- Project Dates: From April 2014 to December 2016
- Project Leader: Dr. Abigail Durrant
This Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship aims to deliver significant methodological research examining innovative uses of Interaction Design (IxD) practice as a form of inquiry in interdisciplinary research. Working at the boundary of the arts and sciences, the research is grounded in the 'radically interdisciplinary' field of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI), which is rife with complex challenges for collaboration . Focusing on the uses of IxD techniques to facilitate dialogue and understanding between research partners and stakeholders, the Fellowship aims to develop a conceptual framework for guiding the application of IxD practice in methods of communicative exchange.