Founded by Ximena Ulibarri. Peer-reviewed, biannual, and bilingual publication by the Escuela de Diseño of the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Diseña promotes research in all areas of Design. Its specific aim is to promote critical thought about methodologies, methods, practices, and tools of research and project work.

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Society, Design and Technology (SDT) Seminar

2018-08-29

The Society, Design and Technology (SDT) Seminar is a space for interdisciplinary reflection among academics from various fields that is meant to promote discussion of the cultural, political and ethical implications of designs, imaginaries and uses of digital technologies in contemporary societies.

The seminar is made possible with the support of:

-Fondecyt Regular Grant 1180062. Researcher: Martín Tironi, Guest Editor Diseña 11 (Design and Politics) and Diseña Editorial Board member.

-Diseña

-Escuela de Diseño UC

CFP DISEÑA 14: DESIGN METHODS

2018-05-28

This edition aims to contribute to the methodological debate through the publication of works in which the method becomes relevant. Works that explore methods for composing research problems, for gathering information, for co-creation, for developing participatory processes, for transferring research findings to the industry, for getting to know the user, for speculation, for eval­uation and analysis, among others, are welcome.

The call is twofold: on the one hand, we invite design researchers to present contributions that account for the use of new methodological repertoires or for the creative use of traditional methods. On the other hand, we call researchers from other disciplines (especially anthropologists, sociologists, and historians) interested in the various design methods to present contributions that account for the results of their explorations.

If interested, please submit your manuscript in www.revistadisena.uc.cl by September 30, 2018.

No 13 (2018): Design-Led Research Into Matters of Concern

Edited by Stan Ruecker (University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign) this special issue of Diseña explores how design contributes to interdisciplinary research and discusses what tools designers have to take on a leading role in projects that cross disciplines and address 'matters of concern'.

Published: 2018-08-31

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