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Lucy Robertson, Chris Lim, Wendy Moncur. Interactive Textiles for Wellbeing in Dementia Friendly Communities, Book chapter for Routledge - Design Research for Change Book Series: Design for People Living with Dementia, Edited by Paul Rodgers.

Lucy Robertson, Sara Nevay, Helen Jones, Christopher S.C. Lim & Wendy Moncur (2020) Birds of a Feather Sew Together: A mixed methods approach to measuring the impact of textile and e-textile crafting upon wellbeing using Warwick- Edinburgh Mental Wellbeing Scale (WEMWBS) Link: P561 of Design4Health proceedings 2020

Lucy Robertson, Christopher S.C. Lim & Wendy Moncur (2019). Sonic Flock; Crowdsourcing, Exhibiting and Gifting Textile Birds for Wellbeing,


Lucy Robertson (2019) Sonic Flock: using textile birds to start conversations within a Dementia Friendly Community in the Outer Hebrides, The Design Journal, 22:sup1, 2171-2172, DOI: 10.1080/14606925.2019.1595459

Sara Nevay, Lucy Robertson, Christopher S.C. Lim & Wendy Moncur (2019) Crafting Textile Connections: A mixed-methods approach to explore traditional and e-textile crafting for wellbeing, The Design Journal,22:sup1, 487-501, DOI: 10.1080/14606925.2019.1595434

Lucy Robertson (2017) Sonic Textiles for Health and Wellbeing, The Design Journal, 20:5, 683-692, DOI: 10.1080/14606925.2017.1349984

Work featured in...

Life Changes Trust 'Flash Report' P8


Res|Fest 2019



Gavin Stuart, 13 February 2019, '''E-textiles' could help in fight against loneliness'' STV News

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Johnathan Watson, 12th Feburary 2019, 'Textiles researchers go Dutch with electrifying fabrics'

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Dominic Younger, 10 August 2018, 'Birds of a Feather sew Together'

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