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Selected Journal Papers

Milton, A. Irish Design 2015: A Catalyst for Innovation, published in Iterations – Design Research and Practice Review, Issue 2, Ireland 2015, ISSN 2009-8243-112

Milton, A. Iterations, published in Iterations – Design Research and Practice Review, Issue 1, Ireland 2015, ISSN 2009-8243

Milton, A., Winton, E. and Hollis, E. Remodelling Home – Engaging the public in architectural and design debate through participatory design, published in Design Principles and Practices: An International Journal, Volume 5, USA 2011, ISSN 1833-1874

Milligan, A., Hollis, E., Milton, A., Plunkett, D., Hay, F. and Gigli, J. Rethinking Inside the Box: Reflections on the Interiors Forum Scotland 2007 Conference, published in IDEA Journal, Australia 2007, ISSN 1445/5412

Milton, A. Claystation – Creating an interface between people and the built environment, published in KEHO, PEACH Presence Research in Action ezine, Issue 2, Autumn 2007

Milton, A. and Rodgers, P. What Inspires Undergraduate Design Students published in The Design Journal, Volume 4, Issue 2, 2001 ISSN 1460-6965

Selected Refereed Conference Papers

Milton, A., and McMahon, C. Moving Education: a design led exploration of the impact of movement in the learning environment published in Consilience and Innovation in Design Proceedings and Program, IASDR, Tokyo, Japan 2013, ISBN 978-4-9980776-3-3 C3072

Milton, A., McMahon, C. & Dennehy, S. Task Furniture in Education: design, science and industry creating solutions to support 21st century learning published in Design Education – Growing our Future, Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Engineering and Product Design Education, Ed: Kovacevic, A., Lawlor, J. and Brian Parkinson, B. EPDE, Dublin 2013, ISBN 978-1904670421

Milton, A. Putting Students on the Map, published in New Perspectives in Design Education Volume 1, Clarke, A., Evatt, M., Hogarth, P., Lloveras, J. and Pons, L. (Eds.) UK 2008, ISBN 1-904670-04-0

Rodgers, P., Rogers, J., Anusas, M., Milton, A. et al. Product Scotland: Bringing designers, anthropologists, artists and engineers together, published in New Perspectives in Design Education Volume 1, Clarke, A., Evatt, M., Hogarth, P., Lloveras, J. and Pons, L. (Eds.) UK 2008, ISBN 1-904670-04-0

Milton, A. and Hughes, B. Seats of Learning – A Template for Design Modelling published in Educating Designers for a Global Context, Rothbucher, B., Kolar, M., Ion, B. and Clarke, A. (Eds.), Hadleys, UK 2006, ISBN 0955394201

Milton, A. and Titley, W. Designing Educators – The TLC Project published in Educating Designers for a Global Context, Rothbucher, B., Kolar, M., Ion, B. and Clarke, A. (Eds.), Hadleys, UK 2006, ISBN 0955394201

Milton, A. and Hughes, B. Claystation – Design Modelling and Creativity published in Crossing the Design Boundaries, Rodgers, P., Broadhurst, L. and Hepburn, D. (Eds.), Taylor and Francis, London 2005, ISBN 0415391180

Milton, A. and de Groot, C. Design Quest/Design Consciousness: Real Time Enquiry, 5th European Academy of Design, Barcelona 2003. Published online at: http://www.ub.es/5ead/PDF/1/GrootMilton.pdf

Milton, A. Filmic Design – A Hitchcockian Design Narrative, 5th European Academy of Design, Barcelona 2003. Published online at http://www.ub.es/5ead/PDF/8/Milton.pdf

Milton, A. Critical Vehicles – The creation of a conceptual road map for automotive design published in Making and Unmaking: Selected proceedings of the Design History Society 2000, ISBN 186137227 p.330 -339

Milton, A. and Rodgers, P. Design Futures – Future Designers published in Integrating Design Education Beyond 2000, Institute of Engineering Designers, Professional Engineering, 2000. ISBN 1860582656 p.115 – 120

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