Designs on Wellbeing, exploring responses to the wellbeing agenda
Hosted by Birmingham City University, 24th-25th July 2013
We are pleased to announce the Second International Conference Exploring the Multi-dimensions of Well-being.
This year the conference has a particular focus on examining how professions, practitioners, communities and individuals are reacting to the well-being agenda. Well-being 2013 will be asking a range of key questions – can we actually design for well-being – how do we experience personal well-being, how do existing approaches inform the overall agenda and is it possible to embed well-being as an overarching aim? Accordingly, Well-being 2013 aims to bring a diverse group of delegates together to debate and discuss current understanding, new ideas, novel practice and underpinning theories. Designs on well-being explores the notion that we all have experiences and responsibilities that impact on the well-being agenda; how we design goods, services and environments will influence personal well-being. Continue reading