About the Event
Speaker Sensation from Design Leaders’ Conference 2019, Craig Walmsley, is back! Grab your chance to hear him speak.
If you missed him in 2019, now’s your chance! If you saw him in 2019, hear him again!
“Move fast and break things.”
More disruption, more innovation – it seemed like a good idea.
In fact, we moved fast and broke people, societies, and cultures.
Design is intention – our role as designers requires us to recognise the ethical implications of our work and take responsibility for the things we create.
We have to develop and apply ethics in all of the work we do, ensuring we are part of the solution, not perpetuating the problem.
Date: Thursday, 23rd September 2021
Venue: Delivered remotely, via Zoom
About the Speaker
Craig is Senior Director of Customer Experience & Innovation at Publicis Sapient. In this role, he combines evidence-led customer insight, commercial rigour and technical opportunity to define differentiated digital propositions. He was first and founding member of AKQA’s Strategy Department, Managing Director at Havas Helia and the Digital Consultancy Progenit. He founded the start-up rtobjects – delivering cinematic interactive visuals to everyone everywhere. He is also editor for The Clarendon Edition of the Works of John Locke at the Oxford University Press.
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