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Established in 1998, The Design Journal is an international, refereed journal covering all aspects of design. The journal welcomes articles on design in both cultural and commercial contexts. The journal is published four times a year and provides a forum for design scholars, professionals, educators, and managers worldwide. It publishes thought-provoking work that will have a direct impact on design knowledge and that challenges assumptions and methods, while being open-minded about the evolving role of design.

Publisher: Bloomsbury Journals (formerly Berg Journals)

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Volume 8, Number 1, March 2005

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Moving Design: To Design Emotion Through Movement
pp. 28-40(13)
Authors: Weerdesteijn, Jeske M. W.; Desmet, Pieter M. A.; Gielen, Mathieu A.

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The Professional Status of Designers: A National Survey of How Designers Are Perceived
pp. 52-60(9)
Authors: Smith, Gillian; Whitfield, T. W. Allan


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Design Secrets: Products 2: Cheryl Cullen and Lynn Haller
pp. 61-62(2)
Author: Denton, Howard

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