We engage in interaction design bringing into dialogue different disciplinary perspectives, including the Cognitive and Social Sciences, Computer Science, Design and the Arts.
We acknowledge the entanglement between digital technologies and society, materiality and values. Building on theory and empirical research, we experiment with processes and practices to design new sociotechnical environments which:
Derive from the collective action of different social groups
Are respectful of the rich heterogeneity of the population as a whole
Gratify hedonic needs, including self-actualisation