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We are so excited to announce Culture Cast as the latest podcast to join the This is HCD family. Hosted by Vimla Appadoo, Gareth Burton and Tina Connelly from Honeybadger in the UK!Become a Premium Member: https://thisishcdnetwork.supercast.techSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hello and welcome to another episode of Bringing Design Closer. My name is Gerry Scullion, and I’m a service designer, and founder of This is HCD and CEO of This is Doing - we provide live online design and innovation classes, providing training for service designers, design researchers, product managers, user experience designers and much more.Today on the show we have Emma Jones from Sydney. Emma is a champion of Diversity in Design and Tech and Founder and CEO of Project F - an organisation that works with other organisations to help them improve their diversity internally. Did you know that 56% of women quit working in the tech industry - a statistic that is DOUBLE the rate of men. We speak at length about this in this episode.  https://www.projectf.com.au/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/msjonesinsydney/ Train with Gerry Scullion at This is Doing Become a Premium Member: https://thisishcdnetwork.supercast.techSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This episode is brought to you by This is Doing - Learn Design and Innovation remotely via online classes Hello and welcome to another episode of Bringing Design Closer. My name is Gerry Scullion, and I’m a service designer, and founder of This is HCD and CEO of This is Doing - we provide live online design and innovation classes, providing training for service designers, design researchers, product managers, user experience designers and much more.Today on the show we have Kim Mackenzie Doyle, a name that will be familiar to all of the Irish Design community. Kim is the Former President of the Irish Design Institute and when I say this, I truly mean it, one of the most incredibly forward-thinking individuals in Ireland right now. Kim works tirelessly on projects that she initiated such as Mind Over Matter, and also Why Design - an initiative that aims to address and improve the ration of men and women in Design. We also speak about Kim’s latest project, The Big Idea, something I am involved with as a judge, and This is HCD and This is Doing are both right behind her on this one - working on the next generation of designers currently in School.  Let’s get into the episode... The Big Idea Kim on LinkedIn Kim on Twitter    Become a Premium Member: https://thisishcdnetwork.supercast.techSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode of Doing Design, you will hear from myself, Gerry Scullion and Geke Van Dijk, one of the finest design researchers that I know of and work with. We chat about structuring design research projects for success and go through the granular details of things that successful research projects do. It's a good one! Train with Geke Train with Gerry View all courses on This is Doing This is Doing on Twitter Become a Premium Member: https://thisishcdnetwork.supercast.techSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
By 2035, it is estimated that there will be more than 2,000 zettabytes of data produced globally. Based on current storage pricing, 2,000 zettabytes would cost $58 trillion to store. The global economy is currently worth about $80 trillion. The pace and quantity of data production is not even remotely sustainable.One zettabyte—just one zettabyte—would require 20 trillion trees worth of paper to print out. There are about three trillion trees left on this planet. The digital world is undergoing a Big Bang of data and 90% of it is useless because we have a culture that prizes production and collection over-analysis and insight. Nick talks about how we might address the Big Data tsunami.  Buy the book by Gerry McGovern - https://gerrymcgovern.com/books/world-wide-waste/ Connect with Nick - https://www.linkedin.com/in/nick-e-0a0734124/ Upcoming courses with Gerry McGovern - https://www.thisisdoing.com/team/gerry-mcgovern More from This is HCD https://linktr.ee/thisishcd Join our Slack community / https://www.thisishcd.com/community/join/ Training with This is Doing  Become a Premium Member: https://thisishcdnetwork.supercast.techSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hello and welcome to another episode of BDC. My name is Gerry Scullion, and I’m a service designer, and founder of This is HCD and CEO of This is Doing - we provide live online design and innovation classes, providing training for service designers, design researchers, product managers, user experience