Consumer intervention mapping: a tool for the imagining of re-distributed manufacturing futures with consumers in the loop

2019-06-14T14:10:34Z (GMT) by Matthew Sinclair
This short paper describes work carried out as part of the ‘Business as Unusual – Designing Products with Consumers in the Loop’ feasibility study, which forms part of the EPSRC-ESRC (UK) funded Network in Consumer Goods, Big Data and Re-Distributed Manufacturing (RECODE)1. A multidisciplinary team from Cranfield University, Open University, Imperial College London and Loughborough University, and practicing industry leaders in the fields of sustainability, manufacture, big data, circular economy and consumer goods, were involved in the delivery of this feasibility study.