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The Design Disruption Group is small group of design educators, researchers, practitioners, and students based at Northumbria University Design School whose collective objective is to bring about positive change via disruptive design acts . The Design Disruption Group was established

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The Design Disruption Group is small group of design educators, researchers, practitioners, and students based at Northumbria University Design School whose collective objective is to bring about positive change via disruptive design acts . The Design Disruption Group was established

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Designed with Dementia Products

As part of the ongoing Designed with Me project led by Euan Winton with Paul Rodgers (both based at Imagination, Lancaster University), a number of products have been developed in collaboration with a number of people living with dementia in

Designed with Dementia Products

As part of the ongoing Designed with Me project led by Euan Winton with Paul Rodgers (both based at Imagination, Lancaster University), a number of products have been developed in collaboration with a number of people living with dementia in

Designed with Dementia…

Designed with Dementia…, an exciting, interactive co-design and make project, is part of Lancaster University’s Campus in the City that brings world-class research and more to the city centre of Lancaster. The aim is to bring local people, academics and

Designed with Dementia…

Designed with Dementia…, an exciting, interactive co-design and make project, is part of Lancaster University’s Campus in the City that brings world-class research and more to the city centre of Lancaster. The aim is to bring local people, academics and

Designed with Dementia

Designed With Dementia… is a design intervention that makes use of the latent creative abilities of people living with dementia. Designed With Dementia… adopts a co-design approach where people living with dementia are highly valued and their inputs and collaborations

Designed with Dementia

Designed With Dementia… is a design intervention that makes use of the latent creative abilities of people living with dementia. Designed With Dementia… adopts a co-design approach where people living with dementia are highly valued and their inputs and collaborations

Dragons’ Den inspired Competition for People Living with Dementia

On Wednesday 5 April, 2017 I will be one of the “dragons” on Making Space’s Dragons’ Den inspired competition for their dementia associates. The event will be held at Lancaster University. In Making Space’s dementia services they have dedicated associates

Dragons’ Den inspired Competition for People Living with Dementia

On Wednesday 5 April, 2017 I will be one of the “dragons” on Making Space’s Dragons’ Den inspired competition for their dementia associates. The event will be held at Lancaster University. In Making Space’s dementia services they have dedicated associates

Defying Dementia

One of the four founding members of the Design Disruption Group, Paul Rodgers, was a panelist at the recent Defying Dementia event held at The Peter Scott Gallery, Lancaster University. The panelists also included Dr Penny Foulds, Lancaster University and

Defying Dementia

One of the four founding members of the Design Disruption Group, Paul Rodgers, was a panelist at the recent Defying Dementia event held at The Peter Scott Gallery, Lancaster University. The panelists also included Dr Penny Foulds, Lancaster University and

Disrupting Dementia Exhibition, Stirling

The Disrupting Dementia tartan co-design project will be exhibited at the Stirling Smith Art Gallery and Museum from 25 November 2016 to 5 February 2017.    

Disrupting Dementia Exhibition, Stirling

The Disrupting Dementia tartan co-design project will be exhibited at the Stirling Smith Art Gallery and Museum from 25 November 2016 to 5 February 2017.    

Verdant Works Exhibition

From 23 January to 3 April 2016, the “Disrupting Dementia” tartan produced as part of Paul Rodgers’ AHRC-funded Design Research Fellowship was exhibited at Scotland’s Jute Museum – Verdant Works in Dundee. The exhibition attracted nearly 3,500 visitors.  

Verdant Works Exhibition

From 23 January to 3 April 2016, the “Disrupting Dementia” tartan produced as part of Paul Rodgers’ AHRC-funded Design Research Fellowship was exhibited at Scotland’s Jute Museum – Verdant Works in Dundee. The exhibition attracted nearly 3,500 visitors.