Leaving GDS; WXG conference; GovCamp Cymru; ‘type well used is invisible as type’.
User stories as comics; customer contact centres; physicists and engineers; what happens when we have the Earth’s entire biocode?
I’m experimenting with publishing weekly notes on what I’m working on, what I’ve been reading, and what’s captured my interest.
I’m working on a few tiny projects at the moment.
Stand Clear of Doors is a collection of signs and instructions.
Words on Pavements is a collection of messages found scribbled underfoot.
Both are ongoing projects.
Over summer 2014, I ran a small project in response to a pack of prompt cards created by Giles Turnbull. Write it on a Train is collection of 50 responses to 50 randomly-shuffled prompt cards, played out over 50 days.
The film brings together everything we’ve worked on so far on this project. We’ve also been able to test the first few minutes of the experience – Katie took the early work to a Pilot Sites event in May.
We’re now exploring what might happen next.
You can see the early stages of the project when we started thinking about digital adventures in theatre from autumn last year.
In March, I’ll be on speaking in the True Mobile & Beyond track at QCon London 2014. It’s an exciting opportunity to take part, and I’m hugely looking forward to hearing and learning from the other speakers on the track: Halle Winkler; Mo Ramezanpoor; Jaimee Newberry; and Hannah Dee.