New book chapter in Flourish by Design exploring the mysterious case of design's future disappearance
Dr Joseph Lindley
Joe leads Design Research Works and is a Senior Research Fellow at Lancaster University.
He is passionate about the value of Design Research, in particular in applying that value to the challenges associated with emerging technologies, rapid societal change, and living sustainably.
Probably best described as a ‘generalist’ his research practice usually involves material engagements with possible futures.
This short paper reports on work conducted at Lancaster University to explore the impact of generative AI on education assessments as well as on Design Research practice
Appearing on the Economist's tech podcast to discuss the design issues arising from the security implications of generative AI
Call for Participation: workshop exploring diverse research outcomes and situated knowledge
Call for Participation: workshop tackling repairability challenges in smart devices
We contributed this collection of poetry to a CHI workshop exploring the materiality of data as a design material
This article, organised by Partnership on AI, explores how ethical review processes may help to mitigate the potential harms and unintended consequences arising from AI research
Fieldwork trip in the North East of the UK visiting both Newcastle University's interaction design group OpenLab and Northumbria School of Design
A summary and writeup of the conversation we hosted at the Design Research Society's 2022 conference in Bilbao
A week long fieldwork trip to Oslo to visit the Centre for Design Research
This is a video recorded for a 'Meet the Authors' session relating to a Special Issue of the Interaction Design and Architectures Journal. It gives a quick overview of our paper in the issue.
The second of our back-to-back visits in the Netherlands took us to TU Eindhoven
For the first of our international lab engagement series we visited Vancouver's Simon Fraser University to run workshops, give presentations, and conduct interviews with two prominent research groups
A podcast where we discuss ways to bridge the gap between academic and non-academic Design Research... and how that relates to a '21st Century Enlightenment'
Panel discussion at Design Research Society's 2022 conference in Bilbao
New £1.2m project engaging with technology and the right to repair
The Ultimate Measure of Success for Speculative Design (or Design Research, period) is to Disappear Completely
In this article we argue that once we don't have to explain the value of Design Research approaches like Speclative Design, then the project will have succeeded
Twitter bot that responds with views about the world of Design Research.
A paper published at the Association of Internet Researchers Conference disucussing the future of video conferencing