD Conference 2012, School of Design, Northumbria University

"Date: 27th and 28th June 2012, Place: School of Design, Northumbria

The Design PhD Conference 2012 at the School of Design, Northumbria University is a collaborative event between the School of Design's Centre for Design Research and ImaginationLancaster, Lancaster University. The conference offers an opportunity for PhD Students, Masters Students, recent graduates and businesses to meet, exchange knowledge and ideas, and learn about the latest developments in design thinking, methods and research projects."

(Northumbria University, 7 January 2012)

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2012art and design conference • British university • businesses • Centre for Design Research • communities of practiceconferencedesign conferencedesign methods • Design PhD Conference 2012 • design researchdesign researcherdesign scholarshipdesign thinking • exchange ideas • exchange knowledge • ImaginationLancaster • Lancaster University • latest developments in design thinking • Masters studentsnew university • Newcastle Polytechnic • North East of England • Northeast • Northumbria • Northumbria University • Northumbria UniversityNewcastle • NU • PhDPhD studentspractice-led research • recent graduates • research projects • School of Design • UKUK universityuniversity • University of Northumbria • UNN

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Simon Perkins
16 JUNE 2011

Imperial College London: the future of digital services

"The Digital Economy Lab acts as a portal for all the research, teaching and engagement which is taking place within this grand challenge at Imperial College London. The Digital Economy Lab aims to link external organisations to relevant expertise at the College and to foster the growing digital community within the College so that they can work together more effectively.

Launched in September 2010, the Lab has been gaining momentum already through a number of engagements with firms, lectures and the launch of the Digital Business pathway as part of Imperial College Business School's Masters in Management course. A programme of research is currently ready to be launched, building on the many existing projects which are showcased on this website."

(Imperial College London)

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2010applied researchbusiness management • business school • digital business • digital community • digital economy • Digital Economy Lab • Digital Economy Laboratory • digital services • Future of Digital Services • Imperial College Londoninnovationknowledge-based economy • liveable cities • Masters in Management • new digital services • novel digital services • online brainstorming initiative • researchresearch centreresearch programmeresearch projectsSME • technologies of engagement • UK

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Simon Perkins
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