Author(s): Hilary Collins
Leads the reader through the key knowledge, practices and skills of research methods in the study of design management and focuses on defining the research problem, deciding on a research process and undertaking a research project as a student at undergraduate or postgraduate level or as a practitioner within the creative fields.
"Excellent for teaching third year students for in-depth personal projects and MA students. Well presented". Rachel Mozley, University of Central Lancashire, UK. "We've been lokoing for literature we can use for creative research that covers multiple disciplines (in our case Fashion, Media and ICT for creative industries). This book is a welcome one." Rebecca Breuer, Amsterdam Fashion Institute, the Netherlands. "A good text for planning and carrying out research in Art disciplines - especially useful for undergraduate dissertations." David Rutherford, University of Chester, UK.
Hilary Collins is Director of Postgraduate Studies at Euromed, Toulon, France. She has extensive experience of teaching research methods and supervising dissertations at undergraduate and postgraduate level within design management and the creative industries. Hilary's recent research projects have included investigating the influences of multiple cultures on identity across the East and West and the implications for the field of design management.