- Arts and Culture
- Citizen Engagement
- Civic Design
- Hack and Jams
- Health and Wellbeing
- Service Design
- Snook Speaks to
- Testing and Prototyping
- User Experience
- Auburn University
- Big Society Capital
- British Council
- Broadway Cinema
- Cabinet Office
- Carr Gomm
- City & Guilds
- Comic Relief
- Department for Education Spring Consortium Innovation programme
- Department for Health
- Department for Work and Pensions
- Forth Valley College
- Future City Glasgow
- Glasgow City Council
- Government Digital Service
- Innovate UK
- Kaini Industries
- Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park
- NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde
- Open Glasgow
- Renfrewshire Council
- Strathclyde University
- UFI Charitable Trust
- University of Glasgow
- Wheatley Group
Through a fast-paced 8-week research sprint, we set off to explore what current and future customers need from social housing, now and in the future.
Four organisations working together to find out what role digital technologies can play in supporting people affected by domestic abuse.
Exploring and developing a digital platform with and for young people to promote their mental health and wellbeing.
Building the end-to-end view of an education service designed to help young people acquire the workplace skills they need to succeed.
Designing HullCoin’s end-to-end digital service experience to create positive social change.
What stops you from cycling in your city? We’re asking people around the world just that!
Exploring how technology can help support young people in care to stay safe and communicate more effectively with practitioners.
What happens when you bring arts, cultural and heritage organisations together? They come up with some ingenious prototypes.
Department for Work and Pensions: Researching the potential of digital to scale mental health services
Finding work is stressful. Being in work can be stressful. But could digital tools for mental wellbeing and employment be helpful?
Deciding the future of your National Park - citizens and local communities transforming the planning process.
Service Design, qualitative and quantitative user research to engage Glasgow citizens in the redesign of the new city Council website.
How can harnessing emerging technologies from the entertainment industry help innovate the future of personalised care?