Items where SHU Author is "Keyte, Julia"
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Number of items: 13.
KEYTE, Julia (2015). Objects in Purgatory brooch exchange : storytelling artefacts as agents for audience engagement. Studies in Material Thinking, 13, 1-16.
VAN BUSCH, Otto and KEYTE, Julia (2014). In the making : the 'Power to the People' workshop track at Crafting the Future. The Design Journal, 17 (3), 379-402.
Conference or Workshop Item
KEYTE, Julia (2015). Hardware hopes : examining emotional connections to computers through creative story telling. In: PLATE (Product Lifetimes and the Environment) Conference, Nottingham Trent University, 17-19 June 2015. (In Press)
KEYTE, Julia (2014). The personal histories of things : keeping and caring. In: Custodians of Home, conference of the Centre for Studies of Home, Geffreye Museum, London, 31 January 2014. (Unpublished)
KEYTE, Julia (2014). The alternative history of a Victorian washstand set. In: ICDHS 2014 : Tradition, Transition, Trajectories: Major or Minor Influences?, Aveiro, Portugal, 9-11 July 2014.
KEYTE, Julia (2012). Possessions Unlimited. In: Sperkstret International Jewellery Conference, Bratislava, Slovakia, 10-12 October 2012.
KEYTE, Julia (2012). Objects in purgatory: how we live with uncherished gifts. In: Out of Control: 8th International Design & Emotion Conference, London, 11th-14th September, 2012. (Submitted)
FISHER, Tom, KEYTE, Julia and WOOD, Nicola (2009). Hands on - hands off on hitting your thumb with a virtual hammer. In: Undisciplined! Design Research Society Conference 2008, Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield, UK, 16-19 July 2008.
KEYTE, Julia (2007). Durable design: an opportunity for contemporary studio jewellery? In: EAD 07, Izmir University of Economics, Turkey, April 2007.
KEYTE, Julia (2014). Hardware Hopes exhibition at Manchester Maker Faire. [Show/Exhibition]
KEYTE, Julia (2013). Objects in purgatory: campaign badges. [Show/Exhibition]
KEYTE, Julia (2011). The Campaign for objects in purgatory: exhibition. [Show/Exhibition]
KEYTE, Julia (2007). Domestic plastic collection of jewellery. [Show/Exhibition]