This chapter aims to draw a map of a design research project. It purposes to contextualise interaction design within less related, more diverse disciplines, within interdisciplinary research. Perhaps unique role for design research might even be described as Medidisciplinary. In attempting to remap the projects as much outside as inside the Triangle, the first challenge is to identify the disciplines, fields and communities, beyond design research, that they involved. Outside the Triangle, Speech Hedge was much more informed by the state of the art in speech technology and in particular the Centre for Speech Technology Research at the University of Edinburgh–but there was also more spontaneous inspiration from contemporary interaction design and graphic design, in particular the work of Orla Kiely, which seems more part of design practice.