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  • Hazel WhiteDesign Research 2011 making sense of things
  • backgroundpast projectscurrent projects
  • Kirkcudbrightpopulation 2800 View slide
  • Pendant24 carat gold, White, 1993 View slide
  • body interventions
  • Permanent Fixture Wedding Ring Insertion Technique: Make 4mm incision to reveal bone. Clamp tissue. Drill bone to depth of 5mm. Use guide mechanism to insert 5mm self- tapping screw. Suture wound. Contraindications: Bone will calcify around screw threads in 6 – 8 weeks preventing removal. High risk of septicaemia due to open nature of wound. Tissue trauma indicated.body interventions
  • Judge Dredd
  • Kookmin University, Seoul
  • Design Mensch, (Human Design) Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg
  • White + Sim, Second Wedding Ringjewellery: objects that tell stories
  • analogue
  • analogue digital
  • IBM Philips and Swarovski
  • Jayne WallaceBlossom
  • Peter Wright: Technology as ExperienceJayne Wallace and Andy Dearden: Future Interaction Design
  • Action Research Lewin, K, 1946 and Swann, C. 1995
  • Jewelcodewith Ewan Steel
  • Processing: Casey Reas and Ben Fry
  • Ewan Steel
  • Written on the Body: with Ewan Steel
  • Who is it for?What’s it for?
  • user-testing
  • Physical Computing
  • affordanceaesthetics and function
  • Charmedwhat can jewellery tell us about what we wantfrom wearable technology?
  • Methodology
  • cultural probesGaver, B., Dunne T., Pacenti, E. (1999)Cultural Probes in: interactions, Vol 6, Issue 1, Jan/Feb 1999. ACM Press, NY
  • participant notes
  • monitoring caringspecialisation (Dourish)
  • surveillance awareness
  • QR Code
  • How could a digital crafted object connect Shetlanders to their dispersed families?
  • fiddling fair isle fire festivals
  • dotted out patterns QR Code Fair Isle knitting fiducial tag
  • software development by Paul Mackinnon
  • the hamefarers kist | knitted remotes
  • Domesticating TelecareShetland Telecare ProjectNora Kearney, Professor of Cancer Care
  • Jo Hodge andChildren’s HospiceAssociation Scotland
  • the value of making fast physical prototypeshow to collaborate with othersto involve potential users in the design process early onto communicate verbally about my workthe value (and limitations) of my knowledge‘muser’-centred to user-centred