How to facilitate a 1-hour design thinking crash course for teachers (and reimagine drones for peace)

[A 9 minute read] In March, MOD. launched a school program for its second exhibition, Waging Peace. The program invites schools, in South Australia and beyond, to design and/or build peace machines for display as part of the exhibition. MOD. strives to encourage young people (specifically aged 15 – 25) to establish both a cultural … Continue reading How to facilitate a 1-hour design thinking crash course for teachers (and reimagine drones for peace)

What young adults want from a museum experience

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MOD. will be a museum for everyone. However, core to the MOD. vision is to create a space, at the intersection of art, science and innovation, for young adults aged 15–25 to be, and be inspired. With this in mind it was important to our whole team that we not only build a museum that … Continue reading What young adults want from a museum experience

Web accessibility made easy: five ways to make the web a more welcoming place for everyone

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This post follows an earlier one in which I explored three common myths associated with accessible web design and, I hope, soundly busted them. The third myth was all about accessible design being seen as too hard - a position I do have sympathy for given the complicated guidelines that cover design. I'm on a quest to … Continue reading Web accessibility made easy: five ways to make the web a more welcoming place for everyone

Web accessibility made easy: busting the myths

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Over the last couple of years I have made a conscious effort to make my design practice an inclusive one. Core to this has been growing my understanding of accessible web design and helping other people, and businesses, be more inclusive across their digital products and services. As I’ve applied accessible design to large public … Continue reading Web accessibility made easy: busting the myths