How to Submit
Every image, illustration, diagram, graph, chart and table should be accompanied by a brief caption. For images, illustrations, diagrams, graphs and charts, they should be referred to as figures and numbered consecutively (Figure 1., Figure 2. and so on). As for tables, they should be referred to as tables and numbered consecutively (Table 1., Table 2. and so on).
If a visual content requires a full page to be displayed, this should be placed in the Appendices section of the paper. Any visual content placed in the Appendices section should each be referred to as appendix and numbered consecutively (Appendix 1., Appendix 2. and so on).
To make a successful submission, all the requirements stated in the Manuscript Preparation Guide should be met. The Editorial Board may reject a submission prior to any review should that article be found to be outside the scope of the journal, poorly written, or not meeting all the requirements.
A softcopy of the manuscript, typed in the required Raw Input template in MS Word and/or further enquiries, should be e-mailed to:
Dr Yip Jinchi (email@example.com)
KREATE – A Regional Design & Education Journal on Culture, Future-Making and Social Design,
The Design School at Taylor’s University,
Faculty of Innovation and Technology,
Once an article has been accepted and assessed for suitability, it will be reviewed by the panel of editors. The results of the review will be e-mailed to the authors within thirty (30) working days from the submission date. Authors are to respond by making the necessary amendments as stated in the results of the review. All amendments must be submitted within fifteen (15) working days from the sent date of the review’s results. Authors will be notified via e-mail when their articles are published. It is the responsibility of all authors to provide a valid e-mail address for e-mail notifications and correspondence.
Authors should observe the following publishing ethics:
Issues of intellectual property extend beyond the written word. The use of still images, moving images, audio or any other content which is not created by oneself, and which one does not have the appropriate permission to use, is a serious offence resulting in an article being rejected. Authors must hold the intellectual properties rights of their visual content.