Below is a list of peer-reviewed research outcomes — creative works, exhibitions, and publications — that result from KDL projects and/or further the conceptual development Knowledge Design.
CREATIVE WORKS AND EXHIBITIONS
Burdick A, Sarbanes J. (2021) Trina: A Design Fiction The Digital Review, Special issue on Critical Making and Critical Design, Creative Work
Sweetapple K, Lorber-Kasunic J, Ricciardiello T, De Freitas K. (2020) Marine Microbial Journeys Video installation. 22 Jun 2020 – 01 Dec 2020
Lorber-Kasunic J, Sweetapple K, De Freitas, K. and Ricciardiello, T. (2019) Adrift-Project website, Creative Work, http://hdl.handle.net/10453/142578
Burdick A, Drucker J, Lunenfeld P, Presner T, Schnapp J, (2021) Digital_Humanities, MIT Press
Burdick A, Mandell L, Tarpley B, Tourabi K (forthcoming) Using Data and Design to Bring the New Variorum Shakespeare Online Shakespeare and Interface, Paul Budra and Cliff Werier, editors, Routledge.
Burdick A, Lorber-Kasunic J, Sweetapple K (2022) ‘Historio-graphic: Knowledge design methods for interpreting documents‘ Law’s Documents: Authority, Materiality, Aesthetics, 325-344 Taylor & Francis Group, pp. 325-344 DOI: 10.4324/9781003247593-21
Dever, M., Lorber-Kasunic J, and Sweetapple K, (forthcoming 2022) ‘Surfacing the Page: experimental visualisation and the writing process’, in Goudarouli, Eirini & Andrew Prescott (Eds) Materialities of the Archive in a Digital Age. London: British Academy, OUP.
Burdick A (2021) Designing the Remix Library, The Routledge Handbook of Remix Studies and Digital Humanities, 159-174
Sadokierski, Z. & Sweetapple, K. (2015) “Drawing Out: How designers analyse written texts in visual ways,” The Routledge Companion to Design Research, (eds) Rogers, P. and Yee, J. New York : Routledge.
Burdick A, (2021) Researching Writing Technologies through the Speculative Prototype Design of Trina, The Electronic Book Review, Alt-X Literary Network.
Burdick A. (2019) Designing Futures From the Inside, Journal of Futures Studies 23(3):75-92, Tamkang University, 10.6531/JFS.201903_23(3).0006
Lorber-Kasunic, J. & Sweetapple, K., (2018) Graphic Criticism and the Material Possibilities of Digital Texts, Open Library of Humanities 4(2), p.13. doi: https://doi.org/10.16995/olh.278
Lorber Kasunic, J. and Sweetapple, K. (2015), Interpreting text through visualization: a collaborative project between Design and the Humanities, Studies in Material Thinking Special Edition.
Burdick A, (2015) Meta!Meta!Meta! A Speculative Design Brief for the Digital Humanities, Visible Language, special issue on Critical Making: Design and the Digital Humanities, 12–33.
CONFERENCES AND KEYNOTES
Burdick, A. (2020) Books, Algorithms, and Robots: Designing Architectures of Knowledge, Data Practices Symposium sponsored by Stanford Data Science Institute, CESTA (Center for Spatial and Textual Analysis) and Stanford Libraries.
Burdick, A. (2018) Scenes of Writing, Proceedings of DRS 2018: Catalyst, 73-82, Design Research Society, 25 Jun 2018,
Lorber Kasunic, J. & Sweetapple, K. (2017) Designing Deformance, AIGA Converge Disciplinarities and Digital Scholarship Conference, University of Southern California. https://converge.cci.kent.edu/designing-deformance/
Lorber Kasunic, J. & Sweetapple, K. (2017) Surfacing the Page: Graphic content, From Dust to Dawn. Archival Studies After the Archival Turn, Uppsala University, Sweden, 15 – 17 November 2017.
Lorber Kasunic, J. & Sweetapple, K. (2017) What a page can do, too, From Dust to Dawn. Archival Studies After the Archival Turn, Uppsala University, Sweden, 15 – 17 November
Lorber Kasunic, J., & Sweetapple, K. (2015), Text Creation: Patterns and Presentation. The Fourteenth Congress of the International Society for Eighteenth Century Studies. Rotterdam: The Netherlands
Lorber Kasunic, J. & Sweetapple, K (2014) Visualizing Texts: A design practice approach to humanities data, Maragiannis, A. (Eds.) Proceedings of the Digital Research in the Humanities and Arts Conference, DRHA2014, London.
Sweetapple, K (2014) The problems and potential of visualisation from a visual communication designer’s perspective, Digital Humanities Australasia 2014: Expanding Horizons http://dha2014.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/DHA-2014-conference-full-proceedings.pdf78-79 17 Mar 2014