Archive for May, 2011

Designing with a spirit of enquiry

Whenever opportunities come up to learn from people in other design disciplines, if we’re not lashed to a keyboard, we’re interested. So this month, we’ve been: Taking part in Imperial College Design London fellow Rob Maslin‘s research into behavioural design around food.¬†Pictured: Lydia taking artichoke pics at Abbey Gardens in east London. Finding out about […]

Red and yellow and blue and green…

Technology is a wonderful thing. It does the boring bits. It sends visuals in a trice. But it’s a thrill to walk into a room full of physical samples of colour. These are at the Gladstone Pottery Museum in Staffordshire, a Victorian factory preserved as a record of the craft, the people and the working […]