SafariCart; A Wheelchair Add-on

How could we design employment opportunities for wheelchair users in low-resource settings? CONTEXT Aimed at tackling the ‘disability-poverty cycle’ in developing regions of the world, this project was conducted in collaboration with a charity in Sierra Leone, and with support from the SafariSeat wheelchair design team. The charity’s brief was to design a detachable trailerContinue reading “SafariCart; A Wheelchair Add-on”

Towards a Child-centred Approach to Inclusive Paediatric Mobility Design; An Interdisciplinary Exploration of Children’s Mobility Narratives in the Design Process

CONTEXT Mobility is a necessary and significant part of life which amongst children in particular, impacts multiple health outcomes. Independent mobility facilitates children’s physical, emotional, psychosocial, perceptual and cognitive development whilst also providing opportunities to make social interactions, increase confidence and participate with peers in everyday activities. Inclusive paediatric mobility (IPM) design is capable ofContinue reading “Towards a Child-centred Approach to Inclusive Paediatric Mobility Design; An Interdisciplinary Exploration of Children’s Mobility Narratives in the Design Process”

Absolute Relative

How can we translate the complexity of human perception and its relativity into a thought provoking and immersive experience? CONTEXT Our perception is never absolute, but relative. Absolute Relative is an interactive installation making use of the thermal grill illusion, discovered by Thorsten Thundberg, teaching visitors the relativity of our perception and how the brainContinue reading “Absolute Relative”