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  • Susilawati, Connie; Ge, Janet (Queensland University of Technology, 2013)
    Many Australian families are unable to access homeownership. This is because house prices are very high to the severely or seriously unaffordable level. Therefore, many low income families will need to rely on affordable ...
  • Holmes, Matt; Crews, Keith; Ding, Grace (Arizona State University, 2012)
    Supply Chain Management (SCM) originated in the manufacturing industry and then in the construction industry in the mid 1990s. SCM is the management of the entire supply chain instead of individual parts or processes. Its ...
  • Walden, Roderick; Kokotovich, Vasilije (Griffith Institute for Educational Research, 2012)
    Often Industrial Design students at the tertiary level, and Design & Technology students at the secondary level, complete a major project in their final year. These projects may be framed as being self-initiated design ...
  • Loke, Lian; Khut, Poonkhin (The Association for Computing Machinery - ACM, 2011)
    In our approach to body-focused interactive art, the tangible material with which we craft interactional aesthetic experiences is body experience. Touch and proprioception become primary materials for exploration and ...
  • Kokotovich, Vasilije (Organizing Committee of TMCE 2012, 2012)
    If something is designed and built, it was made purposefully. Design is about intent, planning, and sticking to the 'The Plan'. As we evolve design solutions to various design problems and various aspects of the design ...
  • Mak, Michael; Ge, Janet (CIB, 2010)
    Interactions between humans and environments are a part of an everyday process. In the western contemporary architecture, these interactions with the natural and man-made environment called Sustainable or Green Design. ...
  • Ding, Grace; Crews, Keith; Thomas, Doug (Istanbul Technical University, 2012)
    A large proportion of traditional Australian homes contained timber floors and timber exterior cladding until the advent of the standard concrete slab/brick veneer house. Up to 95% of new homes are built by project home ...
  • Macdonald, Heather (State of Australian Cities Research Network, 2013)
    In the five years since the GFC began, Australia has experienced very different housing market impacts than most other Anglo economies. Housing prices did not crash, and homeowners remain relatively stable. Nevertheless, ...
  • Pollack, Julien; Costello, Kerry; Crawford, Lynn; Bently, Leslie (Publishing House of Electronics Industry, 2006)
  • Antoniades, Hera (International Association of Technology, Education and Development (IATED), 2012)
    Traditional accounting and business subjects are usually assessed via an assortment of quizzes, class tests and a formal exam. This method of assessment can be viewed as being inflexible and does not offer the student the ...
  • Kokotovich, Vasilije (University of New South Wales, 2010)
    In this paper we suggest strategies and techniques for attaining sustained innovation via the suspension of developing concrete embodiments in favour of maintaining more abstract conceptualisation in early phases of the ...
  • Kokotovich, Vasilije; Barker, Tom (Springer-Verlag, 2010)
    This paper considers pedagogical strategies and techniques in design for attaining sustained innovation collaboratively, in order to assist in the New Product Design process and enhance opportunities for creating truly ...
  • Kokotovich, Vasilije (University of New South Wales, 2010)
    Technological change is increasing at an exponential rate. As the technological future unfolds, the balance of theory and praxis will become increasingly important. Research emanating from MIT suggests that Design ...
  • Er, Michael (IEEE, 2008)
    Mobile technology offers the potential to connect the mobile worker with information resources which would normally be available in an office setting. Such devices could improve the competency of these workers when making ...
  • Lulham, Rohan (The Design Society, 2013)
    Theory that informs and invigorates designers in how to think about, research and understand human experience is increasingly important to the development of the field of design (Demir, Desmet & Hekkert 2009). In this paper ...
  • Perin, Gavin (University of South Australia, 2013)
    Post-Critical and Affect Theory discourse rejects the conventional transaction between theory, critique and design because it trades the artifact?s sovereignty for theory?s gift of legitimacy. Foucault?s suggestion that ...
  • Heathcote, Kevan (Interline Publishing, 2007)
  • Van Der Bijl-Brouwer, Mieke; Van Der Voort, Mascha (IASDR, 2013)
    Within design teams, knowledge of the variety of situations in which products are used remains often unshared. Furthermore these 'dynamic and diverse use situations' are not always applied consistently to contextualize use ...
  • Viitanen, Kauko; Falkenbach, Heidi; Sipil, Tuomo; Mangioni, Vince (International Federation of Surveyors, 2012)
    This paper looks at the current structure of ownership of 3D property rights and the need for reassembly of property in the cities of Sydney and Helsinki. This comparison is made in context of the competing needs of existing ...
  • Perin, Gavin; Bowman, Christopher (ISEA International, the Australian Network for Art & Technology and the University of Sydney, 2013)
    This paper theoretically situates research that explores motion capture data visualization using customized software tools such as MxCap.01. The value of software like MxCap.01 lies in its visualization capabilities including ...