A designerly learning New Year

A designerly learning New Year to all – may it be replete with creativity, courage and kindness. We have a thrilling (if challenging!) year ahead, with our new site due to open at the end of 2016. While the end of 2015 saw us bid a fond farewell to Flora, Audience Development Manager for our […]

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Accessing the Design Museum

I’m Aimée Taylor and I’m responsible for the Visitor Engagement programme here at the Design Museum, overseeing a program of talks and workshops for a general audience as well as Family programming. This is a new role at the Museum which has the visitor at its heart. Much of the content of the role is […]

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How do you ‘like’, ‘share’, ‘follow’ design?

Have you come across mention of the Design Museum on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or on a blog or other social media (besides, of course, right now)? The answer is probably yes, but it’s hoped that this would have been more than a fleeting glance. I’m Michael Czerwinski, Learning Manager for Public Programmes. I manage the […]

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Developing learning and consulting audiences

Our successful bid to the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF)  included support for Learning to develop and expand our work with existing and new audiences at the Design Museum. Our plan for this has been led by consultation with audiences.  I’d like to tell you a bit about how the Learning team has been going about […]

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Welcome to Designerly Learning

A cheery welcome to Designerly Learning, the Design Museum’s freshly baked learning blog, launching today as part of our Heritage Lottery Fund Activity Programme for Learning and Participation. We are the Design Museum Learning Team and we warmly invite you to join us, and a lively range of thought-provoking contributors, on the professional journey from the museum’s […]

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