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Laura Lovell-Anderson

Course Leader, BA (Hons) User Experience Design
London College of Communication
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Laura  Lovell-Anderson


Laura Lovell-Anderson is the Course Leader of BA User Experience Design at London College of Communication.

Their undergraduate and graduate studies include a BFA · Industrial Design (with Exhibition Design minor studies) at Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD), MA · Design for Sustainability at SCAD, MSL · Law at Wake Forest University, and PhD · Design at North Carolina State University. As a designer, educator, and researcher, Laura’s inquiry focuses on the development of phenomena and interventions for complex problems at the intersections of design, technology, and social theory. Laura was a research resident at the Autodesk Technology Centre in Toronto and co-principal investigator of the research study, ‘Robotic Incremental Forming of Structural Profiles’, and co-principal investigator of 'The Autonomous Microfactory’: Skills Development Training Program for the Future Skills Centre at Ryerson University.

Laura's publication record spans the design discipline and includes 'Transforming interior volumes: volume + surface + mass', 'Urban Morphology Phenomena: Post-Industrial Urban Landscapes', and 'Materializing the Digital Realm: Textile of the Modern Age'. Their recent creative scholarship includes the installation ‘Vaisseau’ (LUMAS Toronto, DesignTO Festival), ‘noumenon (optical semblance)’ (Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto Outdoor Art Fair, S4E3 of ‘Kim’s Convenience’ tv series), and a boutique digital fabrication maker studio, ’make at HOEM’ in Toronto, Canada.

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View the BA (Hons) User Experience Design course page.