We will be having a ‘launch event’ on the 16th January 2020, at the Autotrader building in Manchester City Centre, 6.30pm to 9pm. Hosted by Manchester Futurists, this will be a showcase of work so far and a chance to see new prototypes that combine […]
Coming soon! Here’s a little spoiler for you though – buttons that can feel and blocks that connect.
In the second workshop, seven prototypes were developed
Qualified Selves: Co-Creating Meaning Post-Big Data is an EPSRC funded project running throughout 2019 and 2020. More information about this grant can be found here
Although the project is led by a group of academics, designers and developers, this project would not exist without our participants. They are the co-designers in this project. Without their ideation, prototyping and testing, we would not have findings and designs that reflected the true […]
Using the participants ‘data dreams’ we created two design fictions to help them realise the potential of their data tracking, moving away from the idea that optimal data tracking can only be achieved through creating an app. Each participant was presented with a timeline from […]
Workshop Three was live illustrated by Paris Selinas.
Card Sorting At the end of the first workshop, participants had listed the main challenges they had with their own methods of personal data management. We then took these and created a card sorting activity for the participants to select their three most important aspects […]
The first workshop was held in May 2019. This was a chance for the group to get to know each other, find connections and commonalities and set an agenda for the rest of the project. User Personas After the initial one-to-one interviews held prior to […]