Speakers

Adam Lawrence

Adam StJohn Lawrence connects the worlds of business and show-business. A professional comedian, for years he has worked in large organisations, using his experience of theater, film and storytelling to help people work together better – running great projects, developing...

/ November 19, 2018

Hazel White

Open Change is a Service Design consultancy based in Dundee, Scotland which takes a people-centred approach to innovation and organisational development.

/ November 13, 2018

John Thackara

John Thackara is a philosopher, writer and advisor. He helps companies, cities and regions design place-based innovation platforms that benefit all life, not just human life. He is senior advisor on the new Masters in Relational Design at Pontio, in...

/ September 9, 2018

Mike Press

Open Change is a Service Design consultancy based in Dundee, Scotland which takes a people-centred approach to innovation and organisational development.

/ August 13, 2018

Sarah Drummond

Sarah is a designer, CEO and serial idea generator. She co-founded Snook, MyPolice, CycleHack, Dearest Scotland, Alloa Pride and The Matter. For this work she was awarded a Google Fellowship for her work in technology and democratic innovation and named as...

/ June 19, 2018
Steve Portigal looking into a wall of colours

Steve Portigal

Steve Portigal helps companies to think and act strategically when innovating with user insights. He is principal of Portigal Consulting, and the author of two books: The classic Interviewing Users: How To Uncover Compelling Insights, and new, Doorbells, Danger, and...

/ June 17, 2018

Adam Fivenson

Adam Fivenson is a user research and digital design specialist at DAI’s Center for Digital Acceleration. His approach to design is based on empirical experience with users in the frontier markets where DAI operates. He has conducted Frontier Insights design...

/ May 29, 2018

Frank Long

Frank Long is a Director of Frontend.com an international UX design studio based in Dublin, Ireland. Founded in 1998, Frank and his team have spent 20 years shaping how everyday people engage with a broad spectrum of new technologies and services.

/ May 7, 2018