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I attended the Royal Society of Art’s Traveling Pantry workshop today in Glasgow designed by Fellows Tessy Britton and David Gauntlett to test whether giving ideas, methods and tools to small groups of people can encourage them to start new community projects. This post shares what we created in one of the workshops when Tessy [...]
When I started my PhD the idea I was looking into was – what if young people in the leaving care service were able to visualise their future? Would this help them with the planning process they go through before they leave care? Would this help their workers identify areas that they could better support [...]
I was lucky enough to join Snook at the end of a workshop they were running with Future Gov on a project called ALISS (Access to Local Information to Support Self Management). The workshop was brainstorming and prototyping ways in which people could get access to local support that helps them manage long term health [...]
Over a year ago now I took part in the Social Innovation Camp in Scotland which was an experiment conducted over a weekend where software developers, designers and social innovators all came together to research and build web-based solutions to real social problems. The way it worked was people submitted social problems to the Social [...]
I attended The Glasgow School of Art’s ‘Create Debate: Design Innovation’ symposium on in 16th September where the Masters of Innovation students presented the work they had been doing over the past year inter-dispersed with speeches from practising designers and design educators. There were some really interesting design ideas, and the students shared their processes [...]