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Jocelyn Bailey The politics of social design: how are the concepts and practices of social design challenged, compromised, extended or filtered by engagement with political structures?

Janet Aspley Hillbilly deluxe: rhinestone tailoring, country music and change in the American South 1947 – present

Jennifer Roberts First World War women munitions’ workers, their dress and the legacy of images in historical discourse

Matthew Plummer-Fernandez Making algorithms public: rendering visible the operations and politics of algorithmic systems through critical design

Olga Noronha An inquiry into how jewellery ‘becomes the body’ Charlotte Jais Human factors design for dementia care environments

Gionata Gatto The Plan-Bot, more-than-human socialities and the scientific construction of speculative facts: an exploration at the intersection between Plant Neurobiology and Speculative (Critical) Design (SCD)

Francesco Mazzarella The Service Designer Making Sense of Sustainable Futures: A Framework for Social Innovation and Sustainability within Textile Artisans’ Communities

Marie Lefebvre Investigation of the commercial sustainable design and design for sustainable behaviour (DfSB) literature for practical application in the context of the circular economy

Helen McGilp The design process in fashion: an analysis of the methods used in recording, reviewing and articulating design development within the fashion industry

Tanveer Ahmed Fashioning Inequalities?

Marie Leahy In what ways might the modification of the design and content of illustrated books
extend the reading life of people with early‐stage Alzheimer’s disease?

Andrew McIlwraith Creating better museum plans: an empirical approach to designing printed
and digital museum plans that allow for a better visitor experience

David Brezina Structural analysis of text typefaces for selected world scripts: a systematic approach
to stylistic consistency in multilingual environments

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