Author Guidelines

INJUDES (International Journal of Design) welcomes researchers, industries, practitioners, students, and lecturers from related fields to contribute by submitting articles that illustrate research results significant advances in all fields of design, including industrial design, architectural design, visual communication design, and other design-related fields. Manuscripts reporting on experiments or research in this area will be accepted for review as papers.

The acceptable manuscript will meet the following general criteria: manuscripts report a valuable contribution to science, the exact methodology used, and are described in sufficient detail so that the other scientists were able to repeat the experiment. The conclusion is supported by the data, the manuscripts must be concise, well written, and comprehensible.

Manuscripts should be uploaded to the INJUDES system journal and arranged in a standard format which consists of Title, Author, Affiliation and Contact E-mail, Abstract, Keywords, Introduction, Methodology, Results and Discussion, Conclusion, Acknowledgment (optional), and References. The paper is typed at one side of white paper of A4 size, two columns, Book Antiqua theme fonts, Line Spacing should be multiple at 1.08, Before at 0pt and After at 8pt, 1.5 spaceline, as well as 10 points Arial font and should be given line numbers. The margins on top must be 1.27 cm, while Left, Bottom and Right margin must be 2.54 cm. 

The title of the paper should be concise and informative. Avoid abbreviations and formulas whenever possible. The contents of the manuscript should be written clearly and concisely.

The manuscript has a main author and co-author with the full name of the author and co-authors (no abbreviations), including the address(es) and email address.

The abstract comes after the title page in the manuscript. The abstract should be integrated and independent consisting of an introduction and objectives, methods, results, conclusion, and impacts. However, the abstract should be written as a single paragraph without the header. For this reason, References should be avoided. Also, non-standard or uncommon abbreviations should be avoided. But if necessary, it should be defined at the first mention in the abstract. The abstract must consist of 150 to 250 words without references and be accompanied by keywords.

Keywords should avoid general and plural terms and multiple concepts. Do not use words or terms in the title as a keyword. These keywords will be used for indexing. Keywords can not be more than 5 words or phrases in alphabetical order.

The introduction section consists of at least 3 paragraphs. The first paragraph describes the meaning of the title or preface of the research title in general. The second paragraph describes and compares the previous research related to the object under investigation, explained the gap from previous studies that made you choose to do this research. The third paragraph restates the objectives and research methods previously described in the abstract section.

The first section should state the time and place of the study. Describe all materials, the number of samples/respondents, and methods used for analysis. Avoid detailed literature surveys or summary results.

Results and discussion should be written in the same section. It should be presented continuously, starting from the main results, supporting results, and discussions. Prior to presenting tables and figures, please explain in advance and specify the tables or figures. This section should also include comparisons with previous researches that can support the results of the study.

The conclusion must be clearly explained based on the results obtained which answer the research objectives. This section describes the shortcomings of your research without pointing out the downside of your research. Conclusion should be written in a narrative way and only one paragraph. Do not use citations in the conclusion section.

This section is optional If the authors include this section in the manuscript, please provide the source of funds and data from the research as well as those who assist in the study.

An author-year notation system is required and completed. All references cited should be written in the style of the American Psychological Association (APA) and arranged from A to Z. Articles have 10 or more recent references and 80% are international journals. Most references are the primary reference (last ten years). The unpublished data and personal communications should not be cited as literature citations. The article "In Press" that has been accepted for publication can be cited as a reference. Include in the journal in which the article citations "in print" will appear and the date of issuance, if available. If the author provides data sources from the website, please use official websites such as the government and other agencies.

Reference to a Journal Publication:
Diah, N. M., Nossal, N., Zin, N. A. M., Higuchi, T., & Iida, H. (2014). A Game Informatical Comparison of Chess and Association Football (Soccer). Advances in Computer Science: an International Journal, 3(4), 89-94.

Reference to a Book:
Bolda, M. L., Tourte, L., Klonskyk, K. M., & de Moura, R. L. (2005). Sample cost to produce fresh market rasberries. Berkeley, US: University of California Cooperative extension.

Reference to a Chapter in an Edited Book:
Tuong, T. P., & Bouman, B. A. M. (2003). Rice production in water-scarce environments. In W. Kijne, R. Barker, & D. Molden (Eds.), Water productivity in agriculture: Limits and opportunities for improvement (pp. 53–67). Manila, PH: CAB International.

Reference in Proceeding:
Huynh, D., Zuo, L., & Iida, H. (2016, December). Analyzing gamification of “Duolingo” with focus on its course structure. In International Conference on Games and Learning Alliance (pp. 268-277). Springer, Cham.

The citation format uses the author's name and the year of the journal or article to be cited. If the article to be cited has more than three authors' names, first write the author's name, followed by et al, and the year the article was published. Example: (Zwain & Bahauddin, 2017), (Zwain et al., 2017).