A thesis can be many things—an opportunity to dig deep, the beginning of a new idea, a jump into the unknown, the presentation of our dearest work, or simply a way to mark time in a creative life. A thesis can take many forms and in Design and Technology this is particularly apparent. The works collected in this volume represent explorations into augmented reality, sculpture, photography, healthcare, education and beyond. Their range feels entropic. Regardless of form or function however, these authors have arrived together in this specific moment of self reflection. These should not just be read as joyful reflection on individual work, but on the community of practice we all share.

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