References for Participatory Innovation

AIGA. “Designer of 2015 Trends.” AIGA | the Professional Association for Design.


Cooper, Alan. 2013. “Just Because Designers Should Know How to Code, and Should Have Coded, That Doesn’t Mean That Designers SHOULD Code.” Software Alchemist & Monkey Rancher. Accessed August 22.


Davis, Meredith. 2008. “Toto, I’ve Got a Feeling We’re Not in Kansas Anymore….” In Boston, MA.


Kolko, John. 2012. “Code Is Material: Why Designers Must Learn to Code.”Austin Center for Design Blog. June 26.


Kumar, Vijay and Patrick Whitney. 2007. “Daily Life, Not Markets: Customer-centered Design.” Journal of Business Strategy 28 (4): 46–58.


Lupton, Ellen. 2005. “The Re-Skilling of the American Art Student.” AIGA Voice. March 29.


National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD). 2013. “Draft I: Proposed Handbook Changes.”


Sanders, Elizabeth B.-N. 2005. “Information, Inspiration and Co-creation.” Bremen, Germany.


Sanders Elizabeth .B.-N, Eva Brandt, and Thomas Binder. 2010. “A Framework for Organizing the Tools and Techniques of Participatory Design.” ACM Int. Conf. Proc. Ser. ACM International Conference Proceeding Series: 195–198.


Seiden, Josh. 2013. “‘Designers Shouldn’t Code’ Is the Wrong Answer to the Right Question.” More Than This. August 3.


Treder, Marcin. 2013. “Should Designers Code?” UXPin. Accessed August 22.