Lisa Winstanley

Lisa Winstanley
Nanyang Technological University | ntu · School of Art, Design and Media

Master of Arts

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This article documents the research methodologies and subsequent multifaceted outcomes of a two-year visual study of lies and truth. By reviewing numerous artefacts created within the context of this research, the dual modalities of distraction and discomfort were discovered to provide a quasi-dyadic coalition to creative strategy, which significan...
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This case study describes a design thinking approach, applied to the creation and implementation of an identity re-brand and successive marketing campaign for the British Football Academy, in Kuwait. The case defines a design thinking model and subsequently documents its realisation through four key human-centric phases—See, Sort, Synthesise, and S...
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Contemporary design practitioners must adapt to the challenges of creative problem solving in an increasingly dynamic and transient commercial sphere. Accordingly, it is necessary for design (and designers) to address the need for new and innovative methods, which cogently respond to the complex and evolving sociocultural needs of present-day socie...
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Throughout the world, incidents of hate crime are exponentially increasing and as a result, international media is permeated with accounts of social division and disconnect. It would therefore, be astute to advocate for the need to develop new, positive social connections and thus provide alternatives to this sustained and documented discord. Accor...
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Fostering transdisciplinary partnerships between the arts and science is an encouraging strategy in developing a broader humanistic approach to higher education and there is an increasing body of evidence in support of these collaborative pedagogical approaches. However, there is still much to be learned about student engagement in these partnershi...
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Designers are increasingly expected to possess an exponentially broader skill set in order to effectively traverse evolving socio-cultural, economic and political environments. Thus, design educators also need to evolve to re-evaluate appropriate pedagogical approaches in order to equip students with the tools to successfully navigate a dynamic des...
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Visual plagiarism – the improper, or unethical use of images in the process of creation, is a significantly under researched area within applied arts and, more specifically, within applied arts tertiary education. Accordingly, this exploratory research project moves to address this gap in knowledge through a consecutive 3 phase, research strategy....
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This article documents a review of collaborative typographic practice that leverages trust as a creative catalyst. 'Trust' is the new buzzword being brandished across many industries, the design industry included; and as we stand at the cusp of the 4th industrial revolution, it is now more important than ever that we recognise and foster the potent...

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This project plans to conduct a data acquisition survey of visual plagiarism awareness by art and design academics at tertiary level teaching.