................................................................................> Make-It-Yourself (MIY), Creative Reuse & Open Product Design
Open Design Now / druk 1: how design can no longer be exclusive, (2011) by BIS Publishers.
Making is Connecting: The Social Meaning of Creativity, from DIY and Knitting to YouTube and Web 2.0, (2011) by Gauntlett, Polity Press.
Designing for Re-Use: The Life of Consumer Packaging, (2010) by Shipton and Fisher, Earthscan Publications Ltd.
Longer Lasting Products, (2010), edited by Professor Tim Cooper, Gower Publishing
Free: The Future of a Radical Price: The Economics of Abundance and Why Zero Pricing Is Changing the Face of Business, (2009), by Anderson, Random House Business.
1000 Ideas for Creative Reuse, (2009) by Johnson, Quayside Publishing Group.
Remake It: Home: The Essential Guide to Resourceful Living: With over 500 tricks, tips and inspirational design, 2008 by Thompson and Whittington, Thames and Hudson.
Open Innovation: Researching a New Paradigm, (2008) by Chesbrough, Vanheverbeke and West, Oxford University Press, Oxford.
The Best of Instructables Volume I: Do-It-Yourself Projects from the World's Biggest Show & Tell: DIY Projects from the World´s Biggest Show & Tell: v. 1, (2008) by Make Magazine & Instructables.com, Make.
Readymade: How to make (Almost) Everything, (2006) by Berger and Hawthorne, Thames and Hudson.
Democratizing Innovation, (2006) by Von Hippel, MIT Press.
'Open Design: Driving Product Design Innovation through New Collaborative Working Practices and Professional Models', (2011) by Billing and Cordingley in Design Principles and Practices: An International Journal, Vol 5, Issue 5, pp.299-312
'Open Beyond Software', (2005) by Shah in Open Sources 2.0: The Continuing Evolution, pp.339-360. Edited by Cooper, DiBona and Stone, O'Reilly Media: Sebastopol CA.
'3D Piracy; How can Product Design profit from domestic 3D printing?', (2013) by Charles Gale, Co-oproduct CIC, UK.