IAWA Biographical Database
Dr. Lorraine Justice
Occupation: Industrial Designer, Professor
Birth Country: United States
Resident City: Hong Kong
Resident Country: China
Employer: Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Title: Swire Chair and Head of the School of Design
City: Hong Kong
Employer: Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech)
Title: Director of the Industrial Design Program in the College of Architecture
No apprenticeships on record
Name: National Endowment for the Arts Grant
Description: on the integration of technology and design
Name: Smithsonian Award in Education
Description: for the Mission to Mars exhibition developed in cooperation with the NSF and Apple Computer
Name: One of the top 40 influential designers
Description: awarded by ID Magazine
Date Received: January 01, 2006
Organization: Industrial Designer's Society of America (IDSA)
Title: Emerging Asian Design
Date Published: January 01, 2005
Notes: Lorraine Justice, head of Design School at the Hong Kong Polytechnic, reports on the latest designs emerging from Asian provinces - Japan, Korea, Thailand, Hong Kong, mainland China and Taiwan - looking at products being produced by her students and praticing designers alike, revealing a new ascendancy in Asian design quality from previous years.
Title: Predicting the Success of your Web Site
Publication: Design Management Journal
Date Published: January 01, 2001
Notes: Summer 2001. Lorraine Justice, Director of the Industrial Design Program at Georgia Institute of Technology,presents a process by way of establishing a Web site that attracts the ideal group of visitors and users. It's an approach that highlights the use of independent expert evaluators to fine-tune content and design. She notes common problems in the genesis of a site and amplifies her strategies with a short case study - Assistivetech.net, a Web site developed by the Center for Assistive Technology and Environmental Access in the College of Architecture at Georgia Tech and sponsored by the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research. The purpose of Assistivetech.net is to create a comprehensive, current, and usable public site for information on assistive technology and disability-related sources.
Title: Interface and Interaction: where we are; where we are going
Date Published: January 01, 1997
Notes: A discussion of the importance of interface and interaction to product design in general and the experience of the user in particular.
Title: Why our future depends on it: graduate education in ID
Co-author: Craig M. Vogel, Roger Funk
Date Published: January 01, 1996
Notes: Fall 1996. Examines some of the changes which are currently being made to the character and scope of graduate programs in industrial design in the USA. Specifically discussed are the courses taught by Illinois Institute of technology, Cranbrook Academy of Art, the University of Kansas, Georgia Tech, Arizona State University, Pratt Institute, Art Center College of Design and the University of Calgary.
Title: Online vs. CD-ROM technologies: the shades of gray in between
Publication: Design Management Journal
Date Published: January 01, 1995
Notes: Fall 1995. The author details the advantages and disadvantages of on-line versus CD-ROM technologies in storing, accessing, exchanging, and refining design information.
Title: Interactive multimedia design
Date Published: January 01, 1994
Notes: Summer 1994.
Title: Morale factors among computer graphics users, a study
Notes: special issue of Innovation devoted to computer aided industrial design
Title: Lorraine Justice: raising standards
Author: Ernest Beck
Date Published: January 01, 2006
Notes: Jan.-Feb. 2006. A profile of American educator and admistrator Lorraine Justice, a former director of Georgia Tech's design school who now oversees a program with 1,200 students at Hong Kong Polytechnic's design school, where she is Swire Chair Professor. Includes comments from Justice and Tucker Viemeister of the Rockwell Group.