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Campoli, A.; Luck, R.; Shrestha, P.; Pradhan, P. and Rana, P. (2024). ‘It is not rocket science but it can change our lives’: pluriversal design with FabLab Nepal at a spinal injury clinic. CoDesign: International Journal of CoCreation in Design and the Arts (Early access).

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Luck, Rachael (2023). Foundational theory and methodological positioning at the outset of a design research project. In: Rogers, Paul A. and Yee, Joyce eds. The Routledge Companion to Design Research (Second edition). Routledge Art History and Visual Studies Companions. London: Routledge, pp. 141–150.

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Lamirande, Maxim; Alexiou, Katerina and Luck, Rachael (2022). Notions of designing inclusively from practitioner perspectives. In: DRS2022: Research Papers (Lockton, D.; Lenzi, S.; Hekkert, P.; Oak, A.; Sádaba, J. and Lloyd, P. eds.).

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Luck, Rachael and Hamnett, Katharine (2020). Design activism in a pandemic, towards a life otherwise. In: Participation(s) otherwise: 16PDC Participatory Design Conference, 15 Jun 2020, Universidad de Caldas, Manizales, Colombia, [on-line].

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Cox, Elizabeth; Ruge, Luisa; Mancini, Clara and Luck, Rachael (2018). User Centered Design Approaches to Measuring Canine Behavior: Tail Wagging as a Measure of User Experience. In: ACI2018 Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Animal-Computer Interaction, ACM International Conference Proceeding Series, ACM Digital Library, article no. 1.

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Harding, John Edwin; Luck, Rachael and Dalton, Nicholas (2016). Journeys in the City: Empathising With the Users of Transport Buildings. In: Proceedings of the ID@50 Integrated Design Conference 2016 (Emmitt, Stephen and Adeyeye, Kemi eds.), University of Bath, Bath, pp. 324–335.

Luck, Rachael (2016). What is it about space that is important in interaction? … Let’s take the world from a situated point of view. In: Dalton, Nicholas S.; Schnädelbach, Holger; Wiberg, Mikael and Varoudis, Tasos eds. Architecture and Interaction: Human Computer Interaction in Space and Place. Human - Computer Interaction Series. Springer, pp. 37–52.

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Luck, Rachael (2015). Towards the formulation of a research question: guidance through the glass bead game of research design. In: Rogers, Paul and Yee, Joyce eds. Routledge Companion to Design Research. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 142–150.

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Luck, Rachael (2014). What is it about space that is important in interaction? In: CHI 2014, 26 Apr - 1 May 2014, Toronto, Canada.

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Jaradat, Suha; Whyte, Jennifer and Luck, Rachael (2013). Professionalism in digitally mediated project work. Building Research & Information, 41(1) pp. 51–59.

Ewart, Ian and Luck, Rachael (2013). Living From Home. Home Cultures, 10(1) pp. 25–42.

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Ikeya, Nozomi; Luck, Rachael and Randall, Dave (2012). Recovering the emergent logic of pair working in a software design exercise. Design Studies, 33(6) pp. 611–629.

Moran, S.; de Vallejo, I. L.; Nakata, K.; Conroy-Dalton, R.; Luck, R.; McLennan, P. and Hailes, S. (2012). Studying the impact of ubiquitous monitoring technology on office worker behaviours: the value of sharing research data. In: 2012 IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications Workshops (PERCOM Workshops), 19-23 Mar 2012, Lugano, Switzerland, pp. 902–907.

Luck, Rachael and Ewart, Ian (2012). Towards a living future of calm. In: Rogers, P ed. Articulating Design Thinking. Faringdon, UK: Libri, pp. 89–106.

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Luck, Rachael and Ewart, Ian (2011). An ecology of design coordination: multidisciplinarity as a way of working. In: CIB W96 Architectural Management in the Digital Arena, 13-14 Oct 2011, Vienna, Austria.

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Luck, Rachael (2010). Using objects to coordinate design activity in interaction. Construction Management and Economics, 28(6) pp. 641–655.

Luck, R. and Ikeya, N. (2010). 'So the big rocks we put in the jar': using situated reasoning to coordinate design activity. In: Studying Professional Software Designers, 08-10 Feb 2010, University of California, Irvine, CA, USA.

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Luck, Rachael (2009). ‘Does this compromise your design?’ Interactionally producing a design concept in talk. CoDesign: International Journal of CoCreation in Design and the Arts, 5(1) pp. 21–34.

Luck, R. (2009). 'Does this compromise your design?' socially producing a design concept in Talk-in-Interaction. In: McDonnell, J. and Lloyd, P. eds. About designing: analysing design meetings. London: Taylor & Francis, pp. 233–250.

Luck, R. (2009). Analysing design activity in architect and user talk-in-interaction. In: 104th ASA Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, Information and Communication Technologies Section, 8-10 Aug 2009, San Francisco, American Sociological Association.

