Senior Appointment Boosts Life Science Capability at Fearsome
Converge Challenge 2018 Open for Business
As a result of a number of new client wins, we’re delighted to announce the appointment of Genevieve Pethererick-Kerr as Project Lead.
Genevieve joins us from Terumo Aortic (formerly Vascutek) and bolsters both our senior team and our life sciences capability.
Early Insights on our new Centurion Partnership
"It's fantastic being engaged with so many talented and ambitious entrepreneurs right at the start of their journey." Morven Shearlaw, Director at Fearsome on the launch of Converge Challenge 2018.
You Need 15...so says Ron.
Nils Aksnes, Fearsome's Project Lead, provides some early personal insights on the first project in the recently formed partnership with Centurion, the market leading personal protection equipment (PPE) manufacturers.
Stress buster is Fearsome FutureMaker
Understanding The Human Factor in Human Factors within Medical Device Design. His name is Ron. Our resident Human Factors expert, Morven Shearlaw, shares her thoughts following an intensive and insightful few days in Cambridge...
A Champion in More Ways Than One
And the winner is ......... Georgina Seviour's innovation to alleviate stress and anxiety - Rebeat. Rebeat is designed to help people to go about their day in a calmer state through using technology that synchronises the individual's heartbeat to a relaxed pace.
Rewarding Futures at GSA
Ellen McDermott, one of our core team here at Fearsome is moving on to be an elite road cyclist. We caught up with her for an interview about her experiences as a designer and to find out more about how she developed her more recent passion for road racing.
End Users Make Great Designers
The Futuremaking Award is our way of marking out a student who has demonstrated bravery, ambition, and thoughtfulness through their final year project. Someone who has clearly set out to design a better future for a specific group of people. This is the essence of Futuremaking.
Something we value, and consistently promote in our team, is the involvement of end users and other stakeholders in the design process. But what would it look like if they actually became part of the design team?