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Collaboration

Mark Wigan

Mark Wigan was subject leader for illustration at Camberwell College, UK, and later for Graphic Design at the University of Salford, UK. He is currently a lecturer in illustration at Hull College, UK. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Visual Dictionary of Illustration

AVA Book, 2009

Book Chapter

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Designing on the spikes of injustice: Representation and co-design

Designing for Service : Key Issues and New Directions

Bloomsbury Academic, 2017

Book Chapter

...Do not trust elitist versions of history and science, which respond to dominant interests, but be receptive to counter-narratives and try to recapture them. As co-authors with different disciplinary backgrounds, we found that our...

Slow Design

The Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Design Volume 3

Bloomsbury Academic, 2016

Encyclopedia Article

...Slow design is an ideology that challenges instant gratification and consumption, and instead champions emergent qualities in designed objects and experiences. As such it seeks to support “reflective consumption,” in which both...
...9.1 Introduction Co-creation, co-production, co-design: the last decade has seen a growing recognition of the importance of a more collective contribution from those who are both delivering and receiving any form of public...

Use, User-Centered Design

Anne-Marie Willis

Anne-Marie Willis is a design writer, editor and educator. She is currently professor of Design Theory at the German University in Cairo, Egypt. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Design Volume 3

Bloomsbury Academic, 2016

Encyclopedia Article

...While most product design would be rationalized by claiming to bring benefits to the people who use those products, user-centered design has a more specific meaning. As a term, it gained prominence in Scandinavia in the 1980s in the context...

Open Design

The Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Design Volume 3

Bloomsbury Academic, 2016

Encyclopedia Article

...Open Design refers to the democratic development of products, services, systems, and environments facilitated by publicly shared design information. With the progress of digital production technologies, the concept of Open Design includes...

Participatory Design

The Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Design Volume 3

Bloomsbury Academic, 2016

Encyclopedia Article

...Participatory design is an approach based on the premise that those who are invested in the success of a design should be included in the design decision-making process. Through participatory design, users have a voice and are given...

Social Design

The Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Design Volume 3

Bloomsbury Academic, 2016

Encyclopedia Article

...Design is by definition socially based, but the term social design has been used to refer to design actions oriented toward basic needs, complex problems, and/or pressing challenges that call for a holistic intervention and do not operate...

Crowd Sourcing

The Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Design Volume 1

Bloomsbury Academic, 2016

Encyclopedia Article

...Crowd sourcing is the practice of obtaining services or content through the outsourcing of tasks, or work packages, to a large undefined number of external potential providers, usually recruited by open calls. The concept emerged from...

Secondary Design

The Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Design Volume 3

Bloomsbury Academic, 2016

Encyclopedia Article

...Secondary design refers to a continuation of the design process by the user, either through the appropriation of objects for unforeseen uses, or through the intentional design of an interactive system with enhanced features for user...