Exploring Digital Creativity support

INJECT Project Leader Neil Maiden (City University) presented a digital creativity application to improve health-and-safety in a manufacturing plant at the 11th ACM Creativity and Cognition Conference in Singapore.

In the related paper “Establishing Digital Creativity Support in Non-Creative Work Environments”, the authors explore digital support for human creativity, which is also the basis for INJECT:

“The different uses, successful and unsuccessful, revealed which digitized creativity techniques were effective, different enablers for and barriers to the uptake of the digital creativity support in complex work places, and the importance of management support for aligning work practices and digital capabilities to support creative thinking.”