Empirical investigation of the impact of using co-design methods when generating proposals for sustainable travel solutions

@article{Mitchell2016EmpiricalIO,
  title={Empirical investigation of the impact of using co-design methods when generating proposals for sustainable travel solutions},
  author={Val Mitchell and Tracy Ross and Andrew J. May and Ruth E. Sims and Christopher J. Parker},
  journal={CoDesign},
  year={2016},
  volume={12},
  pages={205 - 220}
}
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