Showcase Visitor Feedback

During the Design Research for Change Showcase we collected feedback from our visitors which we are pleased to share with you here.  The feedback has been incredibly positive and as such we are in discussions with relevant parties about future similar exhibitions.  

Design Research for Change Showcase Photos

Here are a selection of photos from the Design Research for Change Showcase held at London Design Fair, 20 to 23 September 2018. The Showcase presented a range of 67 projects funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, each addressing significant challenges in society through design-led research. Design Week listed the Design Research for Change Showcase as one of the best exhibition stalls at London Design Fair …

Does Design Care…? workshop

During the last 2-days in the Imagination Lab at Lancaster University, UK, we have welcomed researchers and practitioners from a wide range of disciplines to to explore what it means to care now as part of our International Workshop of Design Thought and Action. We are really pleased to have seen participation from an international community with some attendees travelling …

Design for Change Public Lecture

The increasingly complex world that we inhabit today and the significant social problems we face are not isolated nor suited to any particular sector or discipline. Typically, these problems can be characterised as emergent phenomena with non-linear uncertainties. Collectively, moreover, we continue to have a negative impact on some of the most important features of life that we claim to …

Call for Papers: Does Design Care…?

Care, like design, is both a noun and a verb. As a noun, care is defined as the provision of what is necessary for the health, welfare, maintenance, or protection of someone or something (e.g. care of the elderly, taking care of business). In this usage, care is concerned with giving serious attention or consideration to doing something correctly or …