Design 2020

We would like to thank the organisers of Design 2020 for a fantastic virtual conference, with four papers presented by member of the group:

A FRAMING OF DESIGN AS PATHWAYS BETWEEN PHYSICAL, VIRTUAL AND COGNITIVE MODELS presented by David,

DEMOCRATISING DESIGN THROUGH SURROGATE MODEL CONVOLUTIONAL NEURAL NETWORKS OF COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN REPOSITORIES and

CO-WORD GRAPHS FOR DESIGN AND MANUFACTURE KNOWLEDGE MAPPING presented by James, and

LOOKS LIKE BUT DOES IT FEEL LIKE? INVESTIGATING THE INFLUENCE OF MASS PROPERTIES ON USER PERCEPTIONS OF RAPID PROTOTYPES presented by Harry.

The conference was an exemplar of virtual conferencing, demonstrating how people can be brought together without being together and all who attended from the lab found it a great opportunity to discuss and develop ideas. All of the papers are now available via the links above and are open access – so you can read them without any subscription. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact us!

Coming up, we have the ICED 2021 deadline which we’re looking forward to submitting some of our current work to. Fingers crossed the world is a little more normal by then!

Harry Felton

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