Nigel Cross
Nigel Cross
Professor of Design Studies, The Open University, UK
Verified email at open.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
Designerly ways of knowing: Design discipline versus design science
N Cross
Design issues 17 (3), 49-55, 2001
41342001
Engineering design methods
N Cross
Wiley, 2000
3542*2000
Creativity in the design process: co-evolution of problem–solution
K Dorst, N Cross
Design studies 22 (5), 425-437, 2001
20572001
Designerly ways of knowing
N Cross
Design studies 3 (4), 221-227, 1982
12821982
Design thinking: Understanding how designers think and work
N Cross
Berg, 2011
12492011
Expertise in design: an overview
N Cross
Design studies 25 (5), 427-441, 2004
9792004
Analysing design activity
N Cross, K Dorst, H Christiaans
Wiley, 1996
9331996
Developments in design methodology
N Cross
Wiley, 1984
8811984
Design cognition: Results from protocol and other empirical studies of design activity
N Cross
Design knowing and learning: Cognition in design education, 79-103, 2001
5112001
Design research: A disciplined conversation
N Cross
Design issues 15 (2), 5-10, 1999
4721999
Observations of teamwork and social processes in design
N Cross, AC Cross
Design studies 16 (2), 143-170, 1995
4581995
Natural intelligence in design
N Cross
Design studies 20 (1), 25-39, 1999
4371999
Forty years of design research
N Cross
Design studies 1 (28), 1-4, 2007
3942007
Descriptive models of creative design: application to an example
N Cross
Design studies 18 (4), 427-440, 1997
3341997
The nature and nurture of design ability
N Cross
Design studies 11 (3), 127-140, 1990
3271990
Solution driven versus problem driven design: strategies and outcomes
C Kruger, N Cross
Design Studies 27 (5), 527-548, 2006
3252006
Research in design thinking
N Cross, K Dorst, N Roozenburg
Delft University Press, 1992
2971992
Science and design methodology: a review
N Cross
Research in engineering design 5 (2), 63-69, 1993
2321993
Design method and scientific method
N Cross, J Naughton, D Walker
Design studies 2 (4), 195-201, 1981
2181981
From a design science to a design discipline: Understanding designerly ways of knowing and thinking
N Cross
Design research now, 41-54, 2007
1942007
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