Mark Wells

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Mark’s research looks at the impact of digital technology on our perception of time and space. He does this through creating and designing interventions in the physical space to ask questions and raise awareness of our use of technology and the impact on our awareness of time and space and the world around us.

Mark uses design as a tool to provoke questioning and self-awareness of our relationship, experience & understanding with the physical environment, with the aim to recognise the importance of ‘headspace’. Through this, his research looks at the intersection of art, design and technology and the impact they have in shaping culture and society.

Mark works specifically on projects about social wellbeing and community building that are cross-disciplinary, collaborative and creative, where digital interactive design and user experience is used to build awareness and engagement.

External positions

Visiting Lecturer, UX Design

1 Sept 2021 → …

Visiting Lecturer, University of Westminster

2015 → …

Visiting Lecturer, University of the Arts London

2010 → …

London College of Fashion, Multimedia Lecturer, University of the Arts London

Jan 2009Jul 2018

Interactive Design Consultant

Oct 2006 → …


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