PART I Overview / introduction1. Introduction - using design-led approaches to design with people: an overview of the realities in practiceSarah MortonPART II: Design-led approaches for intervention developmentSECTION A: Design-led health interventions2. Person-centred technology for independent living: designing individualised participation-focused interventionsDuncan Pentland, Julie King, and Gail Carin-Levy3. Co-designed or evidenced based? Developing digital self-management interventions for long-term conditionsClaire McCallum, Miglena Campbell, Kate Hackett, and John Vines4. Targeted Design for a Specialist Working Population: how Farm Vets Inform the Design of Web-based Interventions That Support Coping Kate Lamont and Andrew Duncan5. Take a stand for workplace health: designing sit-stand desk interventions to reduce sitting and increase physical activity Jennifer Hall and Louise Mansfield6. Designing innovation for health: The role of problem framing in Uganda Leigh-Anne Hepburn7. Towards a shared understanding of genuine co-design with people with lived experience: reflections from co-designing for relational and transformational experiences in health and social care in the UKSneha Raman and Tara French8. Designing with predictive models: situating the Covid Aware app in JamaicaLarissa Pschetz , Arlene Bailey, Jonathan Rankin, Jessica Enright, and Marisa WilsonSECTION B: Design-led Lifestyle Interventions9. An e-Laboratory Designed to Enhance Learning Opportunities through ExperienceWilliam James Morton10. Futuring the Entrepreneur: design as a Pedagogic Catalyst within Sustainable Entrepreneurship Learning George Jaramillo and Joseph Lockwood11. Design-led approaches for responding to behaviour change: in the context of adventure sport Sarah Morton12. Make Space for Girls: Designing Greenspace and Other Public Spaces to Reflect the Needs of Teenage Girls Amanda Seims, Susannah Walker, Imogen Clark, and Sufyan Abid Dogra13. Designing beyond Tokenism: transdisciplinary Collaboration within the Academy Leigh-Anne HepburnPART III: Cross-cutting learning and what next...14. Reflections on Chapters 2-13: what can we learn from existing multi-disciplinary practice, and what next?: toward a framework for design-led practice for designing complex interventions to address societal issues Sarah Morton, William James Morton
Sarah Morton is a senior academic at the University of Edinburgh. She is a design engineer and ethnographer, and uses participatory, shared decision making and co-design approaches to develop interventions.