Design Research and Public Policy: Current Practice working to Intersect with Government

Sue Walker, Peter Lloyd

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Abstract

Design research is an academic and practical field of study that seeks to explore the ways in which design in any discipline area is produced, understood, and used. This paper presents some case studies of designers working both at the heart of the government as well as making use of new opportunities in procurement processes to undertake design research and offer creative solutions to long-standing policy ‘problems’.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherAssociate Parliamentary Group for Design and Innovation
Publication statusPublished - 7 Jul 2014

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    Walker, S., & Lloyd, P. (2014). Design Research and Public Policy: Current Practice working to Intersect with Government. Associate Parliamentary Group for Design and Innovation.