MDes Design Innovation and Citizenship, BDes Fashion Design
Sneha Raman develops innovative approaches to engage with complex social or systemic issues, focussing on the social conditions of designing. Her research focuses on developing participatory design approaches for innovation in health and social care in Scotland. She also teaches the Postgraduate course in Transformation Design. Her research interests include: participatory design, design and democracy, transformation design, policy and creative futures, design for health and wellbeing, design methods, design theory and pedagogy.
Sneha studied Design Innovation and Citizenship at The Glasgow School of Art. Before moving to Scotland, she worked as a Design Researcher and Innovation Manager with a leading commercial design and research organisation in India. Sneha holds a bachelors degree in Fashion Design from National Institute of Fashion Technology, India; following which she had a brief stint working as a designer and lifestyle trends and forecast analyst.
Read more about Sneha’s work at: radar.gsa.ac.uk/