Card design for Our Journey

An early wireframe for the card design on the developing Our Journey project. The card will contain mandatory and discretionary fields. This version of the design shows a flip-style card enabling both sides to contain content – a summary facing side and more in-depth information on the ‘reverse’ side. This design may not make it … Continue reading “Card design for Our Journey”

Engaging Opportunities

Connecting young people with contemporary research I’ve been representing engaged research, on and off, for about 10 years. Initially, this work involved Richard (Rick) Holliman and Trevor Collins who had been engaging through participatory design with a range of stakeholders to co-produce the Isotope community website. They asked me to work with them to produce … Continue reading “Engaging Opportunities”

nQuire

The nQuire platform serves to provide a sandbox for those people interested in science and research. Participants can take part in research projects or author a project themselves. nQuire was developed in partnership between The Open University and the BBC. My role was to work with an external agency; Clearleft, to develop a user experience … Continue reading “nQuire”

A logo for AIR

The Academic Information Repository (AIR) was developed as a by-product of the recent re-development of the website for the Institute of Educational Technology (IET). One of the challenges in developing web sites when inside an educational context is trying to establish who owns the content. To be clear, I am not referring to marketing blurb … Continue reading “A logo for AIR”

Planet stripped bare

When Dr Guy Davies contacted me I felt a rush of excitement. The asteroseismoloists at the University of Birmingham tend to deal in the stuff of science fiction – except that they are in the process of turning it into fact, well, if their hypothesis is true. Guy informed me that he had some data … Continue reading “Planet stripped bare”

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