Social Meters explored how the use of a physical object in the home could be used to measure the level of ‘neighbourliness’ in social housing, specifically tenement buildings or blocks of flats. It allows a method of communication between neighbours for those uncomfortable with face-to-face interaction as well as being a reminder of the responsibilities associated with being a tenant.
Using participatory design and co-design methods to encourage skill sharing between grandchildren and grandparents to gather soil moisture data for the GROW project.
A study into how handles can be adapted for those suffering with arthritis, using co-design methods and traditional craft skills to solve a specific user problem.
A household beacon that uses IoT to encourage and celebrate face-to-face conversations that share important announcements by sending notifications to your household. It was also the beginning of exploring how to integrate creative technology into my designs.
A four week project which resulted in a highly resolved concept to raise awareness of privacy online - the result was an interactive installation that visualises to users how internet cookies track your activity online.