Networked Cardboard

 stereotype? Each has been inspired by–and designed with–one of our grandparents, reflecting their interests, priorities and idiosyncrasies. All 14 together […]


Ring to Enter

Graham Pullin and I are always trying to come up with nice ideas for “public” examples of physical computing that […]


New DIxD website unveiled

We’re delighted to finally take the wrapper off our new website! Two of our current Level 4 students, Rory Colsell […]



  Student: Katy Chung Pangram is a social network for reviving and preserving minority languages by means of collaborative and participative […]

New Designers 2010

New Designers 2010

As you may know, this was the first year we entered New Designers, a prestigious showcase of the best graduates in […]