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Luka Kille


  • Luka Kille is a researcher and designer with a background in social science. Her work and research focuses on enabling those within the visually impaired community to use design and communication as a tool to change behaviours that link to the spectrum of ability. Luka is currently working with the visually impaired community as well as being part of a project that educates executives to enable design as a business tool and a path for organisational and personal growth and transformation.

  • Biography

  • Luka completed a Masters degree in Information Experience Design at the Royal College of Art in 2017. She is currently working at the Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design as a Research Associate on a project in partnership with The Royal National Institute for Blind People (RNIB) entitled 'How We See' and the Creative Leadership programme, where Luka is building up a body of research as well as creating design outputs and research materials..

    'How We See' is a project that addresses the difficulties the visually impaired community face concerning representation and lack of awareness by the public around the topic of sight loss. 

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  • Publications, exhibitions and other outcomes

  • Presentations and Conferences

    • Colour Embodied (How blind people see colour) (2018) Monochrome Exhibition  National Gallery 
    • Visual Research FOCUS Summer School (2017) Manchester


    • Memories of the Future (MakerSpace) (2015) London 
    • Absolute Relative (Sonar+D,) (2016) Barcelona 
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  • Awards and Grants

  • Critical Culture Award, Bristol (2014)