We joined Doteveryone for four months to help them explore how they could incorporate prototyping into their work. Our work centred on a project to see how technology could improve end of life care.
Bulletin is a bespoke internet-connected radio. Every fifteen minutes it airs a short collection of news, tweets and updates based on things Russell Davies is interested in.
Wellcome Data Week was a short project exploring the Wellcome Collection’s archive. We were there to test how useful and accessible the digitised archive is to researchers, as well as prototype tools to access the collection.
What is design fiction and how can it be useful in the design process? We put together a short workshop for Hyper Island students, in which they learnt how to use this tool in their work.
Kaleida tracks media coverage by leading publishers, visualising their performance in real time. We helped the Kaleida team to develop the front-end of the app using the latest web technologies.
We facilitated prototyping at a three-day workshop with teachers, academics and students to work out what apps the government could provide Mexican school children.
We built a prototype for Good Urban Co. to test some ideas they had about cycling navigation. The goal was to build some hardware to help them understand the concept and its constraints.
Designers who can code have a competitive edge. In this hands-on, intensive workshop we teach designers how to make interactive prototypes in a web browser.
Dr David Nowell Smith, a Senior Lecturer at UEA, approached us with a question; how do you make a poem a good exhibit?