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Drake, Kristianne. The Photobook Show E. Project Report. None. (Unpublished)
Hannah, Jonny. (2011). The Hip. In: I Heart Design. Rockport, Beverly, Massachusetts, USA, pp. 138-139. ISBN 978-1-59253-682-5
Hannah, Jonny. (2009). Notes from McVouty. [Show/Exhibition]
Hannah, Jonny. (2010). An illuminating exhibition of new work from the legendary Jonny Hannah. [Show/Exhibition]
Heller, Steven and Anderson, Gail and Hannah, Jonny. (2010). New ornamental type: decorative lettering in the digital age. Thames & Hudson, London.
Jarvis, Peter. (2009). Illustrations commissioned by the Bargate Gallery for presentation to planning committee to develop the Bargate monument. [Image]
Jarvis, Peter. (2009). Illustrations published in Southern Daily Echo: Donations pour in for tribute to city fallen, p.7, 25/06/09. [Image] (In Press)
Jones, Mark. (2005). Design Consultancy (from concept to manufacture). UNSPECIFIED.
Jones, Mark. (2005). PillPress medical device for Rexcom Ltd, patented design. UNSPECIFIED.
Jones, Mark and Zuo, Hengfeng and Castle, Paul and Hope, Tony. (2001). An investigation into the sensory properties of materials. In: The Second International Conference on Affective Human Factors Design, Singapore 27-29 June 2001., Published by Asean Academic Press, London.
Konczak, Julian. 25 (Digital Landscapes). Hidrazone.
Konczak, Julian. The Interactive Forest. [Show/Exhibition]
Long, N. (2004). ‘S’ Book 2: interviews with graphic designers working in the music industry. Art Books International, London.. ISBN 1874044600
Long, N and Smith, Susie. (2006). ‘S’ Book 3: interviews with typographers. Art Books International, London. ISBN 1874011893
Long, N and Smith, Susie. (2007). ‘S’ Book 4: interviews with magazine designers. Art Books International, London. ISBN 978 187 4044 642
Long, N and Stable, Leo. (2005). The road. Art Books International, London. ISBN 1874011842
firstname.lastname@example.org, louise weir. Location drawing Shorne Shore. [Image] (Unpublished)
Moreton, Guy. (2012). From Elterwater to Eidsvatnet: All paths lead to water. In: Water: Image, 4th-6th July 2012, Plymouth University. (Unpublished)
Moreton, Guy. Guy Moreton – Unrecounted. [Show/Exhibition]
Moreton, Guy. Kome Til Deg i Tidende. [Artefact]
Moreton, Guy. (2014). Sustaining an out-of-placeness: some remarks on landscape, literature and photography. In: Of the Earth: Art, Photography, Writing and the Environment, 24-25th October 2014, Plymouth University. (Unpublished)
Moreton, Guy. (2014). Technology in ruins: Film, photography and the materiality of image. In: Expanded Photographies, 25–26th October 2012, Southampton Solent University. (Submitted)
Moreton, Guy. Thinking through landscape: The retreat as a creative condition. In: Art & Design Research Institute: Research Seminar, 5th December 2013, Middlesex University. (Unpublished)
Moreton, Guy. Wall to Wall. [Show/Exhibition]
Moszkowicz, Julia. (2011). Gestalt and Graphic Design: an exploration of the humanistic and therapeutic effects of visual organisation. Design Issues, August 2011, 27 (4), pp. 56-67
Moszkowicz, Julia. (2013). Re-Learning Postmodernism in the History of Graphic Design: A (Con)Textual Analysis of Design Journal in the Late 1960s. Journal of Design History., 6 February 2013, 26 (2),
Moszkowicz, Julia. (2013). American Pragmatism and Graphic Design: Retrieving the Historical and Philosophical Constitutions of a ‘Non-Theoretical’ Approach. Design Journal, September 2013, 16 (3), pp. 315-338 (In Press)
Moszkowicz, Julia. (2011). Lost in Translation: the emergence and erasure of 'new thinking' within graphic design criticism in the 1990s. Journal of Design History, 2011, 24 (3), pp. 241-254
Moszkowicz, Julia. (2013). Time and Narrative: how philosophical thinking can support the discipline of Illustration. VaroomLab, September 2013, 1 (1), pp. 45-58
Moszkowicz, Julia. (2013). Time, Narrative and the Gutter: how philosophical thinking can make something out of nothing. In: Cultural Expression and Formal Expression in the Graphic Novel. Inter-Disciplinary Press, UK, pp. 197-205. ISBN 978-1-84888-199-0
Pereda, Javier. Mask Spinner. [Artefact]
Ranchhod, A and Gurau, C and Gauzente, C. (2003). ‘To legislate or not to legislate’ A comparative exploratory study of privacy/personalisation factors affecting French, UK and US web sites. Journal of Consumer Marketing, 1 July 2003, 20 (7), pp. 652-664
Ranchhod, A and Gurau, Calin. (2007). Marketing strategies: a contemporary approach. FT Prentice Hall. ISBN 978 0273 70674 8
Ranchhod, Ashok. (2004). The changing nature of cyber-marketing strategies. Business Process Management Journal, 1 September 2004, 10 (3), pp. 262-276
Richards, Russell. (2012). 'Nebula' - A Chapter for 'Engaging the Heavens: Inspiration of Astronomical Phenomena V' 2012. In: Engaging the Heavens: Inspiration of Astronomical Phenomena. Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, Chicago, Illinois, USA, pp. 43-48. ISBN 978-1-58381-818-3
Weir, Louise. Location drawing Shorne Shore 2. [Image] (Unpublished)
Weir, Louise. Marsh Home. [Image] (In Press)
Weir, Louise. Miss Haversham. [Image] (Unpublished)
Weir, Louise. On The Marshes. [Image] (Unpublished)
Weir, Louise. On The Marshes 2. [Image] (Unpublished)
Zuo, H and Jones, Mark. (2007). Matrix of materials representation: on-line database containing information on material properties and aesthetics. UNSPECIFIED.
Zuo, H and Jones, Mark and Castle, Paul and Hope, Tony. (2001). An investigation into the sensory properties of materials. In: In Proceedings of The Second International Conference on Affective Human Factors Design. Singapore.
Zuo, H and Jones, Mark and Hope, Tony. (2005). Material texture perception in product design. In: Proceedings of International Conference - The Art of Plastics Design. Berlin, Germany 18-19 October 2005.
Zuo, H and Jones, Mark and Hope, Tony. (2004). A matrix of material representation. In: In Proceedings of International Conference – Futureground 17-21 November 2004, Published by Monash University Melbourne and Design Research Society, London. Edited by John Redmond, David Durling and Arthur de Bono.