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2021

Petrakis, Konstantinos and Wodehouse, Andrew and Hird, Abigail (2021) Physical prototyping rationale in design student projects : an analysis based on the concept of Purposeful Prototyping. Design Science. ISSN 2053-4701 (In Press)

2019

Petrakis, Konstantinos and Wodehouse, Andrew and Hird, Abigail; Bohemia, Erik and Kovacevic, Ahmed and Buck, Lyndon and Brisco, Ross and Evans, Dorothy and Grierson, Hilary and Ion, William and Whitfield, Robert Ian, eds. (2019) A quantitative analysis of prototype use found in students' projects. In: Towards a New Innovation Landscape. Institution of Engineering Designers, GBR. ISBN 9781912254057

Petrakis, Konstantinos and Hird, Abigail and Wodehouse, Andrew (2019) The concept of prototyping purpose : towards a new kind of taxonomic classification. Proceedings of the Design Society: International Conference on Engineering Design, 1 (1). pp. 1643-1652. ISSN 2220-4342

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