All posts by Gerry Scullion

Founder of This is HCD and host of Bringing Design Closer. Director of Humana Design a human-centered service design practice in Dublin, Ireland. Fellow of RSA.

Georgie Smallwood ‘N26 – Building the financial foundations of the future of neo-banking’

Hello, my name is Gerry Scullion and welcome to Bringing Design Closer, which is part of the This is HCD Network. I’m a service design practitioner and trainer based in Dublin City, Ireland.

/ May 21, 2019

Roman Pichler ‘Exploring product strategy success factors through a Design lens’

Hello, my name is Gerry Scullion and welcome to Bringing Design Closer, which is part of the This is HCD Network.  I’m a service design practitioner and trainer based in Dublin City, Ireland. 

/ May 7, 2019

Doug Powell ‘Building a global Design capability and mindset at IBM’

Hello, my name is Gerry Scullion and welcome to Bringing Design Closer, which is part of This is HCD.  I’m a service design practitioner and trainer based in Dublin City, Ireland. 

/ April 30, 2019

Kate Dawson ‘Redesigning how we educate and communicate sexual education’

Hello, and welcome to Brining Design Closer. My name is Gerry Scullion and I’m a service design practitioner based in Dublin City, Ireland. Today, I caught up with Kate Dawson, a doctoral researcher from the NUI school of psychology in...

/ April 16, 2019

Doug Powell

Doug Powell is an award-winning designer with more than 30 years of experience in a wide range of design disciplines.

/ April 12, 2019

Aleth Gueguen ‘Looking at Design through a GDPR lens’

Hello, and welcome to Bringing Design Closer. My name is Gerry Scullion and I’m a service design practitioner based in Dublin City, Ireland. I caught up with Aleth Gueguen, a GDPR legal specialist based on Nantes, France. We chat about...

/ April 9, 2019

André Schaminée ‘Designing with and within public organisations’

A very warm welcome to the very first episode of Bringing Design Closer. It’s a podcast dedicated in exploring the tactical and strategic things that work in enabling a design centricity to occur in organisations, businesses, and governments.

/ April 2, 2019

Jeff Gothelf

‘A terrific storyteller, Jeff uses his gift to share big, complex ideas in simple, accessible ways. We all take away something we can use to improve our own position immediately; and something we can’t wait to tell to people we...

/ March 12, 2019

André Schaminée

André Schaminée trained as a planner, earning his stripes as an entrepreneur in the cultural sector and as a project manager on large spatial planning projects.

/ March 4, 2019

Matiu Bush

Matiu founded One Good Street, a social networking platform to encourage neighbour initiated care for older residents at risk of social isolation and loneliness.

/ February 25, 2019

Nick Coster

Nick Coster is the Head of Training and a Co-founder of Brainmates, Australia’s only business dedicated to the professional development of Product Management people.  With over 20 years as a Product Management practitioner and 10 years as a Product Management trainer...

/ February 19, 2019

Brendan Dawes ‘Working at the intersection of People, Objects & Technology.’

We’re at Pixel Pioneers in Belfast today. A conference that has been going for two years. It was a fantastic day.

/ January 29, 2019

Dr. John Curran ‘Two tribes go to war. Dealing with conflict as part of Design.’

Hello and welcome to the first episode of 2019. I hope you had a good break and a good holiday season.

/ January 15, 2019

Brendan Dawes

Brendan Dawes is an artist and designer exploring the interaction of objects, people, technology and art using form and code with an eclectic mix of digital and analogue materials.

/ December 20, 2018

Gerry McGovern ‘Top Tasks; A method for understanding peoples product and service requirements’

There's some of you might know the Top Tasks methodology already and even if you do, I encourage you to listen as I break down the methods to better understand the mechanics and get Gerry's insights into where it works...

/ December 18, 2018

Hazel White & Mike Press ‘Making a difference through design’

Hazel White and Mike Press from OpenChange in Scotland join me on the show this week, and we dig  a little deeper into what myself and Sarah Drummond covered about the changes in the Scottish design landscape and what trigged...

/ December 4, 2018