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The dmi:Review is a quarterly publication that features a theme for each issue (see below for upcoming themes). We welcome submissions of articles, case studies, interviews, and opinion pieces. The Review publishes primarily original articles that have not appeared in other publications. We cannot take responsibility for unsolicited manuscripts, and articles accepted for publication are subject to editorial revision. Article proposals and manuscripts may be submitted by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Completed articles should run at approximately 2500-3000 words; "opinion pieces" can be shorter, at 1000-2000 words. Authors must obtain permission to use copyrighted materials in an article by the publication date. Accepted articles are typically copyrighted by DMI for future use at its discretion.
DMI welcomes submissions of articles, case studies, interviews, opinion pieces, and ideas that support these themes for upcoming issues of the dmi:Review.
SMART, FAST, AND CONNECTED
Vol. 28, No. 1
Publication date March 2017
The evolution of intelligent, connected devices is radically reshaping companies and competition. What happens when data and services are as much a part of creating a product as materials and finishes? How will this affect the relationships among formerly siloed departments? How will it affect the brand? How will customer collaboration enter into the picture? What ramifications will these changes have for design management and design leaders?
Diversity in Design: Global/ Gender/ Cultural
Vol. 28, No. 2
Drafts due March 15, 2017
Ad deadline March 15, 2017
Publication date June 2017
How are design and design management represented around the globe and in the less-traveled regions? In the work itself, in the workplace, and in leadership, is inclusiveness around gender and cultural diversity taking hold?
FuturED: What Does the Future Hold for
Design Management Education?
Vol. 28, No. 3
Drafts due June 15, 2017
Ad deadline June 15, 2017
Publication date September 2017
In colleges and universities around the world—and even in some business schools that have adopted the “design thinking” movement—what does design education look like in 2017? Is there a unified vision for what we want designers to know and be capable of as they transition to roles that can lead all the way to the board level? Where is design education heading?
Supports (and barriers) To The Business of Design: Design Value Awards Issue
Vol. 28, No. 4
Drafts due September 15, 2017
Ad deadline September 15, 2017
Publication date December 2017
Legal, financial, and supply chain opportunities and challenges? DMI would like to hear about the structural aspects of running a design business today, whether corporate/ in-house or consultancy. We’d also like to know where you find your best support. If you’ve been in the business for a couple of decades, what changes have you seen? And what needs to change? We will also showcase this year’s Design Value Award winners.
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