4 O’s – mapping a project check in

I was asked to chat to a manager today about where they are in an ongoing project and whether there was any way I could be helpful. I know nothing about the project and very little about the organisation’s processes, methodologies and culture. So I needed a way of framing the short conversation and understanding […]

Spending time together, positively at EuroIA

I am glad to be running a new workshop at EuroIA conference in Marseille at the end of September. You can read about the conference, all the workshops and talks, and buy tickets (there are only 100) on their website EuroIA22. I now try to provide pre-workshop information to prospective participants and this post explains […]

Accessibility enables autonomy – a project example

These are some tactile and Braille interpretation materials for a new English Heritage project – read about it in this Guardian article. It was a fairly low budget project that needed fast delivery so all elements were kept simple in design terms. However, the key point is that we made multiple pieces of media to […]