View all images from the Designing Britain project
The Designing Britain project was managed in the Faculty of Arts and Architecture at the University of Brighton. It was funded as part of the Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) distributed national electronic resource for learning, teaching and research (DNER). It ran from 1 March 2001 to 31 August 2002.
The end product consists of 7 web-based E-Learning modules, each containing about 100 visual records. Visual source material derives from the University's expanding Design Archives as well as incorporating associated collections. The product is aimed at and delivered to the Higher Education (HE) community.
Around 700 images from the Designing Britain E-Learning modules are searchable through the VADS catalogue, and cross-searchable with other collections including images from the Design Council Archive and the Design Council Slide Collection.
|Elizabeth Darling||University of Brighton||Exhibiting Britain|
|James Evans||University of Brighton||The New Jewellery|
|Andrew Jackson||Kent Institute of Art and Design||From Solving Problems to Selling Product|
|MacDonaldStrand||Southampton Institute||The Student Response Bank|
|Gillian Whiteley||University of Leeds||Art for Social Spaces|
|Matthew Partington||University of the West of England||Oral Testimony and the Interpretation of the Crafts|
|Susan Hotchkies||The Arts University College at Bournemouth||Fabrics Forming Society|
The images and metadata presented in this collection may be used for private research and study purposes only. Enquiries regarding reproduction should be sent to the address below.
|Address:||The Design Archives
Faculty of Arts and Architecture
University of Brighton
|Tel:||+ 44 (0) 1273 643219|
|Fax:||+ 44 (0) 1273 643217|
This following organisations and individuals have supported this project: The Architectural Press; The Arts University College at Bournemouth, The Conway Library, Courtauld Institute of Art; The Henry Moore Institute; Kent Institute of Art and Design; Graham Portlock; The Public Monuments and Sculpture Association; Southampton Institute; The University of Leeds; The University of the West of England.