In this section, you will find selected materials on Design, Web, Graphic and Fashion Design. Keep in mind that this is just a selection of the available sources, you should always use our main search engines to make sure you can retrieve the most suitable source for you case.

Universal methods of design: 100 ways to research complex problems, develop innovative ideas, and design effective solutions, by Bella Martin and Bruce Hanington is a comprehensive book that provides a thorough and critical presentation of 100 research methods, synthesis/analysis techniques, and research deliverables for human-centred design

The Journal of Interior Design is a scholarly, refereed publication dedicated to a pluralistic exploration of the interior environment. The Journal seeks to move the discipline forward by welcoming scholarly inquiry from diverse and interdisciplinary approaches, perspectives, and methods that actively explore and analyze the evolving definition of

Fashion Snoops (FS) is a premier consumer insight & trend forecasting company dedicated to empowering users with on-trend forecasts & strategic guidance in the fashion industry. FS was founded in the year 2000 to provide a powerful resource to designers and other experts looking to stay steps ahead of the competition and shifting trends in

A peer-reviewed publication that results from a commitment of the Research Center for Science and Technology of the Arts (CITAR) to promote knowledge, research and artworks in the field of the Arts. The Journal provides a distinctive forum for anyone interested in artistic research and practised-based research. JSTA publishes three issues annually

Design Research Through Practice: From the Lab, Field, and Showroom by Ilpo Kalevi Koskinen focus on one type of contemporary design research known as constructive design research. It looks at three approaches to constructive design research: Lab, Field, and Showroom. The book shows how theory, research practice, and the social environment create

In an age of globalization and connectivity, the idea of "mainstream culture" has become quaint. Websites, magazines, books, and television have all honed in on ever-diversifying subcultures, hoping to carve out niche audiences that grow savvier and more narrowly sliced by the day. Consequently, the discipline of graphic design has undergone a sea