Vizualizing Research: A Guide to the Research Process in Art and Design is a book by Carole Gray and Julian Malins. Very much written for doctoral researchers in art and design, one review on Amazon this: “This is a great book for any practice-based researcher. I’m in the closing stages of a PhD and I really wish I’d read this at the beginning of my research project. The content is comprehensive yet the language is simple. There are numerous examples drawn from already completed practice-based doctoral research. In particular, I found the analogy of a PhD being like an expedition (eg: maps, terrain, rivers, etc) to be very useful.” For any student seriously thinking of doing a PhD, this is an essential read.