Having a common interest in psychology, ubiquitous computing and design, I am passionate about delivering therapeutic interventions for children with developmental disorders especially autism and cultivating more engaging experience by implementing interactive and embodied mediums.
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Susana is an interaction/industrial designer passionate about using technologies in the service of improving people’s lives. She is a PhD candidate and tutor at DesignLab and a member of the robotics and digital fabrication team at the Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning at University of Sydney with experience in designing, prototyping and building sensor-based interfaces. Continue reading “Susana Alarcon”
Scott is a PhD candidate at UNSW Art & Design. With a background in installation and interaction design, Scott’s research aims to establish a framework for designers to focus on opening channels of communication between researcher and participant; recognising that conversations are not limited to language, but also include other modes of physical and sensory expression. Continue reading “Scott Brown”
“It is not my intention to ‘fix’ what is ‘broken,’ but rather to empower beauty in the imperfect and vulnerable.” Dawn-joy Leong is an Autistic multi-artist whose ongoing transdisciplinary research and practice challenges rigid entrenched perceptions and introduces novel intimate insights into Autism. Continue reading “Dawn-Joy Leong”