Specialised design

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This industry category includes the following:

74.1 Specialised design activities

74.10 Specialised design activities
This class includes:
- fashion design related to textiles, wearing apparel, shoes, jewellery, furniture and other interior decoration and other fashion goods as well as other personal or household goods
- industrial design, i.e. creating and developing designs and specifications that optimise the use, value and appearance of products, including the determination of the materials, mechanism, shape, colour and surface finishes of the product, taking into consideration human characteristics and needs, safety, market appeal in distribution, use and maintenance
- activities of graphic designers
- activities of interior decorators


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Industry Sectors
  • Specialised design (12)

Specialised design is an industry sector defined within the Copyright Evidence wiki.


The following studies involve this industry sector (12):

 Citation
Brassell and Goodyer (2015)Brassell, M. & Goodyer, I. (2015) Penalty Fair? Study of criminal sanctions for copyright infringement available under the CDPA 1988. IPO, 2015
Bryce and Rutter (2005)Bryce, J., & Rutter, J. (2005). Fake Nation? A study into an everyday crime. The Intellectual Property Theft and Organised Crime research project, UK.
Cotropia and Gibson (2014)Cotropia, C. A., & Gibson, J. (2014). Copyright's Topography: An Empirical Study of Copyright Litigation. Texas Law Review, 92(7).
Gowers (2006)Gowers, A. (2006). Gowers Review of Intellectual Property. The Stationery Office.
Greenhalgh, Phillips, Pitkethly, Rogers and Tomalin (2010)Greenhalgh, C., Philips, J., Pitkethly, R., Rogers, M., & Tomalin, J. (2010). Intellectual Property Enforcement in Smaller UK Firms. Report for the Strategy Advisory Board for Intellectual Property Policy (SABIP).
Hargreaves (2011)Hargreaves, I. (2011). Digital Opportunity. A Review of Intellectual Property and Growth,
Hong (2007)Hong, S. H. (2007). The recent growth of the internet and changes in household-level demand for entertainment. Information Economics and Policy, 19(3), 304-318.
Humphreys (2008)Humphreys, S., 2008. The challenges of intellectual property for users of Social Networking Sites: a case study of Ravelry.
Lerner (2002)Lerner, J. (2002). Patent protection and innovation over 150 years (No. w8977). National Bureau of Economic Research.
Mendis (2013)Mendis, D. (2013). The Clone Wars’: Episode 1: the rise of 3D printing and its implications for intellectual property law. Learning lessons from the past. European Intellectual Property Review, 35(3), 155-169.
Mendis, Secchi and Reeves (2015)Mendis, D., et al. (2015). A Legal and Empirical Study into the Intellectual Property Implications of 3D Printing.
Raustiala and Sprigman (2006)Raustiala, K. and Sprigman, C.J. (2006) The Piracy Paradox: Innovation and Intellectual Property in Fashion Design. Virginia Law Review, Vol. 92, 1687-1777