Towards more conscious cities – and residents

Yesterday I went to the Conscious Cities conference, organised by the Museum of Architecture and The Cube London. It was an event that sat at the confluence of technology, neuroscience, architecture and urbanism. I was obviously more familiar with some topics more than others, but being a firm believer in pushing the edges of learning… More Towards more conscious cities – and residents

Canvas Conference is over, but the learnings are worth your time

Last month, I had the opportunity to attend Canvas Conference in Birmingham. Canvas is a very product and consumer-focussed conference, and it was a breath of fresh air to listen to the things that are the basis of good marketing: good products, thoughtful design and a focus on the customer. I think anyone building a… More Canvas Conference is over, but the learnings are worth your time

Increase Your Options: A talk at Digibury Weekender 2015

Last month, I was invited by Deeson to speak at the Digibury Weekender in Canterbury, Kent. I thought it was an interesting premise – the theme for the talk was ‘technology for good’ – and I really enjoyed the day – thanks to the organisers. I’ve been meaning to upload my talk here for a while,… More Increase Your Options: A talk at Digibury Weekender 2015

Well done @iotwatch @anabrdly @theleadingzero, @techcityiwd 2015 rocked

A couple of weeks ago, I attended the third Tech City International Women’s Day. It was a great evening, mingling with makers, authors and entrepreneurs including projects like Tara Binns (a book by Lisa Rajan and Eerika Omiyale that actually has female role models, unlike the so many that are written with boys in mind),… More Well done @iotwatch @anabrdly @theleadingzero, @techcityiwd 2015 rocked