This article shares the connections I have made between having experienced the Research Through Design 2015 Conference (RTD) and my experiences of doing Research through Design (RtD). To provide an example of doing RtD, I outline the projects situated at the heart of my doctoral studies, critically examine the features of my experience, and present how they have emerged from doing RtD. The purpose of this article is to provoke further discussion on the reflective processes of doing RtD and, in doing so, reveal the potential to map and inform the progression and effects of RtD methodology.

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