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Perspectives on design creativity and innovation research

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  • Chris McMahon
  • Udo Lindemann
  • John S. Gero
  • Larry Leifer
  • Martin Steinert
  • Ernest Edmonds
  • Gabriela Goldschmidt
  • Linda Candy
  • Mary Lou Maher
  • David C. Brown
  • Dorian Marjanović
  • Yoram Reich
  • Steven M. Smith
  • Petra Badke-Schaub
  • Ricardo Sosa
  • Rivka Oxman
  • Samuel Gomes
  • Gavin Melles
  • Toshiharu Taura
  • Kazuhiro Ueda
  • Barbara Tversky
  • Cynthia J. Atman
  • Amaresh Chakrabarti
  • Joaquim Lloveras
  • Yukari Nagai
  • Andy Dong
  • Gaetano Cascini
  • Bernard Yannou
  • Shinji Nishiwaki
  • Ashok K. Goel
  • Yan Jin
  • Julie Linsey
  • Kees Dorst
  • Armand Hatchuel
  • Ian Gwilt
  • Thomas J. Howard
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<mark>Journal publication date</mark>1/01/2013
<mark>Journal</mark>International Journal of Design Creativity and Innovation
Issue number1
Volume1
Number of pages42
Pages (from-to)1-42
Publication statusPublished
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

The aim of this extended editorial is to offer a perspective on design creativity and innovation research on the occasion of launching the International Journal of Design Creativity and Innovation. Thirty six members of the editorial board present their expectations, views, or opinions on the topics of the journal. All of these articles are presented in Section 2. In Section 3, summaries of the 36 articles are consolidated. This editorial also analyzes keywords from each of the articles, and the results are visualized in Section 4. The keyword analysis covers not only those words taken directly from each of the articles but also the implicit keywords that are suggested by the explicit ones. We believe this extended editorial will help the researchers, in particular young researchers, comprehend the essence of design creativity and innovation research and obtain a clue to tackle the new discipline.