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Ensuring rigor in qualitative data analysis: A design research approach to coding combining NVivo with traditional material methods
(SAGE Publications, 2018)
Deep and insightful interactions with the data are a prerequisite for qualitative data interpretation, in particular, in the generation of grounded theory. The researcher must also employ imaginative insight as they attempt ...
Design history: Culture and contexts
Design in it’s widest definition, does not exist within it’s own paradigm. Many things affect design and it’s outcomes. Specific design disciplines influence, and are influenced by other creative areas and also by wider ...
Older adults and self-service banking: A user centred study into the behaviour of older adults interacting with automated teller machines, collected and synthesised using visual research methods
Older adults and self-service banking: a user centred study into the behaviour of older adults interacting with automated teller machines, collected and synthesised using visual research methods.
Learning in practice: Interview with Mathew Bates, Design Director, Design Partners
This article forms part of a Master’s Degree by research entitled ‘The Role of Practice Oriented Learning in Design & Creativity in an Irish Technological University'.
A design research framework to inform policy in Irish higher education
The landscape of higher education in Ireland is changing. In 2011, the National Strategy for Higher Education to 2030 was launched providing a blueprint for its future development. Part of this ongoing process will see the ...
Design as a catalyst for innovation in Irish industry. Evolution of the Irish innovation voucher initiative within Design+ Technology Gateway
(Taylor & Francis, 2019)
Innovation has been identified as a key driver for rebuilding the Irish economy. Design has been recognised as a strategic tool in delivering innovation. The difficulty is in understanding how designers utilise this ...