Presentation at the University of Edinburgh Design Informatics
The NU team and peer researcher at THT was invited to join the Design Informatics webinar series on 29th April 2020. In our talk we described our collaborative and co-creative research practice within the INTUIT programme, focusing on the use of visual poetic inquiry to encourage dialogue and sense making of research data. Design Informatics is a research centre at Edinburgh University that designs systems for better human data interaction, in diverse settings such as health, culture, mobility and finance. Researchers at the centre explore how the design of flows of data sustain and enhance human values, through the use of new and emerging technologies and services such as the Internet of Things (IoT), Blockchain, Robotics, Speech Recognition and Data Visualisation. The video of our take can be accessed here.
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