Social Robotics and the Shamanic Properties of Innovation Thinking

As human-centred innovation strategists, we're well-versed in the employment of anthropological theories and fieldwork methodologies so as to form humanistic models depicting the deeper motivating factors that drive manifest social behaviour. From Lévi-Strauss to Latour, from Mauss to Foucault; we seem to be pretty good at employing the most pertinent evolutions in contemporary sociocultural anthropological …

Delhi Street Theatre, the Affective Polytonality of Space, and UX Optimisation

Space is something that we often take for granted; we often take it to be a simple materialistic assemblage of conveniently designed, functionalistic structures that facilitate the various tasks that we as humans need to undertake. In this blog post, I wish to challenge us to think about space in a more complex manner so …