Items where SHU Author is "Atkinson, Paul"
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PINTO, Raul, ATKINSON, Paul, VIEIRA, Joaquim and CARVALHAIS, Miguel (2015). Designing with biological generative systems : choice by emotion. In: xCoAx 2015, Computation, Communication, Aesthetics & X:, Glasgow, Scotland, 25-26 June 2015. (Unpublished)
ATKINSON, Paul, BATEMAN, Roger, GWILT, Alison and HANSON, Maria (2015). Space|Time|Place : enabling participation in design research for higher education staff. In: The Value of Design Research, 11th International European Academy of Design Conference, Paris, 22-24th April 2015. (Unpublished)
ATKINSON, Paul (2014). ENIAC versus Colossus and the early presentation of electronic computers. In: 2014 Annual Design History Society Conference : Design for War and Peace, Department for Continuing Education, University of Oxford, 4th-6th September 2014. (Unpublished)
ATKINSON, Paul (2014). Room with a VDU: The Development of the ‘Glass House’ in the Corporate Workplace. Interiors, 5 (1), 89-115.
CRUICKSHANK, Leon and ATKINSON, Paul (2013). Closing in on open design: comparing casual and critical design challenges. In: Proceedings of the 10th European Academy of Design Conference, Gothenburg. [Gothenburg], University of Gothnburg/European Academy of Design.
PINTO, Raul, CARVALHAIS, Miguel and ATKINSON, Paul (2013). Generative designing with biological systems - searching for production tools aimed at individualization. In: Proceedings of the 10th European Academy of Design Conference, Gothenburg. [Gothenburg], University of Gothenburg/European Academy of Design.
DEXTER, Matt, ATKINSON, Paul and DEARDEN, Andrew (2013). Open design and medical products: irreconcilable differences, or natural bedfellows? In: Proceedings of the 10th European Academy of Design Conference, Gothenburg. [Gothenburg], University of Gothenburg/European Academy of Design.
DEXTER, Matt, ATKINSON, Paul and DEARDEN, Andrew (2011). Health products; designed with, not for, end users. In: YOXALL, Alaster, (ed.) Proceedings of the 1st European Conference on Design 4 Health, Sheffield. Sheffield Hallam University, 110-121.
ATKINSON, Paul, UNVER, Ertu, MARSHALL, Justin and DEAN, Lionel T (2009). Post Industrial Manufacturing Systems: the undisciplined nature of generative design. In: Undisciplined! Design Research Society Conference 2008, Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield, UK, 16-19 July 2008.
ATKINSON, P. (2008). A bitter pill to swallow: the rise and fall of the tablet computer. Design issues, 24 (4), 3-25.
MARSHALL, Justin, UNVER, Ertu and ATKINSON, Paul (2007). AutoMAKE : generative systems, digital manufacture and craft production. In: 10th Generative Art Conference, Milan, 13-15 December 2007. (Unpublished)
ATKINSON, P. (2007). The best laid plans of mice and men: the computer mouse in the history of computing. Design issues, 23 (3), 46-61.
ATKINSON, Paul (2007). Design disasters in the history of computing. In: BALCIOĞLU, Tevfic, TOMBUŞ, Özlem Çağlar and IRKDAŞ, Derya, (eds.) EAD 07 conference proceedings : dancing with disorder: design, discourse, disaster. Izmir, Turkey, European Academy of Design/Izmir University of Economics, 797-806.
ATKINSON, Paul (2006). The best laid schemes o’ mice and men : the evolution of the computer mouse. In: DE RIJK, Timo and DRUKKER, J. W., (eds.) Design and Evolution : Proceedings of Design History Society Conference 2006. Delft, Netherlands, Delft University of Technology, 1-20.
DEAN, Lionel, T, ATKINSON, Paul and UNVER, Ertu (2005). Evolving individualised consumer products. In: JONAS, Wolfgang, (ed.) Design system evolution : the application of systemic and evolutionary approaches to design theory, design practice, design research and design education. Proceedings of the 6th European Academy of Design Conference. Bremen, Germany, Hochschule für Künste Bremen (University of the Arts, Bremen), 1-19.
ATKINSON, P. (2005). Man in a briefcase: the social construction of the laptop computer and the emergence of a type form. Journal of design history, 18 (2), 191-205.
ATKINSON, Paul and BENINCASA, Caterina (2004). Feeling follows function : gendered responses to the teaching of material culture. In: 4th International Conference on Design History & Design Studies (ICDHS), Universidade de Guadalajara, Mexico, 1-5th November 2004. (Unpublished)
ATKINSON, Paul (2004). Post-industrial manufacturing systems : the impact of emerging technologies on design, craft and engineering processes. In: BURNETT, Gordon, (ed.) Challenging craft : International Conference 8-10 Sept. 2004. Aberdeen, Scotland, Gray's School of Art, Robert Gordon University.
UNVER, Ertu, DEAN, Lionel T. and ATKINSON, Paul (2003). ‘Future Factories’: developing individualised production methods. In: AED 2003 : 3rd International Conference on Advanced Engineering Design. Prague, Czech Republic, Process Engineering Publisher, 1-9.
ATKINSON, Paul, DEAN, Lionel, T. and UNVER, Ertu (2003). ‘Future factories’: teaching Techné. In: Techné: Design Wisdom: The 5th European Academy of Design Conference, Universitat te Barcelona, April 2003. (Unpublished)
ATKINSON, Paul and BEALE-PARRY, Joanna (2002). Design history on the periphery of design practice. In: Mind the Map: Design History Beyond Borders The 3rd ICDHS conference, Istanbul Technical Unibversity, 9-12 July 2002. (Unpublished)
ATKINSON, Paul (2001). The material culture of the laptop. In: Material and Ideal: things in time and space. A research conference on material matters, University of the Arts, Helsinki/ Design Museum, Helsinki, 18th-20th May 2001. (Unpublished)
ATKINSON, Paul (2001). The laptop : design or desire? In: COOPER, Rachel and BRANCO, Vasco, (eds.) Desire designum design : 4th European Academy of Design conference proceedings. Aveiro, Portugal, Universidade de Aveiro, 390-395.
SWINDELLS, S, ATKINSON, Paul and SIBLEY, M (2001). The professionals : contrasting professionalism within art, design and architecture practice and education. In: NORMAN, E.W.L. and ROBERTS, P.H., (eds.) Idater 2001 : International Conference on Design and Technology Educational Research and Curriculum Development). Loughborough, Loughborough University, 130-134.
ATKINSON, P. (2000). The (In)Difference engine: explaining the disappearance of diversity in the design of the personal computer. Journal of design history, 13 (1), 59-72.
ATKINSON, Paul (1998). Computer memories: the history of computer form. History and technology, 15, 89-120.