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Malcolm Jones

Assistant Professor

Department: Northumbria School of Design

Malcolm JonesMalcolm is currently completing a PhD, full-time, in the School of Design at Northumbria University.

Malcolm has been in practice in the graphic arts since 1975, as a printmaker (1975-1984), a freelance illustrator and designer (1987-present), and design consultant to the high technology sector (1993-2007). Details and portfolio here: http://www.malcolmjones.com/index.htm

Research Group: Making Sense  

Research Theme: Insights

Supervisor:Professor Gilbert Cockton and Professor Mark Blythe

0191 227 3256

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Making Scenarios More Worthwhile: Orienting to Design Story Work, Jones, M. 24 Mar 2020
  • Supportive Resources, Teinaki, V., Jones, M., Leitner, M. 2012, In: Interfaces Magazine
  • Supportive Resources: Mastering the Art of Making Sense, Jones, M., Teinaki, V., Leitner, M. 1 May 2012, Message in a Bottle DIS 2012 Workshop

  • Design Studies PhD March 18 2020
  • Design Studies MA September 06 2008
  • Design Studies BA June 24 1987


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