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Dr Ollie Hemstock

Lecturer

Department: Northumbria School of Design

Ollie Hemstock

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Innovation Constellations as a systems approach to social design infrastructuring, Spencer, N., Simmons, H., Bailey, M., Hemstock, O., Carrion-Weiss, J. 3 Aug 2022, dmi: ADMC2022: Design as a Strategic Asset, Cambridge, US, Design Management Institute
  • Three degrees of influence in virtual workshops: towards an understanding of co-creative facilitation practice in technologically mediated settings, Hemstock, O., Bailey, M., Spencer, N., Simmons, H., Coombs, S., Carrion-Weiss, J., Richardson, C. 25 Jun 2022, Proceedings of DRS2022 Bilbao, London, Design Research Society
  • Exploring the strategic value of slow design: understanding potential benefits to the commercial setting, Hemstock, O. 2019
  • Slow knowledge in the ‘real world’: Using slow practice to actively engage commercial collaborators in doctoral research, Hemstock, O., Spencer, N. 31 May 2019, In: The Design Journal

  • Design Studies PhD July 29 2020
  • Design Studies MA January 18 2016


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