designers and much more. In this episode, I am delighted to welcome David Dylan Thomas, author of the new book from A Book Apart, Designing for Cognitive Bias. We speak openly about bias in the design sphere and what we can do to mitigate it - right from the start of our projects. David’s a wonderful guest and also facilitated a wonderful live event for the This is HCD community in Berlin, now available on YouTube - I will add a Link to that in the show notes. David's talk at This is HCD / Berlin - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=by4-rZRecqc Buy David's book - https://abookapart.com/products/design-for-cognitive-bias More from This is HCD https://linktr.ee/thisishcd Join our Slack community / https://www.thisishcd.com/community/join/ Training with This is Doing  Become a Premium Member: https://thisishcdnetwork.supercast.techSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to the Doing Design podcast on This is HCD. Hosted by all the worlds best live design and innovation trainers at ThisisDoing.com -  The Doing Design podcast focusses on all the behind the scenes things related to actually DOING Innovation and Design, such as Design Research, Facilitation, Prototyping, Visualisation - and a great sounding board for industries like Service Design, UX, Content Design and Product Management -  In this episode, you’ll hear from myself and Marc Stickdorn author of 'This is Service Design Thinking' and 'This is Service Design Doing' and trainer at This is Doing - We chat about how almost all projects in an organisation impact cx and ex. We speak about how to get an overview of all projects going on across the different teams and departments that impact those experiences. We dive into the back story of Journey Map Operations, Marc's new approach using journey maps as a visual management tool - something that I believe is an amazing framework that can really really help organisations and teams ‘move the dial’ I love chatting with Marc, and as we mention at the top of the episode, has been on This is HCD, now 4-times! But the good news is with Doing Design, you’ll hear much more from Marc in an on-going basis, chatting more around the complexities of Doing Design. Let’s get into it. View Marc's upcoming courses Learn more about This is Doing Become a Premium Member: https://thisishcdnetwork.supercast.techSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The growth in webpage size over the years has been astounding. It is driven by a culture of delivery, a project mindset, and a feeling that the Web is this unlimited space where you can essentially do anything you want without consequences. But good web design is a complex task that many organizations are either unwilling or unable to manage professionally. Once the initial buzz of signing off the visual design is done people want to move on. Fixing stuff is seen as a cost that the organization doesn’t have time or money for. Reframing things around quality can change the focus. Jono explores how we can think of web design through a quality lens. https://www.jonoalderson.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonoalderson/?originalSubdomain=uk Buy the book by Gerry McGovern - https://gerrymcgovern.com/books/world-wide-waste/ Become a Premium Member: https://thisishcdnetwork.supercast.techSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, I speak with Irish garden designer and tv personality - Diarmuid Gavin. He has presented gardens at the Chelsea Flower Show on nine occasions from 1995 to 2016 - He has also authored or co-authored at least ten gardening-related books. For regular listeners, you will be familiar with a recent episode I did with 16-time Grammy award-winning producer, Rafa Sardina - well this episode is continuing on that trend. I am really keen to explore other disciplines to see how they work to solve complex problems and also approach their work. I see gardening and working with nature as a direct parallel to working within organisations. Thinking like this, I was excited to speak with Diarmuid to see how he explores designing for the future and chat at length about external factors that could hinder the designer's vision.  