Daniel started his doctorate in digital comics in 2011, and is due to complete soon: My study seeks to understand how the key characteristics of the form of comics are impacted by digital mediation. During the study I have examined digital extensions and replacements for the page, videogame hybridisation, the challenges of architectural spatiality and the… Read More Student Profile: Daniel Goodbrey
The TVAD research group (Theorising Visual Art and Design) has announced their guest researcher for February 2016. Dr Daniel Huppatz from Swinburne University of Technology, Australia, is editor of , Design: Critical and Primary Sources and Unbounded: On the Interior and Interiority. Daniel’s research focuses predominantly on architecture and interiors, with expertise in Australian design history, modern Asian design, interior… Read More Visiting TVAD Researcher Announced
Academic mailing lists are a highly valuable source of ideas and support, and also help to keep you breast of current research and events in your field. If you are interested in attending or presenting at conferences, you will find Calls for Papers (CFPs) listed regularly. They also provide you with a large community of… Read More Some useful mailing lists
Gowhar began his DDes in 2014, and is embarking on a programme of research entitled Visual Peacemaking: a case study in visual languages. My research hypothesises that multiple language systems and their manipulation complicate religious communication. The Internet readily presents this manipulation and may entice young people towards religious conflict. Therefore, if the variation… Read More Student Profile: Syed Gowhar Andrabi
In order to apply for a DDes or DFA, you must submit a proposal of study that outlines the themes of your research project. The primary aim of the proposal is to identify the broad subject of your research, and the context in which your questions or issues arise. You will need to identify who else has… Read More How to write a proposal
Welcome to the new blog for the professional doctorates DDes and DFA in the School of Creative Arts at the University of Hertfordshire. The purpose of this blog is to allow students and staff to share their research and ideas with each other, and with the wider research community. Upcoming Event: 7-11 September 2015, Annual Symposium. During this… Read More Welcome!