Past events

If you want to know how to write winning Pathways to Impact, achieve more impact from your research and make sure everyone knows about it, read on… Overview A one day intensive workshop - Fast Track the Impact of Your Research - on 12th June 2019 at UCL in London from 9.30 am to 4.30 pm. The aim is t …

HCI, Health and the Body

GetAMoveOn Summer School

What it's about Learning How the Body ACTUALLY Works to Connect with Interactive Design for Health, Wellbeing, Performance. Organised by prof m.c. schraefel , University of Southampton. Who it's for Anyone interested in HCI interactive health design will benefit from this intense look into the body …

We are sponsoring a workshop at CHI 2019 on Sunday 5th May to explore the Body As a Starting Point for interactive technology design, organised by m.c. schraefel, GetAMoveOn Network+ and University of Southampton, UK; Josh Andres, IBM, Australia; Aaron Tabor, UNB, Canada; and Erik Hekler, Health …

How does health feel? Stretch Orchestra

Research workshop - August 2018

Increasing numbers of people are getting to see their personal health data through wearables such as fitness trackers. But what does this data really mean to us, and does it change what we do to stay fit and healthy? Marion Lean from the Royal College of Art set out to explore how we relate to our …

Do you want to increase your success rate with research grant applications? THIS COURSE IS NOW OVER. The SketchNote above, courtesy of Nicola Marquard, summarises the approach to grant writing recommended by the course leader, Andrew Derringon. About the course This intensive, one-day event will …

Sept 2018 - Exploring affective and sensory dimensions of data

How can materials be used to explore the experience of systems and technologies designed to aid behaviour change in health and wellbeing?

Organised by: Marion Lean Date: Friday 21st September 2018 Time: 14:00 – 17:00 BST Location: Royal College of Art, London Who is this workshop for? Academics, practitioners, designers, technologists involved in the development of future technology interventions, applications products and e …

As part of the London Design Festival 2018, Marion Lean, a PhD design researcher at the Royal College of Art, created an interactive installation in collaboration with intelligent textiles innovators Footfalls and Heartbeats. Inspired by the concept of a Rube Goldberg machine, in which one action …