Britta F. Schulte is a Teaching/Research Assistant at Bauhaus-University Weimar in Germany, while finishing off her PhD on design fictions and their use in sensitive settings such as dementia care. In her spare time, she writes stories, many of which feature robots. If she is not reading, writing or knitting, she makes zines, such as her self-published “Take Care #1: Robots”, “Take Care #2: Technology, Dementia & Care”, and “Still me but enby” on her coming out as non-binary.
Marie Louise Juul Søndergaard is a Postdoctoral Researcher in Interaction Design and Digital Women’s Health at KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden. Her research is engaging with sexual and reproductive health, currently designing for and with menarche and menopause life transitions. During her PhD, she researched and designed sex technologies using design fictions methods and co-design workshops.
Rens Brankaert is a Professor in Health Innovations and Technology at Fontys University of Applied Sciences and Assistant Professor in Industrial Design at University of Technology Eindhoven. His research is about designing with and for people living with dementia, following the paradigm of warm technology which is inclusive, accessible and user-friendly. In this work design research, co-design and Living Lab approaches are used.
Kellie Morrissey is a Lecturer in Design for Health and Wellbeing at the School of Design in the University of Limerick, Ireland. Her work focuses on experience-centred and phenomenological approaches to the co-design of digital technologies for and with marginalised participants. Her PhD in Applied Psychology focused on the design of technologies to encourage meaningful connection in dementia care, and since then she has worked on women’s health, sexual health, and reproductive rights.
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