Disrupting Health & Social Care

Paul Rodgers, one of the founding members of the Design Disruption Group, presented his recent collaborative work “Designing with People Living with Dementia” with Alzheimer Scotland at the Annual Meeting of RESEC (Research in Specialist and Elderly Care) at the

Disrupting Health & Social Care

Paul Rodgers, one of the founding members of the Design Disruption Group, presented his recent collaborative work “Designing with People Living with Dementia” with Alzheimer Scotland at the Annual Meeting of RESEC (Research in Specialist and Elderly Care) at the

Designing with People Living with Dementia

This Disrupting Dementia tartan project was undertaken as part of Paul Rodgers’ Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) funded Design Research Fellowship that aimed to explore how design can contribute to the design and development of a range of enhanced

Designing with People Living with Dementia

This Disrupting Dementia tartan project was undertaken as part of Paul Rodgers’ Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) funded Design Research Fellowship that aimed to explore how design can contribute to the design and development of a range of enhanced

Perfect Day

PERFECT DAY is a service for people living with dementia that comprises a series of activity cards based on over 75 “authentic” accounts of people living with dementia’s PERFECT DAY. The service is aimed at dementia care support workers and

Perfect Day

PERFECT DAY is a service for people living with dementia that comprises a series of activity cards based on over 75 “authentic” accounts of people living with dementia’s PERFECT DAY. The service is aimed at dementia care support workers and

Department of Care

The Department of Care exhibition, created by my PhD student Dan Carey, poses an urgent question: “How can we make health and social care better?” Demand for support from the NHS, local authorities, and charities is higher than ever –

Department of Care

The Department of Care exhibition, created by my PhD student Dan Carey, poses an urgent question: “How can we make health and social care better?” Demand for support from the NHS, local authorities, and charities is higher than ever –

Design4Health Paper

One of the founding members of the Design Disruption Group, Paul Rodgers, spent 4 days at the Design4Health Conference this week at Sheffield Hallam University. The conference was very stimulating and there were many excellent papers, projects, and people there.

Design4Health Paper

One of the founding members of the Design Disruption Group, Paul Rodgers, spent 4 days at the Design4Health Conference this week at Sheffield Hallam University. The conference was very stimulating and there were many excellent papers, projects, and people there.

Inspiring Designers

Between 2001 and 2004 I interviewed a number of leading designers from across the world on the subject of what influenced them in their work and what inspired them. Some of the designers involved in the project included Ron Arad,

Inspiring Designers

Between 2001 and 2004 I interviewed a number of leading designers from across the world on the subject of what influenced them in their work and what inspired them. Some of the designers involved in the project included Ron Arad,

Redesigning the Status Quo

Paul Rodgers, one of the 4 founding members of the Design Disruption Group, was interviewed recently for a feature article in Dow Packaging’s magazine titled “in”. The article explores the phenomena of disruption in a design context and Rodgers gives

Redesigning the Status Quo

Paul Rodgers, one of the 4 founding members of the Design Disruption Group, was interviewed recently for a feature article in Dow Packaging’s magazine titled “in”. The article explores the phenomena of disruption in a design context and Rodgers gives