Items where Faculty is "Faculty of Art, Design & Architecture > School of Communication Design (from 2008)"
Number of items at this level: 42.
Andrews, June, Dalke, Hilary, Corso, Alessio, Burton, Elizabeth and Mitchell, Lynne (2010) A design for life: reshaping the mould for older people's housing. Access by Design(125), pp. 9-16. ISSN (print) 0959-1591
Bick, Andrew [Curator of an exhibition], Berendes, Eva [Artist], Carter, John [Artist], Cullinan, Charlotte [Artist], Dilworth, Norman [Artist], Gillam, Adam [Artist], Hatt, Christine [Artist], Hill, Anthony [Artist], Kruip, Germaine [Artist], Jones, Gareth [Artist], Lowe, Peter [Artist], Meyrick, George [Artist], Martin, Kenneth [Artist], Martin, Mary [Artist], Pasmore, Victor [Artist], Redo, Achill [Artist], Richards, Jeanine [Artist], Spencer, Jean [Artist], Steele, Jeffrey [Artist], Wise, Gillian [Artist] and Woodley, Gary [Artist] (2010) Construction and its shadow. .
Blair, Bernadette (2011) Elastic minds? Is the interdisciplinary/multidisciplinary curriculum equipping our students for the future: a case study. Art, design and communication in higher education, 10(1), pp. 33-50. ISSN (print) 1474-273X
Blair, Bernadette (2012) 'It's just very vague so I kind of didn't spend too long on it explaining things. So I just moved on because there's nowhere else to put what you actually think.' How do art and design students understand and interpret the questions in the National Student Survey? In: Educational Research Forum; 15 Jun 2012, Kingston upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)
Blair, Bernadette (2010) Perception, interpretation, impact: an examination of the learning value of formative feedback to students through the design studio critique. Saarbrucken, Germany : LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing AG & Co. KG. 89p. ISBN 9783838388342
Blair, Bernadette (2011) An examination of student formative assessment and face to face feedback in studio-based design education & its relationship to students' learning expereinces. In: 2011 DEFSA Conference: 20/20 Design Vision; 7-9 Sep 2011, Johannesburg, South Africa.
Cham, Karen (2008) Reality jamming: beyond complex causality in mediated cultural systems. In: International Symposium on Electronic Art; 25 Jul - 3 Aug 2008, Singapore.
Clarke, J.L. and Pretlove, S. (2011) To what extent do sustainable buildings encourage sustainable behaviour? In: SB11 Helsinki World Sustainable Building Conference; 18 - 21 Oct 2011, Helsinki, Finland. (Unpublished)
Cook, G.K., Yohannes, I., Dalke, H. and Camgoz, N. (2005) Lighting multi-modal transport intersections for visually impaired travellers. In: Licht fur den Menschen = Lighting for humans = Lumiere pour l'homme: 10th European Lighting Conference; 19 - 21 Sep 2005, Berlin, Germany. (Unpublished)
Corso, Alessio, Dalke, Hilary, Stott, Laura and Krieger, Uta (2009) Designing environments for the elderly: measuring and tracing the shifts in emotional responses. In: MINET Conference: Measurement, sensation and cognition; 10 - 12 Nov 2009, Teddington, U.K..
Dalke, H, Corso, A, Conduit, G and Riaz, A (2012) Visibility prediction software: five factors of contrast perception for people with vision impairment in the real world. In: Langdon, Patrick , Clarkson, John , Robinson, Peter , Lazar, Jonathan and Heylighen, Ann, (eds.) Designing inclusive systems: designing inclusion for real-world applications. London, U.K. : Springer. pp. 93-102. ISBN 9781447128663
Dalke, H, Corso, A, Conduit, G and Riaz, A (2012) Visibility prediction software: five factors of contrast perception for people with vision impairment in the real world. In: CWUAAT: 6th Cambridge Workshop on Universal Access and Assistive Technology; 27-29 Mar 2012, Cambridge, U.K.. (Unpublished)
Dalke, H., Conduit, G.J., Conduit, B.D., Cooper, R.M., Corso, A. and Wyatt, D.F. (2010) A colour contrast assessment system: design for people with visual impairment. In: 5th Cambridge Workshop on Universal Access and Assistive Technology: Designing inclusive interactions; 22 - 25 Mar 2010, Cambridge, U.K..
