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Shall we forget about the older consumer?

In October, I took part in a seminar organised as part of the ILC-UK and Personal Finance Resource Centre project on financial circumstances and wellbeing hosted by Brown-Forman to discuss findings around consumer spending.  David Hayes from the PFRC presented new research exploring patterns of expenditure among older people which was then debated by an expert roundtable, along with


DFF at Mobility Roadshow

    The Mobility Roadshow is a major consumer event showcasing mobility innovation which this year celebrated its 30th anniversary. For the last three years, Enabled by Design and Such and Such Design have curated the Design Zone as a space to showcase a range of good design that supports independent living, from early stage


Stunning digital quilt impresses at Brighton Graduate Show

One of the highlights of the "Designing for the Future" Competition over the past couple of years has been seeing the project's alumni continuing to explore the themes from the Competition into their final year. Last year, Joshua Barnes entered the "Designing for the Future" Competiton with his Memory Decanter. This year Josh's digital quilts were the


DFF alumnus showcases his final year work

William Green entered his clock reminder project into our "Designing for the Future" Competition last year. Now about to graduate, he will be exhibiting his "Frugal" furniture and "Longevity Stools" at this year's Graduate Show at the University of Brighton. The idea behind the "Frugal Bench" (pictured) is to maximize the productivity of the material and address