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Angus is a designer, researcher and critical technologist with over twelve years of experience in interaction design and education. His work focuses on post-digital behaviour.

Angus's career began in industry, leading design and programming teams for digital agencies and managing strategic research and development. Since 2011 Angus has worked in Higher Education, bringing his experience of digital technology practice to teaching interaction design and creative coding in art and design institutions. He established the Physical Computing Workshop at Central Saint Martins, supporting students across all disciplines on digital/physical hybrid projects. This involved teaching a range of technical skills such as electronics, programming and physical prototyping, as well as establishing critical approach to digital information and interface design.

In 2014 Angus became Senior Lecturer in the School of Communication Design at Falmouth University, teaching on the Digital Media and Graphic Design programs. He was responsible for planning and leading teaching activities in experience and interaction design.

Angus has taught on Information Experience Design since the course was established in 2012, first as a Visiting Lecturer. His teaching covers a wide range of topics including physical computing, computer vision, data manifestation, experimental interfaces and sensor networks.

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