All posts filed under “DJCAD student work

Feedback from student presentations

A great morning was had on Friday 8th November when the DJCAD Masters of Service Design students presented their findings to the people of Pitlochry. The presentations will be made available here in due course.The audience was treated to a lot of research, information about […]

Making Sense

After the spending the first week of the project in doing user research, gathering insights and collation of data we moved onto the second week when we started making sense of the data and seeing patterns. Some of the tools that we used are mentioned […]

Project update

So, it’s been a busy few weeks! We were given the opportunity to stay overnight in Pitlochry allowing us two full days for our primary research. I can honestly say it was one of the best and most exhausting experiences I’ve had. We were able […]

The 48-hour challenge

Oh wow! I have just returned from spending 48 hours in Pitlochry with the Masters of Design students from DJCAD. It was the most energetic two days one could imagine. Pitlochry’s Atholl Centre, which was hub for the students during their stay, quickly turned into […]

A facilitator of others’ creativity

On Friday 18th October, 21 Masters students from Duncan of Jordanstone Art School had their first taster of the beautiful sights and sounds of Pitlochry – their project site for the next four weeks. The students were asked to explore their role as ‘designers’ and […]