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Rules of thumb : An experiment in contextual transposition. / Taylor, Damon; Buscher, Monika; Murray, Lesley; Speed, Chris; Zamenopoulos, Theodore.

Proceedings of the Design Research Society Conference 2016: 50th Anniversary Conference, 27-30th June 2016, Brighton. ed. / Peter Lloyd; Erik Bohemia. Vol. 3 Brighton : Design Research Society, 2016. p. 1123-1138 (Design Research Society Conference Proceedings 2016; Vol. 3).

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Taylor, D, Buscher, M, Murray, L, Speed, C & Zamenopoulos, T 2016, Rules of thumb: An experiment in contextual transposition. in P Lloyd & E Bohemia (eds), Proceedings of the Design Research Society Conference 2016: 50th Anniversary Conference, 27-30th June 2016, Brighton. vol. 3, Design Research Society Conference Proceedings 2016, vol. 3, Design Research Society, Brighton, pp. 1123-1138.

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Taylor, D., Buscher, M., Murray, L., Speed, C., & Zamenopoulos, T. (2016). Rules of thumb: An experiment in contextual transposition. In P. Lloyd, & E. Bohemia (Eds.), Proceedings of the Design Research Society Conference 2016: 50th Anniversary Conference, 27-30th June 2016, Brighton (Vol. 3, pp. 1123-1138). (Design Research Society Conference Proceedings 2016; Vol. 3). Brighton: Design Research Society.

Vancouver

Taylor D, Buscher M, Murray L, Speed C, Zamenopoulos T. Rules of thumb: An experiment in contextual transposition. In Lloyd P, Bohemia E, editors, Proceedings of the Design Research Society Conference 2016: 50th Anniversary Conference, 27-30th June 2016, Brighton. Vol. 3. Brighton: Design Research Society. 2016. p. 1123-1138. (Design Research Society Conference Proceedings 2016).

Author

Taylor, Damon ; Buscher, Monika ; Murray, Lesley ; Speed, Chris ; Zamenopoulos, Theodore. / Rules of thumb : An experiment in contextual transposition. Proceedings of the Design Research Society Conference 2016: 50th Anniversary Conference, 27-30th June 2016, Brighton. editor / Peter Lloyd ; Erik Bohemia. Vol. 3 Brighton : Design Research Society, 2016. pp. 1123-1138 (Design Research Society Conference Proceedings 2016).

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