Way back in 2007 I travelled overland to India via Russia, Mongolia, China, South-East Asia and Tibet. I maintained a blog (before blogs were common-place), writing entries using a Palm Pilot, uploading them at internet cafe's on the route.
Here is a collection of papers I've had published over the years. Primarily academic in nature they cover my more recent interests in Agile through product development to my first academic publication: Heat Stress in Nightclubs.'
Musings on my past, good design, functionality, ergonomics, customer experience, taps, light switches and a juicer. Is good design to be equated with functional? That was the question. For the next 40 minutes I scribbled the answer to the ‘A’ Level History of Art question. Twenty five years later two things strike me. Firstly, that…
There may be a gap in the market, but is there a market for that gap? Get out of the building and test your new product ideas with customers cheaply. Validate at speed, fail cheaply
Forward thinking digital business leader with over fifteen year’s experience of delivering customer-centric innovation and change. I bring creative design thinking to problem solving and significant lean and agile experience to drive results quickly. I see opportunities, enthuse, motivate and inspire.
I thought it might be worth writing a book about what I do. So I joined up with Lindsay and practiced what I preach. From concept to cash in six months, pretty good for shipping a book. Want to do good design faster by doing just enough, just in time? Read this.