Diarmuid was a great guest - and wanted to give a big shout out to his wonderful Instagram page where he answers questions regularly through his Live events. So if you are interested and getting started with anything garden related - Diarmuids yer man! Follow and connect with Diarmuid on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/diarmuidgavin More from This is HCD https://linktr.ee/thisishcd Join our Slack community / https://www.thisishcd.com/community/join/ Join our newsletter / https://www.thisishcd.com/community/subscribe-to-our-fortnightly-newsletter/ Training with This is Doing  Become a Premium Member: https://thisishcdnetwork.supercast.techSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, you’ll hear from myself, Gerry Scullion, and Renatus Hoogenraad, a trainer at This is Doing and one of the finest facilitators and practitioners in the business. Renatus is an executive coach with a background in theatre and dance and also a leader within the world of applied improvisation. In this episode, we speak about how facilitation is evolving due to the pandemic and how our home office spaces are becoming less about work and moving closer towards a stage. It’s a good one - let’s get straight into the episode... https://www.twitter.com/thisisdoing https://www.instagram.com/thisisdoing All our Design & Innovation courses Become a Premium Member: https://thisishcdnetwork.supercast.techSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This episode was brought to you by https://www.thisisdoing.com – learn new skills in Design & Innovation via live online classrooms with the worlds best trainers I am delighted to welcome Melbournian, Donna Spencer, a name that should be familiar to many Information Architects around the world. Donna has over 20-years experience, and has lived and breathed the full lifecycle and has seen strategic design evolve. Donna has written 3 books ‘A Practical Guide to IA’ ‘Card Sorting’ and Copy for the Web, and as you will learn in this episode, has two more in the pipes -  In this episode, myself and Donna speak openly about what an information architect does, something some of you may already know, but it’s interesting to hear from Donnas perspective how IA sits within the world of UX and also how it can benefit anyone in the delivery of services. Information is critical and we speak about what makes IA skills really really important in an ever-changing world. https://twitter.com/maadonna?lang=en https://maadmob.com.au/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/donna-spencer/ More from This is HCD https://linktr.ee/thisishcd Join our Slack community / https://www.thisishcd.com/community/join/ Join our newsletter / https://www.thisishcd.com/community/subscribe-to-our-fortnightly-newsletter/ Learn Design & Innovation skills with This is Doing  Become a Premium Member: https://thisishcdnetwork.supercast.techSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This episode was brought to you by https://www.thisisdoing.com - learn new skills in Design & Innovation via live online classrooms with the worlds best trainers Today on the show, is Pinar Guvenc, Partner at SOUR, an architectural and design firm based in Brooklyn, New York - SOUR is a play on the words social and innovation - and their purpose is to responsibly use Design to build a better future. We get into the what the role of Architecture is and how it connects with services, and how the discipline of architecture has evolved over the last few decades and how in reality, the architects are caught between money-hungry property developers, who ultimately hold not only the purse strings but also much of the control in what is possible. We speak about accessibility in physical places, and what needs to change in order for architects to deliver more inclusive experiences. It’s a pretty free-flowing conversation and we covered quite a bit of ground. Let’s get into the episode. https://sour.studio/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/pinarguvenc/ More from This is HCD https://linktr.ee/thisishcd Join our Slack community / https://www.thisishcd.com/community/join/ Join our newsletter / https://www.thisishcd.com/community/subscribe-to-our-fortnightly-newsletter/  Become a Premium Member: https://thisishcdnetwork.supercast.techSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Enjoying This is HCD? Become a Premium subscriber and support us Welcome to a new episode of Moments of Change with Melanie Rayment. In this episode, Melanie speaks with Summer Howarth, a learning designer based in Australia.  @edusum  www.eventfullearning.co @melrayment / https://www.twitter.com/melrayment More from This is HCD https://linktr.ee/thisishcd Join our Slack community / https://www.thisishcd.com/community/join/ Join our newsletter / https://www.thisishcd.com/community/subscribe-to-our-fortnightly-newsletter/ Learn Design & Innovation skills with This is Doing  Become a Premium Member: https://thisishcdnetwork.supercast.techSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Enjoy what we do at This is HCD? Support us and help us grow by becoming a Premium Listener (https://premium.thisishcd.com) In this episode, I speak with the Founder of How Might We, a Limerick-based design consultancy. We speak about how they are using Lego Serious Play to help enable bigger and more meaningful conversations for their clients. Shownotes Web: www.howmightwe.ieEmail: jane@howmightwe.ie / ronan@howmightwe.ieLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/how-might-we-service-designTwitter: https://twitter.com/howmightweInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/howmightwe.ie/ More from This is HCD https://linktr.ee/thisishcd Join our Slack community / https://www.thisishcd.com/community/join/ Join our newsletter / https://www.thisishcd.com/community/subscribe-to-our-fortnightly-newsletter/  Become a Premium Member: https://thisishcdnetwork.supercast.techSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Adam Lawrence and Gerry Scullion speak facilitation and how Adam is adapting his facilitation skills in light of the global pandemic. We speak about the grid-edge of opportunity that Designers need to be made more aware of - and cover off the 3 key areas that Adam and Renatus focus on in their upcoming course, Facilitation Fundamentals for Co-Creation. https://www.thisisdoing.com/product/facilitation-for-co-creation https://www.twitter.com/thisisdoing https://www.instagram.com/thisisdoing Become a Premium Member: https://thisishcdnetwork.supercast.techSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This episode was brought to you by https://www.thisisdoing.com – learn new skills in Design & Innovation via live online classrooms with the worlds best trainers In this episode of Moments of Change, Melanie Rayment speaks with the wonderful Kelly Ann McKercher. Kelly Ann McKercher is a co-design coach, facilitator and social researcher living in Australia. They have close to a decade’s experience in leading social innovation and co-design approaches across Australia and New Zealand. Kelly Ann’s work has focused predominately on mental health, domestic and family violence, health systems and young people.   Website / https://www.beyondstickynotes.com    @kellyanagram / https://www.twitter.com/kellyanagram   @CodesignClub / https://www.twitter.com/codesignclub   @melrayment / https://www.twitter.com/melrayment   More from This is HCD https://linktr.ee/thisishcd Join our Slack community / https://www.thisishcd.com/community/join/ Join our newsletter / https://www.thisishcd.com/community/subscribe-to-our-fortnightly-newsletter/  Become a Premium Member: https://thisishcdnetwork.supercast.techSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sarah Richards and Gerry Scullion speak about the role of Content Design within Services and speak about the cross over between the disciplines of content design and service design - ahead of their upcoming course.  As a valuable listener, we wanted to give you a 15% discount - available until 10th September. Just email mail@thisisdoing.com to request the discount! https://www.thisisdoing.com/product/content-design-within-services/?sn https://www.twitter.com/thisisdoing https://www.instagram.com/thisisdoing Become a Premium Member: https://thisishcdnetwork.supercast.techSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This episode was brought to you by https://www.thisisdoing.com - learn new skills in Design & Innovation via live online classrooms with the worlds best trainers Climate change is not seen by most as an immediate crisis, so we don’t act with urgency. The digital world is fairly blind to what needs to be done because in digital design we don’t think deep, broad and wide enough. Jared challenges us to think longer and broader and deeper, to think more connectedly on an earth experience level. We must rise to this impending global threat because if we don’t we condemn future generations to sink in a world we—us, our generation—have wasted. https://gerrymcgovern.com/books/world-wide-waste/ https://twitter.com/jmspool More from This is HCD https://linktr.ee/thisishcd Join our Slack community / https://www.thisishcd.com/community/join/ Join our newsletter / https://www.thisishcd.com/community/subscribe-to-our-fortnightly-newsletter/  Become a Premium Member: https://thisishcdnetwork.supercast.techSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This episode was brought to you by https://www.thisisdoing.com - learn new skills in Design & Innovation via live online classrooms with the worlds best trainers Today on the show, we have Aral Balkan - a cyber rights activist, who is on a mission to spread the word about ethical alternatives to surveillance capitalism. A system that the tech giants of Silicon Valley are using and abusing for their gain. We chat about lots of things such as what we can do about this, should we be worried - and what does the