Industrial designer originally from Porto, PhD student in Design (Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Porto, University of Aveiro, ID+) with research funded by Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT). Completed his MA degree in Design Management (IADE - Creative University, IPAM), graduated in Fine Arts (FBAUP) and Erasmus scholarship at National School of Fine Arts in Paris (ENSBA). Experience of 15 years as a designer in the footwear, sports and fashion industry, in companies as Procalçado (Portugal) and Decathlon (France). Production experience and industrial partnership with several European, African and Asian factories. Invited Assistant at Polytechnic Institute of Cávado and Ave (IPCA), teaching courses of Illustration and Graphic Art, Footwear Design, Fashion Design (since 2016). Interested in the relationship between traditional and innovative processes in Fashion and Footwear Industries and Teaching Design Processes.
- Invited Assistant IPCA
- Terroso, M. Moreno, A., Amorim, N., Palmares, H. & Sampaio, J.(2018). Immersive Business Simulation in Footwear Design Education: A bridge for reality, in Broega et al. (Eds) Reverse Design: A Current Scientific Vision From the International Fashion and Design Congress, CRC Press, Taylors & Francis ISBN 978-1-138-37011-1
- Terroso, M. Moreno, A., Amorim, N., Palmares, H., Matos, D. & Sampaio, J.(2019). Focus on process and outcome in footwear design education, in Procedia CIRP , Elsevier B.V. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.procir.2019.04.316
- Terroso, M. Moreno, A., Amrim, N., Palmares, H. & Sampaio, J. (2018). Immersive Business Simulation in Footwear Design Education: A bridge for reality, in: Proceedings CIMODE 2018: 4º Congresso Internacional de Moda e Design, 21 a 23 de maio de 2018, Madrid, isbn:978‐989-54168-0‐6
- Terroso, M.; Moreno, A.; Amorim, N.; Palmares, H.; Sampaio, J.: Immersive Business Simulation in Footwear Design Education: A Bridge for Reality. In Proc. CIMODE 2018 Madrid – 4th International Fashion and Design Congress, Espanha, Maio, 2018. (Full paper)