Peer Reviewed Proceedings & Journal Articles (published and in press)
1. coons, g. and Matt Ratto (2015). Grease pencils and the persistence of individuality in computationally-produced custom objects. Design Studies. (41, A, pp. 126-136)
2. Schmidt, R., ginger coons, Vincent Chen, Timotheus Gmeiner, and Matt Ratto (2015, August). 3D-printed prosthetics for the developing world. Studio Talk, SIGGRAPH 2015, Los Angeles, CA.
3. Record, I., ginger coons, Max Julien, and Matt Ratto (2015, March). Blind tennis: Extreme users and participatory design. Socially Relevant Philosophy of/in Science and Engineering, Second Annual Meeting Detroit, Michigan.
4. Record, I., ginger coons, Daniel Southwick, and Matt Ratto (2015, January). Disrupting law: Prospects for government regulation of emerging technology. Journal of Peer Production. articles/regulating-the-liberator-prospects-for-the-regulation-of-3d-printing/
5. coons, g. (2014, December). The replacement of geography by standards and what to do about it. CITAR Journal.
6. Ratto, M., Isaac Record, ginger coons and Max Julian (2014, October). Blind tennis: Extreme users and participatory design. Participatory Design Conference 2014, Windhoek, Namibia.
7. coons, g. (2014, June). The replacement of geography by standards: Local bodies and global rules. Paper at xCoAx 2014: Computation, Communication, Aesthetics and X, Porto, Portugal.
8. coons, g., Ana Carvalho and Ricardo Lafuente (2013, April). Bringing the methods of Free/Libre Open Source Software to collaborative graphic design. Paper at Crafting the Future: the 10th European Academy of Design Conference, Gothenburg, Sweden.

White papers
1. coons, g. (2015, June). “what they learn with their hands”: Experiences of skilled manual practitioners with digital 3D-modeling. Prepared for Autodesk Research. (download)

1. coons, g. (2016, in press). Something for everyone: Using digital methods to make physical goods. (PhD Thesis). University of Toronto, Toronto. (Download pre-print version. Or just read the footnotes. Official version of the dissertation will be available from the University of Toronto thesis repository, TSpace, in June 2016)
2. Coons, V. (2011). Colour standardization: Its past and a possible future. (MI Thesis). University of Toronto, Toronto.