Research

Journal articles and conference papers

Bailey, J., Lloyd, P. (2016). ‘The Introduction of Design to Policymaking: Policy Lab and the UK Government’ . Proceedings of DRS 2016, Design Research Society 50th Anniversary Conference. Brighton, UK, 27–30 June 2016. pdf.

Bailey, J., Lloyd, P. (2016). ‘A View from the Other Side: Perspectives on an Emergent Design Culture in Whitehall’. Proceedings of ServDes 2016, the Service Design and Innovation Conference. Copenhagen, Denmark, 24-26 May 2016. pdf.

Bailey, J., Lloyd, P. (2017). ‘A View from the Other Side: UK Policymaker Perspectives on Design’. Design Issues. (forthcoming).

Bailey, J. (2017). ‘Beyond Usefulness: Exploring the Implications of Design in Policymaking’. Proceedings of Nordes 2017; Design + Power, Oslo, Norway, 14-16 June 2017. pdf.

Bailey, J and L. Kimbell. ‘Prototyping and the New Spirit of Policymaking’. Co-Design. pdf.

Bailey, J. and C. Drew. ‘From Skills to Mindsets: Grappling with Complex Public Problems’. Touchpoint 9 (1): 40-44 (forthcoming).

Design Policy, Advocacy and Commentary

Bailey, J. (2017) ‘Policymakers as Designers’. In Retrace Method for Systemic Approaches on Circular Economy. Politecnico di Torino. (forthcoming).

Bailey, J., S. Davis and N. Hunter. (2015). Design for Good: 90 Years of the RSA Student Design Awards. RSA. pdf

Armstrong, L., J. Bailey, G. Julier and L. Kimbell. (2014). Social Design Futures. University of Brighton. pdf

(design work for both of the above by Richard Chapman)

Bailey, J. (2014) Social Design. ADF Papers: Design Paper #4. British Council. pdf

Design Commission (2011) Restarting Britain: Design Education and Growth. Policy Connect: UK pdf.

Design Commission (2013) Restarting Britain: Design and Public Services. Policy Connect: UK. pdf

MA essays

Defining Visual Culture

Vienna 1900 – Klimt and gender politics

Beauty and Politics in Britain

Paris 1900 – Art Nouveau as Industrial Policy

Meubles Parlants – Franco German Relations and Narratives of Art Nouveau in Fin de Siecle France

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