All the This is HCD episodes from all of our shows.
Dr Melvin Vopson is a truly fascinating character and deep thinker. A physicist, he is the proposer of the mass-energy-information equivalence principle, has identified a technological singularity called the Information Catastrophe and has discovered the second law of information dynamics.
I caught up with Karel Vredenburg, Karel is currently IBM Global Vice President, Client Insights and Research and responsible for leading the company’s global team of researchers and the insights they provide to product, services, and executive teams.
In this episode you will hear the real life stories from Sarah of what life is and was life during the global pandemic, how hard these incredible people work. I wanted to shine a light on this area of society, where the work we do as system and service designers has an direct relationship often with life and death -
Jo sent me an article that they wrote a while ago about persona’s, and it was so good that I thought we should do an episode to dig into it a little deeper.
John Booth is a well-known figure in EU data centre circles, primarily for his role as reviewer for the EU Code of Conduct for Data Centres and his work with the Certified Energy Efficiency Data Centre Award.
I caught up Royce Wong, Co-Founder and CEO of InOrbit and Global Director - Product Design at BigCommerce.
I caught up with great friend of the podcast, Amy Bucher. Amy is author of Engaged on Rosenfeld Media and we chat about her role of CBO (chief behavioural officer) at Lirio.
We chat about what the experience was like leaving University, her search for jobs, and where they feel there’s opportunity for universities to better support students in that highly emotional stage of life - the transitional period between Uni and Working life.
We are so proud of our amazing hosts at This is HCD. All of us are practicing change-makers.