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    • The Importance of Presencing in Creativity 

      Loudon, Gareth (Trifoss Business Press, 2020)
      Creativity needs to thrive inside and across organisations to help address the major global challenges we face. We review some key findings from creativity research and present a new model for creativity where the ideas ...
    • Participatory Design Research of Vegetable-based Snack Products with Adolescent Participants 

      Gilmour, Alice; Gill, Steve; Loudon, Gareth (The Design Society, 2020-08-26)
      The childhood obesity epidemic is often attributed to the widespread marketing of High Fat, Salt and Sugar (HFSS) foods. Currently, there is a lack of vegetable-based New Product Development (NPD) targeting adolescent ...
    • Slow Looking at Slow Art: the Work of Pierre Bonnard 

      Chamberlain, Rebecca; Pepperell, Robert (MIT Press, 2020)
      Slow looking is an increasingly prevalent strategy for enhancing visitor engagement in the gallery, yet there is little research to show why looking at artworks for longer should be beneficial. The curator of a recent ...
    • Neuroscience and Posthuman Memory 

      Pepperell, Robert (Palgrave Macmillan, 2016)
      In the early 1980s a remarkable piece of evidence was uncovered about the importance of the brain in our everyday conscious life, but it has not been widely discussed since. At that time a young man was given one of the ...
    • Improvements in and relating to image making 

      Pepperell, Robert; Burleigh, Alistair (United States Patent Application, 2015-12-17)
      A method of making an image of a scene (including a scene made by the method) generally corresponding to that perceived by the human brain via the human eyes, the method including the steps, in any Suitable order, of ...
    • Compassionate Design: a methodology for advanced dementia 

      Treadaway, Cathy; Fennell, Jac; Taylor, Aidan (Lab4Living, Sheffield Hallam University, 2020-07-01)
      Predicted increases in the numbers of people living into the advanced stages of dementia pose a significant problem for health and care providers around the world. Finding ways to ameliorate the distressing dementia symptoms ...
    • Design for dementia: Making spaces for uncertainty 

      Fennell, Jac; Treadaway, Cathy; Kenning, Gail (Centre for Design Innovation, Swinburne University of Technology, 2017-12-04)
      This paper presents research undertaken as part of the LAUGH project to explore design processes and design of hand held playful objects for people living with advanced dementia. A series of six co-design ...
    • 01101110 : An Audiovisual Installation Based on the Cellular Automaton Rule 110 

      Kontogeorgakopoulos, Alexandros; Klissouras, Odysseas (SMC - Sound and Music Computing Network, 2020-06-24)
      This paper presents and discusses in depth an interactive audiovisual installation created by the authors. The title of the work, 01101110, corresponds to the number 110 and refers to the Cellular Automaton (CA) Rule ...
    • Making Vegetables Desirable: Improving the Eating Habits of Wales’ Younger Generation 

      Gilmour, Alice (Cardiff Metropolitan University, 2020)
      Existing literature exposes poor eating habits and low vegetable consumption as rife amongst adolescents. Increased autonomy in relation to decision-making around food often follows the onset of secondary school education. ...
    • Multisensory instrumental dynamics as an emergent paradigm for digital musical creation 

      Leonard, James; Villeneuve, Jérôme; Kontogeorgakopoulos, Alexandros (Springer, 2020-07-07)
      The nature of human/instrument interaction is a long-standing area of study, drawing interest from fields as diverse as philosophy, cognitive sciences, anthropology, human–computer-interaction, and artistic creation. In ...
    • Young Adolescents' Experiences and Views on Eating and Food 

      Gilmour, Alice; Gill, Steve; Loudon, Gareth (Emerald, 2020-08-31)
      Purpose – Poor eating habits established during adolescence are likely to lead to negative long-term health consequences. The childhood obesity epidemic is a growing public health concern, largely attributed to obesogenic ...
    • Making HUGs: crafting wellbeing benefits through social manufacturing 

      Taylor, Aidan; Treadaway, Cathy; Fennell, Jac; Davies, Menai Sian (Intellect, 2020)
      New approaches to manufacturing that engage groups of individuals in collaborative making have the potential not only to generate economic benefit, but also to enhance the wellbeing of those involved. This article ...
    • Water resource management in the context of a non-potable water reuse case study in arid climate 

      Seguela, Geraldine; Littlewood, John; Karani, George (Springer, 2020-06-01)
      This study evaluates an existing non-potable water system serving outdoor services for a medical facility case study (MFCS) in Abu Dhabi (AD), United Arab Emirates, using mixed methods research to identify water demand ...
    • Capturing Research Value in Commercial Design Outputs 

      Al Batlouni, Dana (Cardiff Metropolitan University, 2020)
      Effective university-industry collaboration has become a major focus for governments in recent years. Universities are increasingly expected to play a greater role in the innovation system and evidence their contribution ...
    • An Evaluation of Offsite Timber Frame Manufacturer’s in Wales, UK 

      Zaccaro, Francesco; Littlewood, John; Lancashire, Robin; Newman, Gary; Hedges, D. (Springer, 2019-10-27)
      The Knowledge Economy Skills Scholarship two (KESS2) doctoral project undertaken by the first author has contributed research towards work package 4 (WP4) of the Home-Grown Homes project (HGHP), focused on disrupting the ...
    • Building Performance Assessment Protocol for Timber Dwellings – Conducting Thermography Tests on Live Construction sites 

      Littlewood, John; Waldron, D.; Newman, Gary; Hedges, D.; Zaccaro, Francesco (Springer, 2019-10-27)
      This paper introduces the pan-Wales (UK) Home-Grown Homes (HGH) project (2018 to 2020) which focusses on three areas of improvement for delivering high performance, affordable and healthy homes. The HGH project is funded ...
    • Developing management guidance for Government funded dwelling retrofit schemes to improve occupant quality of life 

      Jahic, Denis; Littlewood, John; Karani, George; Thomas, Andrew; Atkinson, Joanne; Kirrane, J. (Springer, 2019-10-27)
      This paper discusses a methodology for gathering empirical data on occupant views that live in dwellings retrofitted under the Arbed two scheme in wales, UK, and also the views of stakeholder’s that delivered and managed ...
    • Active Buildings in Practice 

      Clarke, Joanna; Jones, Paul; Littlewood, John; Worsley, Dave (Springer, 2019-10-27)
      This paper discusses the development and validation of a new Code of Practice for the design of Active Buildings, which will be the main output from a Professional Doctorate in the Sustainable Built Environment (D.SBE) ...
    • Holistic Dwelling Energy Assessment Protocol for Mine-water District Heat Network 

      Littlewood, John; Philip, B.; Evans, Nick; Radford, R.; Whyman, Anthony; Jones, P. (Springer, 2019-10-27)
      UK buildings and energy infrastructures are heavily dependent on natural gas, and a large proportion is used for domestic space heating; but 50% is imported. Improving energy security and reducing carbon emissions are major ...
    • Image and indeterminacy in Heidegger's schematism 

      Cazeaux, Clive (University of Michigan, 2020)
      This paper focuses on the work to which the concept of image is put by Heidegger in his retrieval of the schematism in Kant and the Problem of Metaphysics. Whereas the schematic role of the image is never fully developed ...