In this session we explore a range of tools and methods for empathising with and designing for other people. Unless other people want or need our ideas there
In this session we explore a range of tools and methods for empathising with and designing for other people. Unless other people want or need our ideas there is no market for us, so how might we empathise with our users to ensure we create value?
Show bio +Henry Leveson-Gower is the founder and CEO of Promoting Economic Pluralism and editor of its magazine, The Mint. He is working to open up thinking about organising our economies in education, research and practice. He has been a practicing pluralist economist and policy analyst for over 25 years working on environmental policy. Prior to that he worked in local economic and environmental development in Scotland. He is particularly interested in institutional design for collective action to catalyse system change based on his research at the Centre for Evaluation of Complexity Across the Nexus in 2017. He is a Fellow of the RSA and a qualified chartered accountant.