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Chris is an award-winning people-centred designer, researcher and writer with over fifteen years of experience on a broad range of projects in inclusive design, which have been successfully commercialised, exhibited and disseminated internationally.

Chris is a Senior Research Fellow at the Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design (HHCD) where he leads the Age & Diversity Research space. He is a graduate of Strathclyde University where he completed a Masters degree in Product Design Engineering, receiving the Outstanding Team Design Award from The Society of Design Engineers. He then went on to study at the Royal College of Art/Imperial College where he completed a Masters degree in Innovation Design Engineering, receiving the Anthea & Thomas Gibson Scholarship for two consecutive years. After a year working freelance in concept development and communication for brands such as Becks and One Little Indian, Chris joined the Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design as a Research Associate in 2004, working on numerous user-focused projects for a broad range of industry clients.