Design decision-making and materials: research agendas and gathering evidence
journal contributionposted on 30.06.2010 by Eddie Norman, Owain F. Pedgley, Rhoda Trimingham
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This paper describes the development of the research agendas for three PhD research projects which took place over the last two decades in the Department of Design and Technology at Loughborough University. The emergence of these agendas in relation to their eras is described and the data gathering methods developed to pursue them noted. The paper is intended to support teachers, designers and other researchers in the early stages of the design of their research projects.