Professor in the Chair of Human Computer Interaction
University of St Andrews
Aaron Quigley is the Chair of Human Computer Interaction in the School of Computer Science at the Univeristy of St Andrews where he is the director of SACHI. He is the deputy director of SICSA, the Scottish Informatics and Computer Science Alliance.
I have an MSc in Sustainable Development and help organisations to identify and find innovative solutions to future social, environmental and economic threats. I have an extensive commercial background in logistics and environmental engineering.
Inventor and co-director of Vitamins, a London based interdisciplinary design agency. My personal background is in Electronics, Design and Magic.
The Exploration Habit Ltd
Experienced specialist in the people aspects of innovation and performance - practical ways to engage people to explore the unexpected and deliver impact.
Director of Strategic Engagement
Director of Strategic Engagement with PraxisAuril. Also Director of the West of Scotland KTP Centre and THELMAs Judge. Previous roles with Scottish Enterprise and Freescale/Motorola
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Design Futures Philosopher
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I am responsible for building relationships across academia, practice, government and the various funding bodies in the field of architectural research. Projects include: the RIBA Plan of Work 2013, the RIBA Design for Ageing programme and Uniclass
My role at University of the Arts London is to help facilitate collaboration between our academic members of staff and external organisations working in the public, private and third sectors, as well as with other academic research institutions.
I've always worked in the creative sector, firstly in advertising, then the Arts, and now as an entrepreneur. I set up CIDA Co in 2000. Our focus is the creative economy and our specialities are creativity and innovation.
A designer with interests in sustainable, socially minded design. Specialising in Collaborative approaches to open innovation.
Research interests in the implementation of design in industry; overcoming barriers to design in SMEs; and, creating accessible methods for the application of User Centric Design.