|Description||The Design for Age Project - looked at such design issues as Arriva buses, lines painted in hospital corridors and many other items. Members acted as informants on specified items, such as tetra milk cartons, with the hope of evaluating and improving design for older people|
|Type||U3A-led research (not an SLP)|
|U3A||U3A in London|
|Organization/partner||Royal College of Art, Helen Hamlyn Research Centre|
|Source of reference||Elizabeth Gibson|
Described in '500 Beacons' p189
Souces 13, September 2001 - article by Roger Coleman, Director, Helen Hamlyn Research Centre, Royal College of Art,
This appears to have been in the format of an SLP but it took place before that title was in use. It was led by Marion Bieber, who has since died.