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Journal Papers

Selection of the most relevant academic articles recently published by the Elisava Research team.


Abella Garcia, Ainoa, Laura Clèries Garcia, and Lluis Marco Almagro. 2020. “Framework of Emotional Dimensions: Definitions, Theories, and Measuring Tools for Design”. The International Journal of Design Management and Professional Practice 13(3): 13-29. 

Araya León, María José, Ainoa Abella, Ricardo Guasch, Alberto Estévez, and Javier Peña. 2019. “Emotional Analogous Data: Interaction in the Work Space”. Modern Environmental Science and Engineering 5(12): 1183-1194. 

Araya León, María José, Ainoa Abella, Ricardo Guasch, Alberto T. Estévez, Javier Peña. 2020. “Heterotopia work: correlation between the domestic built environment and home offices during COVID-19 confinement”. Strategic Design Research Journal 13(3).

Araya León, María José, Isabel Torres, and Fernanda Ramírez. 2020. “Arts and Crafts: For the Promotion of an Ecosystem of Culture, Knowledge, and Entrepreneurship”. The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Cultural Studies 15(1): 1-11.

Arrausi, Juan Jesús, and Paulina Montenegro. 2020. “Soporte al profesorado novel en diseño y comunicación. Workbook: Cosas de profes”. Grafica 8(15): 17-31.

Clèries, Laura, and Andrew Morrison. 2020. “Design futures now: Literacies and making”. Temes de Disseny 36: 8-15.

Diez, Tomas, Oscar Tomico, and Mariana Quintero. 2020. “Exploring Weak Signals to Design and Prototype for Emergent Futures”. Temes de Disseny 36: 70-89.

Guasch, Blanca, Marta González, Sergi Cortiñas. 2020. “Educational toolkit based on design methodologies to promote scientific knowledge transfer in secondary schools: A graphene-centered case study”. Journal of Technology and Science Education 10(1):17-31.

Nachtigall, Troy, Svetlana Mironcika, Oscar Tomico, and Loe Feijs. 2020. “Designing ultra-personalized product service systems”. CoDesign 16(4): 274-292.

Nimkulrat, Nithikul, Camilla Groth, Oscar Tomico, and Julia Valle-Noronha. 2020. “Knowing together: experiential knowledge and collaboration”. CoDesign 16(4): 267-273.

Pozo Puértolas, Rafael, and José Manuel Martínez Bouza. 2020. “Representation of the Contextual Framework of an Applied Research”. American Scientific Research Journal for Engineering, Technology, and Sciences 74(1): 15-30.

Zapata Campos, María José, Patrik Zapata, and Isabel Ordoñez. 2020. “Urban commoning practices in the repair movement: frontstaging the backstage”. Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space 52(6): 1150-1170.