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LIVD: An Avant-Garde Publication With Pedagogical and Epistemological Aims 

Meredith James 

Portland State University, USA 

mejames@pdx.edu

Keywords: design management; industrial design; marketing; consumer products

Abstract

Similar to modernist avant-garde publications like “Bauhausbücher (Bauhaus Books)” the contemporary publication “LIVD" incorporates theories and research that feed into and out of a (graphic / 2D) design discourse, linking these theories with practice and education. LIVD includes contributions from practitioners, students, and educators, seeking a balance with both epistemological and pedagogical aims.

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Cite this paper: James, M. (2016). LIVD: An Avant-Garde Publication With Pedagogical and Epistemological Aims. Proceedings of DRS 2016, Design Research Society 50th Anniversary Conference. Brighton, UK, 27–30 June 2016.

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