As people who contribute to the creation of products, services and experiences, we are all user-centred by default, or are we?
Chris will discuss his recent experience of working with a small team to create multiple digital products for Team GB’s Olympic and Paralympic athletes, coaches and support staff. He will talk about the challenges he faced and how we worked with sceptical stakeholders to adopt user-centred design principles which were slowly ingrained into everything they did.
Chris Burns is a Product Manager who has spent the last three years of his career leading a team at the English Institute of Sport. In 2019 the team were awarded the Queens Award for Innovation for their medical products which enabled better monitoring of athlete performance, health and wellbeing. Outside of the day job, Chris co-organises the Deliver Sessions meetup and mentors students at Manchester Metropolitan University.
Design Exchange aims to help enrich, inspire, and unite people in Nottingham’s digital industry. We host insightful talks on a range of topics affecting digital design. Previous speakers include: