Distinguished and Most Read Articles
International Journal of Design Creativity and Innovation
About the prize
The editors and three members of the editorial advisory board of the International Journal of Design Creativity and Innovation (Prof. Pascal Le Masson, MINES ParisTech, France; Prof. Srinivasan Venkataraman, Indian Institute of Technology, India; and Prof. Milene Gonçalves, TU Delft, The Netherlands) have selected two distinguished papers of Volume 8 (2020). The selection was based primarily on the papers’ novelty, value for the field of design creativity and innovation, and scientific robustness.
We send congratulations to the winning authors who will also receive special Distinguished Paper Award Certificates. May this award also encourage all authors to continue submitting their best research work to the International Journal of Design Creativity and Innovation.
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Distinguished Papers of Vol. 8, 2020
|2020||Prabhu et al.||Additive creativity: investigating the use of design for additive manufacturing to encourage creativity in the engineering design industry||8||4|
|2020||Borgianni et al.||Forms of stimuli and their effects on idea generation in terms of creativity metrics and non-obviousness||8||3|
Most Read Articles in 2020
|2020||Scott T. Bryant et al.||Business model innovation by design: a review of design’s role in business model innovation||8||2|
|2020||Alex Julian Leeds et al.||Mapping associations: exploring divergent thinking through mind mapping||7||1-2|
|2020||Yuri Borgianni et al.||Forms of stimuli and their effects on idea generation in terms of creativity metrics and non-obviousness||8||3|
|2020||Rohan Prabhu et al.||Additive creativity: investigating the use of design for additive manufacturing to encourage creativity in the engineering design industry||8||4|
Editorials, articles with open access, distinguished papers, and most-read articles in previous years are excluded from this list.