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Our innovation practice involves configuring and developing real technologies for real communities. We develop open source systems, many of which are deployed across the world with community organisations.
We partnered with the IFRC to develop an easy-to-deploy participatory video process to capture meaningful stories and the voices of remote communities.
A safe space for employees and community members to anonymously discuss issues and concerns about their work environments.
Virtual attendees that join meetings to provide real-time participation analytics to support students and tutors in online, group-based workshops.
A tablet game to support the development of empathic perception among pre-school children which introduces progressively complex social interactions and emotions.
A digital platform leveraging the capabilities of consumer devices as an outdoor-learning toolkit,
designed with students and teachers.
Innovative, two-person distributed interface to support ‘mystery shopper’ evaluation of businesses over the phone following a dynamic script.
Hardware sensor platform designed for the largest study of physical activity ever conducted (over 100K participants), used by clinical researchers around the world.
An online 24-hour dietary recall system developed for Food Standards Scotland. Now in Danish, Portuguese and Arabic, and used in the Scottish Health Survey.
Web platform that supports communities of interest in co-designing and deploying native, mobile location-based rating applications based on set templates.
Dan Lambton-Howard’s distributed role-playing game delivered over WhatsApp for teams of volunteers to contribute to organisational strategy through creative tasks.
Jay Rainey’s platform for any Red Cross volunteer to capture and annotate structured interviews, sharing analysis with the community to support strategy development.
Rebcca Nicholson’s authentic learning environment for K12 creative arts education where students run a live music event. Digital tools ensure appropriate evidence collection and teacher engagement.