Dalke, Hilary (2011) Designing appropriate colour contrast into the built environment. In: Changing User Behaviour in Buildings; 24 Mar 2011, London, U.K..
Dalke, Hilary (2010) Let there be light: the importance of lighting and colour in hospitals. Hospital Healthcare Europe, ISSN (print) 1744-9421
Dalke, Hilary (2011) Living with dementia: how design can make a difference. In: Environments for ageing 2011; 20 - 22 Mar 2011, Atlanta, U.S.. (Unpublished)
Dalke, Hilary, Conduit, Gareth, Conduit, Bryce and Corso, Alessio (2009) Measurement for a more visible world: colour contrast and visual impairment. In: MINET Conference: Measurement, sensation and cognition; 10 - 12 Nov 2009, Teddington, U.K..
Grandfield, Geoffrey [Illustrator] (2012) Cover design and 8 black and white illustrations for "No cloak, no dagger" by Benjamin Cowburn. (Book illustration). London, U.K. : The Folio Society.
Grandfield, Geoffrey [Illustrator] (2008) Cover design and 8 black and white illustrations for "Touching the void" by Joe Simpson. (Book illustration). London, U.K. : The Folio Society.
Grandfield, Geoffrey [Illustrator] (2008) Editorial illustrations in 'The Guardian' newspaper and 'Weekend' magazine. (Illustration). London, U.K. : Guardian Media Group.
Hornbuckle, Rosie (2010) Design and the material cycle: an investigation into secondary material use in design practice. (PhD thesis), Kingston University.
Kenning, Dean (2015) Thinking through art: the social body mind map. In: Addison, Nicholas and Burgess, Lesley, (eds.) Learning to teach art and design in the secondary school: a companion to school experience. 3rd ed. Abingdon, U.K. : Routledge. ISBN 9780415842884
Micklethwaite, Paul (2012) Book Review of: 'Open design now: why design cannot remain exclusive' by Bas van Abel, Lucas Evers, Roel Klaassen and Peter Troxler. The Design Journal, 15(4), pp. 493-496. ISSN (print) 1460-6925
Micklethwaite, Paul (2015) Immaterial culture? The (un)sustainability of screens. In: Maxwell, Richard , Raundalen, Jon and Vestberg, Nina Lager, (eds.) Media and the Ecological Crisis. Abingdon, U.K. : Routledge. pp. 19-39. (Routledge research in cultural and media studie, no. 67) ISBN 9780415709231
Peldszus, Regina and Dalke, Hilary (2009) Design for the psychological habitability of spacecraft on extended exploratory missions. In: IASDR 2009 - Rigor and relevance in design; 18-22 Oct 2009, Seoul, Korea.
Peldszus, Regina and Dalke, Hilary (2009) Light and colour design challenges in extreme environment habitation. In: Integration of Design and Science: Light, Materials, Colour and Environment; 24 Jun 2009, London, U.K..
Peldszus, Regina, Dalke, Hilary and Welch, Chris (2010) Science fiction film as design scenario exercise for psychological habitability: production designs 1955-2009. In: AIAA 2010-6109: 40th International Conference on Environmental Systems; 11 - 15 Jul 2010, Barcelona, Spain.
Peldszus, Regina and Dalke, Hilary (2010) Spaceflight settings as laboratory for critical design. In: Negotiating futures: design fiction: 6th Swiss Design Network Conference; 28 - 30 Oct 2010, Basel, Switzerland.
Phillips, David and Yamashita, Megumi (2013) Detail in contemporary residential architecture 2. London, U.K. : Laurence King. 224p. ISBN 9781780671758
Renton, Lucy [Research team member], Postle, Paul [Research team member], Gale, Cathy [Research team member] and Blair, Bernadette [Research team head] (2012) Presentation on Open Educational Resources in FADA. In: Practising Open Education: developing the potential of open educational resources in art, design & media; 15 Sep 2012, Kingston upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)
Self, James, Dalke, Hilary and Evans, Mark (2009) Industrial design tools and design practice: an approach for understanding relationships between design tools and practice. In: IASDR 2009 - Rigor and relevance in design; 18-22 Oct 2009, Seoul, Korea.
Self, James and Dalke, Hilary (2009) The character of design tools: a framework for describing the character of design tools and their relationship to industrial design practice. In: IASDR 2009 - Rigor and relevance in design; 18-22 Oct 2009, Seoul, Korea.