81 Works

Bishop Sans - Type Specimen

Jon Melton
Bishop Sans - Type Specimen
Photograph: Jon Melton

Type specimens are defined as typographic designs that showcase a typeface design, its context and its use. The forms within this type specimen explore the potential for a more commercial regular weight of ETRVSCA that is justified by the proliferation of ‘Bishop Marks’ distributed throughout the eighteenth-century. The various original examples of linear, near mono-line, as well as flared modelling of letter strokes - provide primary sources for the...

Piranesi's Initials - Information Graphic

Jon Melton
Piranes's Initials - Information Graphic
1 of 2 Research Type Specimens

Type specimens are defined as typographic design that showcases a typeface design and its use. Information graphics can both present and explain the context for a new type design. These Initial forms were revived into an information graphic diagram to explain the content of Piranes’s letterform ‘beliefs’ within the Graeco-Roman debate. This graphic explains Giovanni Battista Piranesi’s plate 41 Fig. II and III of Le Antichità...

2a. Piranesi's Initials - Type Specimen

Jon Melton
Piranesi's Initials - Type Specimen
Research Type specimens

(Type specimens are defined as typographic design that showcases a typeface design and its use.)
These Initial letters were revived directly from an original engraving by Giovanni Battista Piranesi’s of plate 41 Fig. II and III from Le Antichità Romane of 1756, and their design was extended to include all 26 Capitals. Including a specific ‘G’ that reflects the Roman creation of the letter...

Piranesi's Initials - Type Specimen

Jon Melton
Piranesi's Initials - Type Specimen
2 of 2 Research Type specimens
Type specimens are defined as typographic design that showcases a typeface design and its use. These Initial letters were revived directly from an original engraving by Giovanni Battista Piranesi’s of plate 41 Fig. II and III of Le Antichità Romane, and the design extended to include all 26 Capitals. Including a specific ‘G’ that reflects the Roman creation of the letter from an Etruscan ‘C’.
These Pirenesi’s...

Re[in]spired Textile

Maria Vogiatzaki
Re[in]spired textile is research on skin prosthetics, capable of respiring, providing thermal comfort to users, responding to stimuli received from the environment. The design methodology deploys digital technologies that enable experimentation with complex forms through simulations, towards creating dynamic systems that adapt to different topologies, geometries, scales and environmental conditions. Additive manufacturing can create complex objects directly from 3D models by stratifying material layers, allowing prototypes to be customisable. Dual-material 3d printing technology, enables the...

Profiling information seeking behaviour of nursing students_EBLIP.pptx

Peter Stokes
Conference presentation on profiling the information seeking behaviour of nursing students at the Evidence Based Library and Information Practice conference in Glasgow, June 2019

The 3D printed simulation and emerging ‘breathing’ textile

Maria Vogiatzaki, Effie Douroudi, Maria Lantavou & Ioanna Symeonidou
This research is taking advantage of the technological changes taking place in the textile and architectural industry and opens new perspectives for a transdisciplinary research. The researchers aim to further develop the project by developing prototypes and foster collaborations with the industry and research institutions from different disciplines such as material science, chemistry, biology and mechanical engineering, creating new materialities for wearables as well as interactive built environments.

The 3D printed simulation and emerging ‘breathing’ textile

Maria Vogiatzaki
This research is taking advantage of the technological changes taking place in the textile and architectural industry and opens new perspectives for a transdisciplinary research. The researchers aim to further develop the project by developing prototypes and foster collaborations with the industry and research institutions from different disciplines such as material science, chemistry, biology and mechanical engineering, creating new materialities for wearables as well as interactive built environments.

Studies on thermal comfort and curvature analysis, studying similar structures and functions in nature

Maria Vogiatzaki
The design methodology deploys digital technologies that enable designers to experiment further with complex forms through simulations, towards creating dynamic systems that adapt to different topologies, geometries, scales and environmental conditions. Furthermore, this prototypical textile is inspired both in form and function by scales in nature It consists of an adaptable skeleton, informed by the topology of the body, and aperture-components that open and close in order to achieve natural ventilation and therefore cooling towards...

Dissemination of a systematic review of UK research on lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) health

Catherine Meads, Mary Pennant, Jim McManus & Sue Bayliss
Meads C, Pennant M, McManus J, Bayliss S. Dissemination of a systematic review of UK research on lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) health. Poster. Dublin, VII Annual Meeting of HTAi, 6th - 9th June 2010.

Who does what? Creating an information seeking profile for nursing students

Peter Stokes
Poster presented at the Evidence Based Library and Information Practice (EBLIP6) conference in Salford, 2011

Profiling nursing students for information skills training

Peter Stokes
Poster presented at the LILAC conference in Manchester, 2013

Dissemination of a systematic review of UK research on lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) health

Catherine Meads, Mary Pennant, Jim McManus & Sue Bayliss
Meads C, Pennant M, McManus J, Bayliss S. Dissemination of a systematic review of UK research on lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) health. Poster. Dublin, VII Annual Meeting of HTAi, 6th - 9th June 2010.