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Luck, R. (2008). Locating values and assessments in early project conversations- Improving Performance. In: CIB W096 Architectural Management, Helsinki, Finland.

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Luck, Rachael (2007). Learning to talk to users in participatory design situations. Design Studies, 28(3) pp. 217–242.

Luck, Rachael (2007). Using artefacts to mediate understanding in design conversations. Building Research & Information, 35(1) pp. 28–41.

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Luck, R. (2005). Design guidance sources. In: Bright, K. ed. Disability: making buildings accessible special report. 3rd edition. Workplace Law Network, pp. 121–127.

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Gibson, V. and Luck, R. (2004). Flexible working in central government: leveraging the benefits. Office of Government Commerce, London.

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Luck, Rachael (2003). Dialogue in participatory design. Design Studies, 24(6) pp. 523–535.

Bon, Ranko; Gibson, Virginia and Luck, Rachael (2003). Annual CREMRU‐JCI survey of corporate real estate practices in Europe and North America: 1993‐2002. Facilities, 21(7/8) pp. 151–167.

Gibson, V. and Luck, R. (2003). Real estate: Changing policies, functions and activities 1993-2002. In: 10th European Real Estate Conference, 10-13 Jun 2003, Helsinki, Finland.

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Bon, Ranko; Gibson, Virginia and Luck, Rachael (2002). Annual CREMRU‐JCI survey of corporate real estate practices in Europe and North America: 1993‐2001. Facilities, 20(11/12) pp. 357–373.

Luck, R. (2002). Dialogue in participatory design. In: Design Research Society international conference: Common Ground, 5-7 Sep 2002, Brunel University, London, UK.

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Luck, Rahael; Haenlein, Hans and Bright, Keith T. (2001). Project briefing for an inclusive universal design process. In: Preiser, Wolfgang F. E. and Ostroff, Elaine eds. Universal Design Handbook. New York: McGraw-Hill Professional, pp. 4441–4449.

Luck, Rachael; Haenlein, Hans and Bright, Keith (2001). Project briefing for accessible design. Design Studies, 22(3) pp. 297–315.

Bright, K.; Cook, G. and Luck, R. (2001). Project Crystal: accessible environments for deaf and hard of hearing people. In: COBRA 2001: the construction research conference of the RICS Foundation, 23-24 Jun 2001, Strathclyde, Glasgow.

Cook, G.; Bright, K. and Luck, R. (2001). Influence of colour on the inclusivity of an environment. In: Include 2001: an international conference on inclusive design and communications, 18-20 Apr 2001, Royal College of Art, London.

Cook, G.; Bright, K. and Luck, R. (2001). Project Crystal: englightening communication. In: Deafhood: meeting the challenges of a changing world, 12-14 Jul 2001, City University, London.

Luck, R. and Bright, K. (2001). Deafness, design, and communication: an overview of Project Crystal. In: Assistive Technologies for Vision and Hearing Impairment: support technologies for independent living and work, 29-31 Aug 2001, Castelvecchio Pascoli, Italy.

Luck, R. and Haenlin, H. (2001). Developing shared language and value. In: CIB WO96 Architectural Management & Design Research Society Conference: Value through design, 14-15 Sep 2001, Reading, UK.

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Bright, K.; Cook, G. and Luck, R. (2000). Deafness, design and communication in the built environment. In: COBRA 2000, 30 Aug - 1 Sep 2000, University of Greenwich, London.

Luck, R. (2000). Does inclusive design require an inclusive design process? In: CoDesigning 2000: Collaborative Design, 11-13 Sep 2000, Coventry University, UK, pp. 71–81.

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Bon, Ranko and Luck, Rachael (1999). Outsourcing of property-related management functions in Europe and North America, 1993-1998. Construction Management and Economics, 17(4) pp. 409–412.

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Luck, R. (1998). Studying the effect of systemisation on design activity. In: 14th Annual ARCOM Conference (Hughes, W. ed.), ARCOM, pp. 340–346.

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Luck, R. (1996). Construction project integration strategies. In: EPSRC/IMI Partnering and Supply Chain Management Seminar, 1996, Salford, UK, pp. 72–87.

Luck, R. (1996). The case for the integration of project participants' activities within a construction project environment. In: CIB W065 8th International Symposium: Organisation and Management in Construction: Shaping Theory and Practice, 1996, Glasgow, UK.

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Lansley, Peter R.; Luck, Rachael and Lupton, Sarah (1995). The organization of construction research in British universities. Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management, 2(3) pp. 179–195.

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Luck, R. (1994). Use of construction research by industry. In: 10th Annual ARCOM conference, 14-16 Sep 1994, Loughborough University. (Unpublished)

Luck, Rachael and Lansley, Peter (1994). Construction research in UK universities and its use by industry. In: Proceedings of International Conference on Research, Higher Education in Building Construction, 1994, Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussees.

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