Projects are diverse and include enhancing access to Mental Health Services for NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde; Collective Futures: Exploring Co-operative Business Models for Designer Makers; Design Innovation Support Programme for SMEs in partnership with Scottish Enterprise; the Future of Scottish Public Libraries; Climate Change Communications within Local Communities; and the Re-Imagining Workforce Development and Planning for the Scottish Social Services Council. She is also a contributor to EPSRC-funded TEDDI2: APAtSCHE – Aging Population Attitudes to Sensor Controlled Home Energy project – in partnership with the Institute of Electronic and Electrical Engineering at the University of Strathclyde.
Catherine is also the founder of Journey Associates, a dynamic innovation and design management consultancy offering user-focused research, analysis and strategic consultancy services. She has been involved in the fields of design and innovation for 19 years and has managed a range of national and international projects relating to design, innovation and sustainability. Clients include the British Council, Scottish Enterprise, the Design Council, the BBC, The Lighthouse, and the Scottish Government.