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Distinguished and Most Read Articles

International Journal of Design Creativity and Innovation

About the prize

The editors in chief and managing editors of the International Journal of Design Creativity and Innovation, together with two invited authors whose papers received the Distinguished Paper Award of the previous volume (Professor Ricardo Sosa, Auckland University of Technology and Professor Peter Törlind, Luleå University of Technology), have selected two distinguished papers of Volume 5 (2017).

These papers are free to view only via this page until 30 September 2019. Simply click on the articles below to start reading.

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Distinguished articles of Volume 5, 2017

International Journal of Design Creativity and Innovation

Language: en-US

Publisher: tandf

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Most-read articles in 2017

2017Cara WrigleyPrinciples and practices of a design-led approach to innovation53-4
2017Nick Kelly & John S. GeroGenerate and situated transformation as a paradigm for models of computational creativity53-4
2017Kazjon Grace, Mary Lou Maher, Douglas Fisher & Katherine BradyData-intensive evaluation of design creativity using novelty, value, and surprise33-4
2017Dagny Valgeirsdottir, Balder Onarheim & Gorm GabrielsenProduct creativity assessment of innovations: considering the creative process32
2017Joel Sadler, Lauren Shluzas & Paulo BliksteinBuilding blocks in creative computing: modularity increases the probability of prototyping novel ideas53-4
2017Leyla Alipour, Mohsen Faizi, Asghar Mohammad Moradi & Gholamreza AkramiA review of design fixation: research directions and key factors61-2