future look like as a result of these organisations gaining more and more control of not only the markets but us, as people - I really enjoyed speaking with Aral and loved the parts where he speaks about Design being treated like ‘Decoration’ in organisations who have abuse centred within their business models. Aral has some really strong points of view around what to do if you work in organisations like this -  Aral's website - https://ar.al/ Ethical Design - https://2017.ind.ie/ethical-design/ Small Technology Foundation - https://small-tech.org/ Small Technology Principles - https://small-tech.org/about/#small-technology More from This is HCD https://linktr.ee/thisishcd Join our Slack community / https://www.thisishcd.com/community/join/ Join our newsletter / https://www.thisishcd.com/community/subscribe-to-our-fortnightly-newsletter/    Become a Premium Member: https://thisishcdnetwork.supercast.techSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, I had a really enjoyable conversation with the wonderful Vimla Appadoo, Co-Founder and Chief Cultural Officer for Honey Badger. In 2019 Vimla was included in Top 100 Asian Stars in UK Tech, and was a Rising Star by WearetheCity.  Vimla's perspective on design and in particular culture design is something that really resonates with me. We chat about many aspects of leadership and internal workplace culture - we speak about what the role of a cultural designer looks like (on a day to day basis), and learn more about what sort of methods a cultural designer uses in a day to day basis, including how they measure their success. https://twitter.com/ThatGirlVim https://www.honeybadgerclan.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/vimlaappadoo This is HCD Podcast Network NEW podcast Doing Design  EthnoPod with Jay Hasbrouck Bringing Design Closer with Gerry Scullion ProdPod with Adrienne Tan Getting Started in Design with Gerry Scullion Moments of Change with Melanie Rayment World Wide Waste with Gerry McGovern Global Jams Podcast with Adam Lawrence and Markus Edgar Hormess Connect with This is HCD Follow This is HCD us on Twitter Follow This is HCD on Instagram Sign up for our newsletter (we have lots of design giveaways!) Join the practitioner community on This is HCD Slack Channel Read articles on our This is HCD Network on Medium Become a Premium Member: https://thisishcdnetwork.supercast.techSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this podcast, we will speak about all the behind the scenes things related to actually DOING Design, such as Design Research, Service Design, UX, Content Design, Product Management - you’ll get to hear from all the wonderful trainers and hear about new things that they are working on, and collaborations that in the pipes.Become a Premium Member: https://thisishcdnetwork.supercast.techSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Enjoy our content? Become Premium Subscriber and get access to our podcast (ad-free, and delivered earlier) Hello and welcome to another episode of Bringing Design Closer!Today on the show, is Bas Raijmakers, co-founder and creative director of Standby, a specialist design research organisation for service innovation, based in London and Amsterdam. Bas is also a co-founder of the Reach Network (I’ll throw a link to this in the show notes). For those of you who don’t know what Reach Network is, it’s a global network of agencies specialising in human-centred design research - a wonderful organisation and definitely worth checking out. Bas is also a partner of This is Doing, and works alongside myself and a host of other amazing people. Some of the courses that Bas has live centre around life centred design, and we discuss in this episode the local differences of HCD and how people are currently researching, and what are the common problems in this. How can we as practitioners become more culturally inclusive? Bas is a wonderfully deep thinker and has fantastic insights into what we need to do, to not only improve Design (with a capital D) but also how we can make more of a global impact with our work. https://twitter.com/hellobas?lang=en https://www.stby.eu/ Train with Bas at This is Doing This is HCD Podcast Network EthnoPod with Jay Hasbrouck Bringing Design Closer with Gerry Scullion ProdPod with Adrienne Tan Getting Started in Design with Gerry Scullion Moments of Change with Melanie Rayment World Wide Waste with Gerry McGovern Global Jams Podcast with Adam Lawrence and Markus Edgar Hormess Connect with This is HCD Follow This is HCD us on Twitter Follow This is HCD on Instagram Sign up for our newsletter (we have lots of design giveaways!) Join the practitioner community on This is HCD Slack Channel Read articles