Dr Dylan Yamada-Rice is a Senior Tutor in Information Experience Design at the Royal College of Art. She is also a Senior Research Manager for Dubit, a company that specialises in strategy, research, and digital for kids entertainment brands. Her research is at the intersection of experimental design and social sciences, focusing on the design of digital storytelling, games and play on a range of platforms such as apps, augmented and virtual reality, as well as new content for television. She specialises in experimental visual and multimodal methods.
- Yamada-Rice, D. (2019) Including Children in the Design of the Internet of Toys: In Mascheroni, G. & Holloway, D. (Eds) The Internet of Toys: Practices, Affordances and the Political Economy of Children’s Smart play.
- Yamada-Rice, D., Rodrigues, D. & Zubrycka, J. (2019) Makerspaces and Virtual Reality Chapter 9. In: Marsh, J. Enhancing digital Literacy and Creativity. Routledge
- Yamada-Rice, D. (2018) Licking planets and Stomping on Buildings: children’s interactions with curated spaces in Virtual Reality. Children’s Geographies, Vol.16, No. 5. Recent Media work
Educational consultant for Foundling Bird’s TV series Moon and Me