Design Management Academy | 7-9th June 2017 Hong Kong*
Hosted by the Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Full papers submission deadline: *15th November 2016 *
Full details of submission processes and timelines available from:
25th – 26th November, 2016
“The future appears as the space of possible states”
As a research now is becoming a cornerstone of an art and design practice and advanced education throughout Europe, the necessity to address the future of art, design and art academies emerges. Even more, as teachers and researchers of art and design, we are responsible for of the future role of art and design in our society.
Continuing with the Centenary Art Future project the Art Academy of Latvia organizes the conference “Art Future & Future State”. The aim of the conference is to address the future state of art and design, relations between art and design education and artistic and design research particularly considering these relations as means of being capable to model, shape and transform our future.
Design Management Academy 2017 Hong Kong
Research Perspectives on Creative Intersections
Hosted by the Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Full papers submission deadline: 15th November 2016
Conference dates: June 7–9, 2017 Hong Kong
Full details of submission processes and timelines available from: http://designmanagementacademy.com/dma2017/
The Design Management Academy’s international research conference will be hosted by the School of Design School at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. The DMA International Research Conference is organised under the auspices of the Design Society’s Design Management Special Interest Group (DeMSIG) and Design Research Society’s Design Innovation Management Special Interest Group (DIMSIG) in collaboration with: Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Loughborough University, Tsinghua University, University of Strathclyde and Delft University of Technology.
The field of Fashionable and Wearable Interaction is indeed emerging—and in many different directions, with different definitions, different models, different implementations. This special issue of the International Journal of Design aims to reflect on the status quo and to find new paths toward a maturity in this area of research. We are seeking high-quality, original papers that address conceptual, theoretical, methodological, and practical issues of designing for fashionable interaction—papers that will serve to enhance the overall body of design knowledge that bridges these different disciplines.
Experience Design for Multiple Customer Touchpoints
Workshop in conjunction with NordiCHI’16 conference
We warmly welcome Nordes people both from industry and academia to our touchpoint design workshop in Göteborg! The workshop will be held October, 24, 2016.
For other information, please visit the conference web site: conference web site
The deadline for short position papers has been extended to August 25. However, earlier submissions are most welcome.
We invite contributions from professionals, academics and students to address the following questions with their own research, projects and experiences: What is Design for the Next? And what is the “Next” focus of Design?
The Conference is organized into 9 parallel tracks in order to address 9 wide fields of Design for Next… Each track will center around a keyword to engage and tackle the different fields of Design research and practice. Together, in this process, we will draw the big picture of Next Design…
ESTHETICS | ECONOMY | EDUCATION | ENVIRONMENT | HEALTH | INDUSTRY | SOCIETY | TECHNOLOGY | THINKING
Please see complete tracks description here: http://www.designfornext.org/tracks.html
You can download the complete conference, call and track document here: http://www.designfornext.org/assets/custom/files/EAD12-Design_for_Next-CALL.pdf
At the time of big changes in designer profession globally, the Nordic Forum for Design History Studies conference 2016 turns to examine design education. The conference aims to map the history of design education in the Nordic countries and to survey what is the status of research in this area today. The conference will reflect critically on how the history of professional education is linked to the writing of Nordic design histories and what are the relevant methods of research here.
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The staff and students of Tongji D&I welcome you. We hope that you will join us in Shanghai on October 15-16 for an intimate, interactive conference on Design in Complexity.
Tongji University College of Design and Innovation has extended the deadline for submitting cases:
The deadline for submitting case proposals is July 29.
The deadline for notifying authors of acceptance is August 15.
The deadline for delivering the final case proposal is August 31.
Full information is available at this UTL:
We organize a workshop at NordiCHI’16 conference, in which we aim to bring service, marketing, and (human-computer) interaction designers together. Nordes people are warmly welcome!
The call for papers is at https://blogs.aalto.fi/multixd and below.
August 1st, 2016 – Deadline for papers
September 3, 2016 – Notification of acceptance
October 23rd or 24th – Workshop (one full day)
Multi-touchpoint design; Experience design; Service design; Omnichannel design; User experience; Customer experience; Brand experience
Call for papers for our academic publication called “BASE design & innovation” under the framework of “DESIGN AND INNOVATION FOR 21ST CENTURY EDUCATION”
INSTRUCTIVE FOR PUBLICATION
Each piece that will be published by Base Diseño e Innovación must: