Sara Heitlinger shares seeds in east London, researches how we could design technology for more sustainable and equitable cities, and teaches ethics in computing, as a Lecturer in Computer Science in the Centre for Human Computer Interaction Design at City, University of London.
Alex Taylor lives in a tangled web of academic, technological and otherthan-human worlds. He co-directs the Centre for Human Computer Interaction Design at City, University of London, is committed to a fairer technoscience, and lives in a flux of human-nonhuman relations in East London.
Bill Gaver Bill Gaver has built a career developing novel approaches for pursuing design as research over the course of numerous practice-based projects. He came to Design as a lapsed psychologist and cognitive scientist with a background in HCI and Politics and long-standing engagements with Sociology and STS.
Cagatay Turkay is sharpening his growing skills at the Canalside Community Food in the Midlands, and researches on data-human-algorithm interactions at the Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies at University of Warwick.
Dean Brown is a 3D designer and researcher based in London. He is the founder of Brown Office – a multidisciplinary studio creating objects, installations and interiors. Amongst other things he has designed vases, cameras, kitchens and sunglasses for puffins. firstname.lastname@example.org
Mike Vanis a creative technologist with a background in working with the microprocessor platforms and networking and is well-versed in software and hardware design. He pursues his personal practice with his partner Cindy as Unit Lab, making playful products inspired by science and the natural world. email@example.com
Andy Sheen is a creative technologist with a background in hardware design as well as software. He is experienced in working with the technologies needed for stand-alone computational products. He has a background in audio design and works with electronic installations in his personal practice. firstname.lastname@example.org
Liliana Ovalle has worked on a wide range of research projects focusing on the design and production of research devices and design-led methodologies for public engagement. Parallel to her research Liliana runs her design practice where she works on experimental one-off projects and collaborations with industry. email@example.com
The Roving Microscope is a community microscope club in Bethnal Green, that has been exploring human and soil ecologies.
Cordwainers Grow is a small nonprofit organisation that attempts to find creative, collaborative and practical ways to connect people with the natural environment – and each other.