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Aging 2.0 – a step forward for age friendly design

Last Thursday, I was invited to talk at the Aging 2.0 event at Google's super cool CampusLondon venue. Aging 2.0  is a global network of innovators working in the 50+ market who are intent on accelerating innovation to improve the quality of life for older adults around the world. This was a pivotal event for me

How the Music Memory Box can help people with dementia

We have been running the Designing for the Future student design competition with the University of Brighton for three years now and it is both hugely satisfying and exciting to see how the students go on to develop their design thinking. Chloe Meineck first became involved with the project in 2011 when she entered The Hub, a

DFF features on Omhu blog

Really delighted that our student design competition, "Designing for the Future",  featured last week on the blog of US company, Omhu, designers of very beautiful walking sticks. "November 16, 2012 Designing For The Future We’re always pleased to find like-minded people operating in the same spaces and spheres that Omhu moves in, and we just heard about