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Interaction Design

Meet our staffOur academics in Interaction Design are focused on meeting the challenges presented by new technologies in the 21st century. These are considered broadly within design, arts, healthcare and humanities.

The group takes a multidisciplinary approach to the development of robust but highly novel paradigms and methodologies such as user-security, community empowerment, interactive media performance and transdisciplinary collaboration. Researchers develop new designs and research practices on the creative digital economy and on ageing and wellbeing.

Other researchers are focused on creating innovative products, devices, services and experiences that offer significant improvements to people's quality of life. The development of new technologies and paradigms for digital interaction are core practices that our researchers all share. The research undertaken in Interaction Design has been widely disseminated in the most prestigious conferences, journals, publishing venues and exhibition spaces.

Case Study: Creating immersive audio-visual experiences

 


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