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Bike Off 2 – catalysing anti-theft bike, bike parking and information design for the 21st century: an open innovation research approach

Thorpe, Adam and Gamman, Lorraine and Ekblom, Paul and Johnson, Shane D. and Sidebottom, Aiden (2009) Bike Off 2 – catalysing anti-theft bike, bike parking and information design for the 21st century: an open innovation research approach. In: Designing for the 21st century: volume 2. Interdisciplinary methods and findings. Gower Publishing Ltd., Farnham, England, pp. 238-257. ISBN 9781409402404 [Creative Arts and Design > Industrial/Product Design]
 
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Creators:Thorpe, Adam and Gamman, Lorraine and Ekblom, Paul and Johnson, Shane D. and Sidebottom, Aiden
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The chapter reviews the methodology developed and deployed within the Bike Off 2 project and notes the significance of this methodology in maximising research outputs and impact. The publication draws on research delivered within the Bike Off project to review best practice in relation to bike theft prevention. The guide was distributed to every US police force.

Type of Research:Book Section
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Lorraine Gamman Research Interests:

Design Against Crime as Socially Responsive Design (SRVD), using design to address social issues linked to products, public spaces and/or public services. 3D/industrial design, Graphic Design/Packaging, Co-Design/User-centred (interaction) design focussing on abusers and mis-users as well as sustainability issues. Fashion-Product Crossover design; Crime; designing products, places and systems against crime, disorder, drug abuse and terrorism; Gender, and representation; visual communication, consumer culture in the post-modern context.

Paul Ekblom Research Interests:

Designing products, places and systems against crime, disorder, drug abuse and terrorism, situational crime prevention, conceptual frameworks for integrating crime science, managing crime prevention knowledge and improving practice, evaluation methods, crime, evolution, complexity and design, crime futures. Theory, development, implementation & evaluation of Design Against Crime, definitions & conceptual frameworks for knowledge transfer of good practice in crime prevention, horizon scanning, incl. crime risk/ impact assessment, evolution, arms races, complexity & simulation applied to crime.

Adam Thorpe Research Interests:

Vexed Generation design partnership wearable technology Design Against Crime range for Karrysafe and Design Council, exhibited internationally

Keywords/subjects not otherwise listed:RPE
Publisher/Broadcaster/Company:Gower Publishing Ltd.
Your affiliations with UAL:Colleges > Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design
Research Centres/Networks > Design Against Crime at the Innovation Centre (DAC)
Date:January 2009
Related Websites:http://www.cops.usdoj.gov/files/RIC/Publications/e060810143.pdf
Projects or Series:Research Outputs Review (April 2010 - April 2011)
ID Code:2177
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Deposited On:08 Jul 2010 15:22
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