Noemie Soula to present at NEW NOW Festival of Digital Arts
Noémie Soula presents work at “Another End is Possible” conference, at NEW NOW Festival of Digital Arts in Essen.
Noemie Soula to present at Epidermotopia exhibition in Paris
Noémie Soula presents work at Epidermotopia exhibition in Paris.
Funding awarded to develop novel technologies for Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis Management
Design For Health Vol 5 issue 1 Apr 2021, edited by Paul Chamberlain
This issue of the Design For Health journal presents a collection of papers that exemplify the diversity of approaches and applications in design and health.
BioDesign Challenge: The Living Sponge
The Living Sponge: Sheffield Hallam Art & Design students present their concepts at the international Biodesign Challenge Summit this week.
Evaluation of ‘ADHD Hero Activity Book’ paper published in Design For Health
This paper, now published in Design For Health, describes the evaluation of a prototype activity book (previously co-designed by Lab4Living researchers, families of young people with ADHD, educators and clinicians). Results indicate the activity book is an effective communication aid between young people and families. Read the paper here:
Lab4Living PhD student Marika Grasso to exhibit at CHItaly 2021 “Frontiers of HCI”
Following on from a recent online residency, Marika Grasso has been accepted to exhibit in CHI Interactive Experiences at CHItaly11th – 13th July 2021. Marika is currently studying for her PhD within Lab4Living. Her exhibit “Touch/Matter Beyond Touchscreens” asks the question “Have you ever really touched your touchscreen?”
New proposed pathways for UTI testing in primary care settings
We have developed new pathways for patients to ensure more efficient testing for UTIs in primary care settings.
Final concept for UTI testing in Primary Care project
This week the team created an animation video of the final concept for the UTI testing device in primary care settings project.
Ethical Roadmap published in Design For Health
Claire Craig, Helen Fisher and researchers from Northumbria University consider the ethical tensions and dilemmas faced in interdisciplinary research in a new journal article. The team has developed an Ethical Roadmap to support ethical practices in design and human-computer interaction (HCI) research. Available now in Design For Health: