Final Exhibition

The final projects demonstrate the multidisciplinary and questioning nature of Interaction Design and Service Design. A number of projects are provocative – answering poignant questions about topics such as fatal illness and mental health. Others tackle subjects such as sustainability, healthy eating or how we can use existing technology and services to improve our local environment. By applying the ‘learning by doing’ approach to their work, the students have produced an impressive collection of working prototypes.

The exhibition will be a celebration of the hard work, creativity and talent of the Interaction Design Programme students – with many things to see, prototypes to interact with and even a few experiments taking place. This was an exciting academic year and Revolve sets out to reflect that.