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AfterMoney

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Artcasting and ARTIST ROOMS on Tour

Using mobilities-informed methods to support new approaches to arts evaluation

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Biomorphis Architects – Architects for ‘Data Pipe Dreams’

Collaboration, Design and Build of the Design Informatics Pavilion

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Call for Participation: DRS 2018 workshop

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Chatty Factories workshop

Chatty Factories workshop: Exploring the future of data driven product design at the Digital Catapult London

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Creative Informatics

Creative Informatics aims to bring Edinburgh’s world-class creative industries and tech sector together, utilising innovative data-driven technologies to develop ground-breaking new products, businesses and experiences. 

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Crypto-Knitting

Crypto-Knitting is a new collaboration between artist Ailie Rutherford and researcher Bettina Nissen exploring the potential of digital currencies in feminist economies

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Data Flows

As part of our move into our new offices at the Bayes Centre we employed designers Sigrid Schmeisser from Peak15 and Christoph Miler from Offshore Studio to create an engaging entranceway to our offices and studio space.

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Design in Action

Doing things in new ways, solving problems and pushing boundaries are the essence of any good economy.

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Designing Futures of Money and FinTech: Show and Tell

Join us for an hour of Show & Tell with future scenarios from our DIS 2020 Workshop on Designing Futures of Money and FinTech!

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Designing machines with autonomy

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Designing with living organisms

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Alexandre Colle

DI Webinar – Alexandre Colle, Edinburgh centre for Robotics

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DI Webinar – Kellie Morrissey, University of Limerick

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DI Webinar – Prof Martyn Evans, MMU Design

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Richmond Wong- DI Exploring Values and Ethics in UX Work through Design Futuring

DI Webinar – Richmond Wong, University of California Berkeley Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity

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Will Odom

DI Webinar – Will Odom, Simon Fraser University

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Aural Textiles, Distributed Capabilities

DI Webinar – George Jaramillo, Heriot-Watt University and Distributed Capabilities

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EFI – MSc in Service Management & Design Survey

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HAT

HAT is a £1.2m multi-disciplinary project funded by the Research Council’s UK Digital Economy Programme. It involves a team of 16 researchers from the domains of Economics, Business, Computing and the Arts across six UK universities of Cambridge, Edinburgh, Exeter, Nottingham, Warwick and the West of England

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LENS: Design Informatics Pavilion 2018

LENS: interactive research pod exploring data sharing

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Peak 15: Creating the surrealistic identity for Data Pipe Dreams

Peak 15's collaboration with Design Informatics

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Recommended Relics

National Museum of Rural Life Scotland

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Research Seminar: Jonathan Rankin, Design Informatics

Jonathan Rankin from Design Informatics will talk about designing for speculative future visions.

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Research Seminar: Teresa Almeida

Teresa Almeida, KTH Royal Institute of Technology Sweden

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Rural Crafting Communities in the Digital Age

The research addresses three related themes: crafting practices, rurality and digital engagement.

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Seannachies

Addressing Social Isolation through Storytelling

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Aural Textiles, Distributed Capabilities

Sound Exchange at Inspace City Screen

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StoryStorm

The ‘StoryStorm Network’  was funded by AHRC CCN+ with the aim of developing collaborative, co-creative workshops to explore the ways stories are increasingly supported and shaped by digital technology.

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Telling the Bees

Telling the Bees is an interdisciplinary project working with Tay Landscape Partnership (TayLP) to develop new understandings of beekeeping practices through ‘future folklore’ for new and future generations of beekeepers. The future folklore prototypes will be a community resource and also a probe for academic communities, prompting questions on the role of folklore, literature, tacit knowledge, and traditional ecological knowledge structures. The project runs from April 2015 until March 2016.

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Upcoming PhD positions at Design Informatics

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