About

I am an interaction designer and researcher interested in pursuing opportunities for the design of connected technologies that help people construct meaning and value in complex contexts.
I use qualitative research methods, research through design, and participatory design to understand the relationships between people, data and things, to identify opportunities for design, and to evaluate the impacts those design outcomes have for those that encounter them.
I create prototypes in various fidelities to suit different stages of the design process, using a variety of prototyping tools and technologies. From paper prototypes to experience prototypes and fully functional prototypes for deployment or installation that combine digital and physical materials.
I work with academic and commercial research labs, and collaborate with ethnographers, computer scientists, artists and design studios. I am a visiting Tutor in Industrial Design at TU Eindhoven. I hold a PhD in Human Computer Interaction from the University of Nottingham, and an MA in Design: Critical Practice from Goldsmiths, University of London. I was also a co-founder and collaborator at The Institute for Boundary Interactions; an interdisciplinary research collective research working across science, technology, art and design.

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