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  • Invented Futures

    I sat on the panel of Invented Futures last night, a panel discussion as part of Bristol Technology Festival 2019 about how the stories we tell about technology shape our future. The other…

  • Design Thinking at Bath Spa

    Had a really enjoyable day at Bath Spa running a workshop on design thinking for the second year Graphic Communications students. They each presented a method of communicating a guilty environmental secret…

  • Ars Electronica

    I attended Ars Electronica last weekend, after having last gone there 16 years ago in 2003 (!) as an undergrad. The first time I went really opened my eyes – I was…

  • Metastable Impressions – Project Report

    Our project report is now up on the Jean Golding Institute’s blog: jeangoldinginstitute.blogs.bristol.ac.uk/…/metastable-impressions This project was funded by the annual Jean Golding Institute seed corn funding scheme. The JGI funded project “Metastable…

  • Show Us Your City

    Our project “Show us your city” has been shortlisted for Playable Cities Oxford. Would be great to hear your comments of the proposal over here: Show Us Your City

  • Unfixed 2.0

    Giving a talk on Resonant Bits tomorrow as part of Unfixed 2.0 in the Pervasive Media Studio. Slides available as html (with video) or pdf

  • SXSW

    I attended SXSW for the first time last week to present a panel on “Subtle Interfaces: Designing for Calm Tech” along with Verity Macintosh, Chloe Meineck and Tom Metcalfe.  

  • Open-Jack!

    EARS are putting on an open-jack night on Thursday 29th April at the Ad-Hoc Gallery. I designed/illustrated the poster to pair up with the style of the VJ workshop (see previous post).…

  • EARS VJ/Visuals Workshop

    I designed this poster for the Electronic Arts Research Society (EARS) workshop being held on Wednesday 21st April in SARC. Looks like an interesting workshop and I recommend going along if you’re…

  • BBC radio interview

    Was interviewed this afternoon by BBC radio Ulster about the BeatBearing project. Apparently it should be appearing in tomorrows `What’s Next‘ program at noon (with a repeat on Monday at 19:30). One…