DESIGN 2022 conference review process was accomplished in three stages:
- In the first stage DESIGN Programme Chairs checked all the full paper contributions received. Submissions appropriate to DESIGN 2022 topics and scope, prepared according to invitation and instructions were assigned for reviews.
- The quality of DESIGN conference events has been reinforced by members of the Scientific Advisory Board that have evaluated all the papers through double-blind review process. Each paper was assigned at least two to three reviewers. The members of DESIGN 2022 Scientific Advisory Board are the distinguished members of The Design Society and respected researchers and professionals. The review criteria have been the novelty and level of contribution, validity of conclusions, industrial or application perspective and formal qualities of the contribution.
- Based on the DESIGN 2022 Scientific Advisory Board evaluations the Programme Chairs selected the papers for the DESIGN 2022 conference. The decision of the Programme Chairs is final.
The reviewed and accepted full papers will be published in the Conference Proceedings provided that final papers are received by the appropriate deadline and conform to the layout guidelines. The DESIGN conference proceedings are published online on the Cambridge Core Journals pages: Proceedings of the Design Society: DESIGN Conference.
All papers are indexed in SCOPUS and WoS - CPCI and referenced in CrossRef with DOI identifier.
Selected papers will be recommended for publication in international journals.
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