Becoming Designers

Education and Influence

Becoming Designers

Distributed for Intellect Ltd

160 pages | © 2000
Paperback $28.50 ISBN: 9781841500324 Published June 2000 Not for sale in the United Kingdom or Europe

Design Research is an area that is both current and growing, but texts on the subjects are in short supply. This book is a response to the vitality of discussion within journals and at conferences, and it intends to place Design Research in its rightful place at the heart of studio-based education and practice.

Offering a valuable context within which to understand the educational needs and aspirations of the designer, Becoming Designers is also a vital resource for students in this field, whose access to books on the subject is currently very limited.

Contents

preface

ud2k – designing the design student

Stuart Mealing

design for life: the lasting contribution of William Morris

John Astley

design praxis: towards a design context rooted in design practice

Kevin McCullagh

intelligent shape sorting

Esther Dudley

educating the multimedia designer

Stephen Boyd Davis

designing women: gender issues in graphic design education

Erica Matlow


what tangled webs we weave

Mike Hope

designers’ perception of development – development’s perception of design

Mirjam Southwall

globalisation

Stuart Durant

interview with a designer on becoming a designer

Richard Hill

‘ethical design’: the end of graphic design?

Alex Cameron

toward more ambitious agendas

Gerard Mermoz

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