Glasgow School of Art, Royal Bank of Scotland, 2016 Coordinators: Kirsty Ross, Rebekka Bush What is the future of banking services in 25 years from now? Project analysed the values of current 16-25 year olds in the UK and aimed to translate their existing behaviours into emerging forms of user experiences appropriate to the futureContinue reading “The Future of Banking”
Live urban laboratory for technological and social start ups. Smart Incubator Labs is a concept of an innovative incubator zone existing in a symbiosis with its neighborhood using smart city technologies. It offers a unique opportunity to inspire and test alternative urban model based on cooperation and mutual benefit supported by data exchange. It servesContinue reading “Smart Incubator Labs”
Tactilise is an inclusive platform which empowers the visually impaired, their teachers and guardians to create and share interactive audio-tactile content using rapid prototyping technology and augmented reality.
Group Project // Design Camp Kolding 2015 // Denmark Client: Lammhults Bibliotekdesign – furniture, shelving solutions and accessories for libraries. Comma, a community of makers, is a system which facilitates dialogue between the library users and companies involved in the library experience creation. It invites the users to become community makers and influence the products and spacesContinue reading “comma, Rethinking Libraries”
Group Project // Glasgow School of Art // 2014In cooperation with Toshiba, Japan. Investigation on how emerging M2M, networked objects and Internet of Things technologies can increase political engagement between people and places within the civic sphere. Our design provides networks that enable grassroots action within communities using technology. “The public continuesContinue reading “Technopolitics”
Complete design of User Manual, content editing and iconography for the User Interface for an Italian technological start-up FABtotum producing the first multi-purpose open-source personal fabrication device.
Ticket Re Turn service proposal was born out of the insights gathered throughout the Glasgow Film Festival ticketing system research.
The Folks’ Cafe’ is a sustainable creative collective in Glasgow which enables families to form mutually beneficial relationships. Project in cooperation with the Scottish Government.