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Cutting out the middle wo(man) - the implications of co-design and digital fabrication for the design profession

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Cutting out the middle wo(man) - the implications of co-design and digital fabrication for the design profession. / Carolan, Natasha; Cruickshank, Leon.

2010. Paper presented at FISCAR Design and Activity Theory Conference, Helsinki, Finland.

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Carolan, N & Cruickshank, L 2010, 'Cutting out the middle wo(man) - the implications of co-design and digital fabrication for the design profession', Paper presented at FISCAR Design and Activity Theory Conference, Helsinki, Finland, 1/05/10.

APA

Carolan, N., & Cruickshank, L. (2010). Cutting out the middle wo(man) - the implications of co-design and digital fabrication for the design profession. Paper presented at FISCAR Design and Activity Theory Conference, Helsinki, Finland.

Vancouver

Carolan N, Cruickshank L. Cutting out the middle wo(man) - the implications of co-design and digital fabrication for the design profession. 2010. Paper presented at FISCAR Design and Activity Theory Conference, Helsinki, Finland.

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Carolan, Natasha ; Cruickshank, Leon. / Cutting out the middle wo(man) - the implications of co-design and digital fabrication for the design profession. Paper presented at FISCAR Design and Activity Theory Conference, Helsinki, Finland.

Bibtex

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title = "Cutting out the middle wo(man) - the implications of co-design and digital fabrication for the design profession",
author = "Natasha Carolan and Leon Cruickshank",
year = "2010",
language = "English",
note = "FISCAR Design and Activity Theory Conference ; Conference date: 01-05-2010",

}

RIS

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