on our This is HCD Network on Medium Become a Premium Member: https://thisishcdnetwork.supercast.techSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This episode was brought to you by ThisisDoing.com Chris Coyier talks to Gerry McGovern about how many of the tools and resources out there make it easy for developers and designers to create bloated, heavy, energy-sapping digital designs. Chris says we need new thinking and new tools that clearly indicate when we are making design decisions that are bad for the user and bad for the planet. https://twitter.com/chriscoyier https://gerrymcgovern.com/books/world-wide-waste/ This is HCD Podcast Network EthnoPod with Jay Hasbrouck Bringing Design Closer with Gerry Scullion ProdPod with Adrienne Tan Getting Started in Design with Gerry Scullion Moments of Change with Melanie Rayment World Wide Waste with Gerry McGovern Global Jams Podcast with Adam Lawrence and Markus Edgar Hormess Connect with This is HCD Follow This is HCD us on Twitter Follow This is HCD on Instagram Sign up for our newsletter (we have lots of design giveaways!) Join the practitioner community on This is HCD Slack Channel Read articles on our This is HCD Network on Medium Become a Premium Member: https://thisishcdnetwork.supercast.techSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This episode was brought to you by ThisisDoing.com In this episode of Moments of Change with Melanie Rayment, Melanie speaks with the new Director of Design and Innovation at theRSA.org (Royal Society of Arts) about her experience in leading Design to enable positive outcomes for people. https://www.thersa.org/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/joannachoukeir/?originalSubdomain=uk https://twitter.com/JoannaChoukeir https://www.linkedin.com/in/melanierayment/?originalSubdomain=uk This is HCD Podcast Network EthnoPod with Jay Hasbrouck Bringing Design Closer with Gerry Scullion ProdPod with Adrienne Tan Getting Started in Design with Gerry Scullion Moments of Change with Melanie Rayment World Wide Waste with Gerry McGovern Global Jams Podcast with Adam Lawrence and Markus Edgar Hormess Connect with This is HCD Follow This is HCD us on Twitter Follow This is HCD on Instagram Sign up for our newsletter (we have lots of design giveaways!) Join the practitioner community on This is HCD Slack Channel Read articles on our This is HCD Network on Medium Become a Premium Member: https://thisishcdnetwork.supercast.techSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sign up to be a Premium Subscriber and get access to our podcast (ad-free, and delivered earlier). This helps us continue to produce more content and develop This is HCD further. In this episode, I connect with a former producer of mine, that I was lucky enough to work with way back in 2006-2008, Rafa Sardina. 60-time Grammy-nominated, 15-time winner. With a client list that looks like the most celebrated artists of the last 100 years, that include Michael Jackson, Lady Gaga, Dr Dre, Beyonce, Stevie Wonder, Celine Dion, and everyone’s favourite singer, Susan Boyle.  We chat about how the craft of songwriting has evolved from the early 90’s on what working with Michael Jackson looked like, to how the industry validates songs. We chat about how technology disrupted and ultimately killed the large recording budgets that typically ran for months or years in some instances, and to where Rafa is currently now, mid-pandemic, producing globally via live recording sessions in the top studios in the world. https://www.rafasardina.com/?thisishcd https://www.twitter.com/rafasardina https://www.facebook.com/rafasardina https://www.instagram.com/rafasardina This is HCD Podcast Network EthnoPod with Jay Hasbrouck Bringing Design Closer with Gerry Scullion ProdPod with Adrienne Tan Getting Started in Design with Gerry Scullion Moments of Change with Melanie Rayment World Wide Waste with Gerry McGovern Global Jams Podcast with Adam Lawrence and Markus Edgar Hormess Connect with This is HCD Follow This is HCD us on Twitter Follow This is HCD on Instagram Sign up for our newsletter (we have lots of design giveaways!) Join the practitioner community on This is HCD Slack Channel Read articles on our This is HCD Network on Medium Become a Premium Member: https://thisishcdnetwork.supercast.techSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Created by
Gerry Scullion
Podcast Status
Active
Started
Dec 3rd, 2020
Latest Episode
Dec 3rd, 2020
Release Period
2 per month
Episodes
150
Avg. Episode Length
34 minutes
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No
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Episodic
Language
English

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