Matthew Lievesley

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Research Interests

My research investigates how Design's human-centred approach contributes to responsible innovation in different settings. These themes are explored chiefly through a practice-based approach within partner organisations, where competition, compromise, risk and pragmatics are all at play. I work with commercial, social and public sector partners. For example:

Commercial Sector Innovation: Developing a programme of activity to embed customer-centric innovation approaches into Parker Hannifin Corp., the world's biggest filtration company. The partnership project was graded outstanding by the funder: InnovateUK, and led the company to win its first Red Dot design award.

Public and Social Sector Innovation: I am currently working on projects concerning Person-Centred Heathcare, mapping and improving pathways through the disjointed health and wellbeing landscape, to improve the experience of patients and their carers. My collaborators in this area of research include: AgeUK, Hitachi, NESTA, NHS (healthcare service design) and NIHR.

 

Research Student Supervision Interests

Design-led Innovation; Design for Person-Centred Healthcare; Design for Behaviour Change

Education/Academic qualification

Business and Administration, MBA

1 Sep 200122 Jun 2004

Award Date: 22 Jun 2004

Industrial Design, BA (Hons)

1 Sep 198830 Jun 1992

Award Date: 30 Jun 1992

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