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Nathan is a University Lecturer in the Cambridge Engineering Design Centre. His interests are in the areas of industrial design, product aesthetics and consumer response. In particular, he is focusing on the potential for product appearance to act as a medium of communication between designers and consumers. Nathan holds a bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering, a PhD in Product Aesthetics and has professional experience in the fields of aerospace design, materials research and information technology.  
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Nathan is a University Lecturer in the Cambridge Engineering Design Centre. His interests are in the areas of industrial design, product aesthetics and consumer response. In particular, he is focusing on the potential for product appearance to act as a medium of communication between designers and consumers. Nathan holds a bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering, a PhD in Product Aesthetics and has professional experience in the fields of aerospace design, materials research and information technology. More information can be found at Nathan's research homepage [http://www-edc.eng.cam.ac.uk/people/nc266.html].
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Latest revision as of 06:52, 6 September 2013

Nathan is a University Lecturer in the Cambridge Engineering Design Centre. His interests are in the areas of industrial design, product aesthetics and consumer response. In particular, he is focusing on the potential for product appearance to act as a medium of communication between designers and consumers. Nathan holds a bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering, a PhD in Product Aesthetics and has professional experience in the fields of aerospace design, materials research and information technology. More information can be found at Nathan's research homepage [1].


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Crucible Theme: Visual representation Crucible Theme: Sketching as a design practice