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CFP: Eighth International Conference on Design Principles and Practices
Location: UBC Robson Square, Vancouver, Canada
16-18 January 2014
This conference will address a range of critically important themes relating to design today. It is a place to explore the meaning and purpose of ‘design’, as well as speaking in grounded ways about the task of design and the use of designed artifacts and processes. The conference is a cross-disciplinary forum which brings together researchers, teachers and practitioners to discuss the nature and future of design. The resulting conversations weave between the theoretical and the empirical, research and application, market pragmatics and social idealism.
We are inviting proposals for paper presentations, workshops/interactive sessions, posters/exhibits, or colloquia (See Proposal Types). Proposal ideas that extend beyond these thematic areas will also be considered. For more information about the ideas and themes underlying this community, see Our Focus.
Virtual participation is available for those who are unable to attend the conference in person. Proposals for virtual presentations may be submitted at any time, up to the start of the conference. All conference registrants (in-person and virtual) may also submit their written papers for publication in the refereed Design Principles and Practices: An International Journal.
Final Registration Deadline 16 December 2013
Final Proposal Deadline 7 November 2013
Please visit http://designprinciplesandpractices.com/the-conference/call-for-papers for updated information.
Submit a Conference Proposal
To learn more about preparing and submitting your conference proposal, including guidelines, deadlines, and "how-to" information, go to http://designprinciplesandpractices.com/submitting-your-work
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