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Design Interactions

Head of programme

Professor Anthony Dunne
Professor Anthony Dunne

The Design Interactions programme explores new roles, contexts and approaches for interaction design in relation to the social, cultural and ethical impact of existing and emerging technologies.



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Student stories

  • Louis Buckley

    Louis Buckley

    Design Interactions is about using the medium of design to explore science and technology, often projecting into the future. It might be looking at nanotechnology or genetics, and is a way of exploring what would be palatable or ethical, or the political implications.



Darwin Workshops

The programme emphasises physical making and film/video making at exhibition-quality level, and students are encouraged to work in a diverse range of mediums. The students have access to an impressive range of facilities across the College, from glass-blowing, to rapid-prototyping, to textile weaving, to printmaking, to photography and film studios. There are also technical workshops that run throughout the first year on 3D modelling, electronics and programming, filmmaking and prototyping.


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