I am lecturer at the School of Design at the Northumbria University UK.
Until February 2020 I am also digital fellow for a AHRC founded project titled “One by One: Building Digital Confident Museums“, which aims to help UK museums of any size better define, improve, measure and embed the digital literacy of their staff and volunteers in all roles and at all levels.
With a Ph.D. in Design Sciences (2012), I am specialized in Design Research for Digital Cultural Heritage. I have been researching and teaching in leading research centres (in ITA, USA, and UK) that seek an interdisciplinary approach at the intersection of design, digital humanities/heritage, museum studies, and social science for the study of digital media design and its practices.
In December 2018 I successfully concluded my second Marie Curie project (H2020 Reintegration Grant), titled “Design Thinking for Digital Heritage: Developing Communities of Design Practice for Visitor Experience.” It is a joint project with the School of Museum Studies at the University of Leicester and the University of Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum (secondment).
In October 2015 I successfully concluded my first Marie Curie fellowship (International Outgoing Fellowship – FP7), titled “Digital Media for Heritage: Refocusing Design from the Technology to the Visitor Experience” that aimed to investigate design methods and techniques for Cultural Digital Heritage. The research was conjunctly conducted by the Program in Science, Technology, and Society at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the School of Museum Studies at the University of Leicester UK.
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