Dr. Chris McGinley is an award-winning designer, researcher and writer. He is a Research Fellow at the Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design, where he leads the Age and Diversity research space, managing projects in the fields of technology, product, service and transport for a global client base. He has successfully delivered an extensive range of outputs across the design disciplines for clients such as: BlackBerry, GlaxoSmithKline, Osaka Gas, The Home Office and The Department of Health; which have been commercialized, disseminated and exhibited internationally.
Chris has pioneered innovation approaches combining empathy and design ethnography to inform research driven people-centred outputs. He has published extensively in the area of people-centred design, and delivers lectures and workshops in educational settings such as The Imperial College, London and Kyushu University, Japan; in addition to regularly delivering keynotes and executive education in industry, government and public-sector settings.
Session: Forum 2 – Connecting
Date: 14 Jun
Date: 16 Jun