The 3D printed simulation and emerging ‘breathing’ textile

Maria Vogiatzaki, Effie Douroudi, Maria Lantavou & Ioanna Symeonidou
This research is taking advantage of the technological changes taking place in the textile and architectural industry and opens new perspectives for a transdisciplinary research. The researchers aim to further develop the project by developing prototypes and foster collaborations with the industry and research institutions from different disciplines such as material science, chemistry, biology and mechanical engineering, creating new materialities for wearables as well as interactive built environments.

World3-03 Edited

Aled Jones & Roberto Pasqualino
This is the model that relates to the following paper: https://www.mdpi.com/2071-1050/7/8/9864

Understanding Global Systems Today—A Calibration of the World3-03 Model between 1995 and 2012, Sustainability 2015, 7(8), 9864-9889

Eye and hand dominance in golf

Peter M. Allen, David L. Mann, Oliver R. Runswick, & Alan Fletcher
Presented at:

Academy 2019 Orlando and 3rd World Congress of Optometry, Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, FL, 23-27 October 2019

and

European Academy of Optometry and Optics Annual Conference, Rome, Italy, 18-20 May 2019

Generation Z

Kerstin Hacker & Helen James
This output was published in Volume X of Uncertain States (http://www.uncertainstates.com/) and is archived here with generous permission from the publisher.


Generation Z is the title of a series of photographs that document the rapid pace of change in contemporary life and commercial urban (re)development in Lusaka, capital of Zambia. The project aims to push visual representation into new and innovative directions to challenge existing visual knowledge and encourage new viewers to contemplate economic development...

Economic Risk, Resources and Environment (ERRE) model

Aled Jones & Roberto Pasqualino
Economic Risk, Resources and Environment (ERRE) is a system dynamics model whose purpose is to analyse the financial pressures emerging from global economic growth while coping with natural limits in both energy and agricultural systems. A major feature of the model is to integrate in the same framework both the dynamic evolution of long term phenomena (e.g. energy transition, climate effects) and the short to medium term structures that are more relevant to decision making...

Changing teaching to improve learning in large midwifery lectures: The example of neonatal jaundice

Nina Whittle
This poster represents an ongoing Ed.D study. Midwifery students expressed difficulties in comprehending neonatal jaundice physiology, which hampered their ability to initiate explanations for parents. Limited teaching time, resulting in single lecture allocations, with large groups of over 75, did not facilitate effective learning of this complex subject. An innovative approach was required, in order to develop cohesive midwifery undergraduate understanding of the anatomy and physiology of such clinical conditions encountered in midwifery practice.

2. The True source of the Sans

Jon Melton
ATypI 18 Antwerp Type Legacies Conference

The True source of the Sans
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iz5X9my_X5Q

Published online January 2019 [Play, and Listen online to the Presentation while studying the Slides on Figshare. Or download the low-res Presentation with presenter notes .pdf]
Abstract:
The search for the origin of today’s commercial sans serif typography has become something of a ‘holy grail’ for type historians. The earliest known example of a deliberately geometrical...

Profiling information seeking behaviour of nursing students_EBLIP.pptx

Peter Stokes
Conference presentation on profiling the information seeking behaviour of nursing students at the Evidence Based Library and Information Practice conference in Glasgow, June 2019

Piranesi's Initials - Type Specimen

Jon Melton
Piranesi's Initials - Type Specimen
Research Type specimens

Type specimens are defined as typographic design that showcases a typeface design and its use. These Initial letters were revived directly from an original engraving by Giovanni Battista Piranesi’s of plate 41 Fig. II and III of Le Antichità Romane, and the design extended to include all 26 Capitals. Including a specific ‘G’ that reflects the Roman creation of the letter from an Etruscan ‘C’.
These Pirenesi’s Initials were presented...

The Lewis Dynamic Model

The Lewis Dynamic Model was adapted from Kolb’s Experiential Learning Model by Naowarat Lewis.

The essentials of dynamic learning within the model are those actions constituting repetition and reinforcement which are independent of tutor influence and wholly driven by each individual learner.

Barriers and enablers to Caregivers Responsive feeding Behaviour (CRiB): A mixed method systematic review protocol PRISMA-P flowchart

Vicki Slater, Jennie Rose, Karen Matvienko-Sikar, Ellinor Olander & Sarah Redsell
The PRISMA-P flowchart for an HRB Protocol for a systematic review, by the same authors, into barriers and enablers to responsive feeding for obesity prevention.

Barriers and enablers to Caregivers Responsive feeding Behaviour (CRiB): A mixed method systematic review protocol PRISMA-P checklist

Vicki Slater, Jennie Rose, Karen Matvienko-Sikar, Ellinor Olander & Sarah Redsell
The PRISMA-P checklist for an HRB Protocol for a systematic review, by the same authors, into barriers and enablers to responsive feeding for obesity prevention.

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