Initial ideas included how information is communicated to the user or audience. As we were making a publication and exhibition that communicating work by students and the idea that they were graduating to become professionals we wanted a theme that didn't overshadow the artists but a strong theme to explore thoroughly none the less. The idea of "human" came up in a meeting meaning the relationship between humans and artwork, humanisation of artwork and technology and the human characteristics considered when creating. Visual research started online and in the library as most projects do. Picking up any themes or relvent information, such as way finding, signs, the human body, the design of the underground. Collecting, so far, a collection of functional pieces.