Prof Roger Coleman

Roger Coleman is Professor Emeritus of the Royal College of Art. He is on the Helen Hamlyn Centre's Board of Advisers and on advisory boards for it's healthcare research programmes. Roger co-founded and co-directed the Helen Hamlyn Research Centre 1999–2006 and was Professor of Inclusive Design at the Royal College of Art until July 2008. View Roger's full profile

Helen Hamlyn Centre

The Royal College of Art Helen Hamlyn Centre provides a focus for people-centred design and innovation at the RCA. Its multi-disciplinary team of designers, engineers, architects, anthropologists and communication experts undertake practical research and projects with industry to advance an approach to design within the RCA that is people-centred and socially inclusive. Find out more

 

Royal College of Art

The RCA is unusual both in its particular juxtaposition of art in a design environment and design in an art environment, and in its advancement of knowledge in the principles of art and design in their specific relation to industrial and commercial processes. The belief that knowledge can be generated, and questions answered, through analytic scholarship, experimentation and innovative examples of artefacts and designs, underpins our developing research projects and disciplines. Our interdisciplinary structure has facilitated our rapidly expanding research profile, as has our commitment to individual research practice, enquiry and output of international excellence. Find out more

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