Paper accepted for DCC’16 conference
We are pleased to announce that our paper, “A systematic review of protocol studies on conceptual design,” has been accepted for the 7th International Conference on Design Computing and Cognition (DCC’16).
We will be travelling to Northwestern University in Chicago, United States to present our work in the summer of 2016. The conference involves two days of workshops from 25th – 26th June, followed by three days of presentations and posters.
DCC is the largest international conference on design cognition, involving delegates and presenters from across the world. This year’s keynote speaker is Barbara Tversky, Professor Emerita of Psychology at Stanford University and Professor of Psychology at Columbia Teachers College. Professor Tversky has worked extensively with design cognition researchers over the past 20 years, focusing on areas such as memory, spatial thinking, and creativity.
Visit the conference website for more information on the programme.