TECHnique

7/19/2021

Design Thinking - Co-creation and empathy

Season 1, Ep. 3
This is the third episode in our podcast series on Design Thinking. The series is hosted by Sam Fry and Richard Adams, who interview design practitioners from business, education and independent-designers.In this episode we explore Co-creation and Empathy. We explore a variety of themes, including: co-creation, empathy, culture change, attitude to failure and trust.This episode was written, recorded, and produced by Sam Fry (samueljfry.weebly.com) and Richard Adams (https://www.richardfadams.com/).Each of the episodes in this series includes extracts from interviews conducted in late 2020 and early 2021. The full list of interviewees are here:Aleks Stanek: https://www.aleksstanek.com/Amanda Forman: https://www.linkedin.com/in/amanda-forman/?originalSubdomain=ukDiana Canghizer: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dianacanghizer/?originalSubdomain=ukHal Wuertz: https://www.linkedin.com/in/halwuertz/Jessica Tremblay: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jetremblay/Josef Pacal: https://www.pac.al/Lisa Aoyama: https://lisaaoyama.com/Robert Hoekman Jr: http://www.rhjr.net/Stiliyana Minkovska: https://www.stiliyanaminkovska.com/Tassy Ellen Thompson: https://www.tassy.no/Dr Yanki Lee: http://yankilee.com/All music from this podcast is available on a Creative Commons licence, downloaded at freemusicarchive.org. Artists include Alex Productions, Circus Marcus, Crowander and Jahzzar.For more information about TECHnique, visit: technique.create-hub.com/
7/12/2021

Design Thinking - Design Thinking as an Industry

Season 1, Ep. 2
This is the second episode in our podcast series on Design Thinking. The series is hosted by Sam Fry and Richard Adams, who interview design practitioners from business, education and independent-designers.In this episode we explore the Design Thinking Industry. We ask questions like: How well understood is Design Thinking? Where does Design Thinking work best? What do you think of the Design Thinking industry?This episode was written, recorded, and produced by Sam Fry (samueljfry.weebly.com) and Richard Adams (https://www.richardfadams.com/).Each of the episodes in this series includes extracts from interviews conducted in late 2020 and early 2021. The full list of interviewees are here:Aleks Stanek: https://www.aleksstanek.com/Amanda Forman: https://www.linkedin.com/in/amanda-forman/?originalSubdomain=ukDiana Canghizer: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dianacanghizer/?originalSubdomain=ukHal Wuertz: https://www.linkedin.com/in/halwuertz/Jessica Tremblay: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jetremblay/Josef Pacal: https://www.pac.al/Lisa Aoyama: https://lisaaoyama.com/Robert Hoekman Jr: http://www.rhjr.net/Stiliyana Minkovska: https://www.stiliyanaminkovska.com/Tassy Ellen Thompson: https://www.tassy.no/Dr Yanki Lee: http://yankilee.com/All music from this podcast is available on a Creative Commons licence, downloaded at freemusicarchive.org. Artists include Alex Productions, Circus Marcus, Crowander and Jahzzar.For more information about TECHnique, visit: technique.create-hub.com/
7/5/2021

Design Thinking - Background and History

Season 1, Ep. 1
This is the first episode in our podcast series on Design Thinking. The series is hosted by Sam Fry and Richard Adams, who interview design practitioners from business, education and independent-designers.In this episode we explore the background and history of Design Thinking. We ask questions like: What is Design Thinking? What is the history of Design Thinking? Plus, why has Design Thinking taken off?This episode was written, recorded, and produced by Sam Fry (samueljfry.weebly.com) and Richard Adams (https://www.richardfadams.com/).Each of the episodes in this series includes extracts from interviews conducted in late 2020 and early 2021. The full list of interviewees are here:Aleks Stanek: https://www.aleksstanek.com/Amanda Forman: https://www.linkedin.com/in/amanda-forman/?originalSubdomain=ukDiana Canghizer: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dianacanghizer/?originalSubdomain=ukHal Wuertz: https://www.linkedin.com/in/halwuertz/Jessica Tremblay: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jetremblay/Josef Pacal: https://www.pac.al/Lisa Aoyama: https://lisaaoyama.com/Robert Hoekman Jr: http://www.rhjr.net/Stiliyana Minkovska: https://www.stiliyanaminkovska.com/Tassy Ellen Thompson: https://www.tassy.no/Dr Yanki Lee: http://yankilee.com/All music from this podcast is available on a Creative Commons licence, downloaded at freemusicarchive.org. Artists include Alex Productions, Circus Marcus, Crowander and Jahzzar.For more information about TECHnique, visit: technique.create-hub.com/
5/27/2021

Episode 52 - What can tech learn from the arts?

Ep. 52
After almost 5 years of creating this podcast, Sam Fry summarises some of the lessons that he has learned.By day, Sam works as a technology consultant at IBM, where he helps large companies design and deliver compelling digital products. Now that he and Richard Adams have produced over 50 podcasts, he has concluded that when technologists work with artists, we create better experiences. So, in this episode he explains why, as someone that works with businesses, he plans to collaborate more with artists. The episode also includes extracts from previous episodes, alongside a few clips other clips. The details of these are below:Steve Jobs linksWatch Steve Jobs' interview in 1995, with the Computerworld Information Technology Awards programme: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M6Oxl5dAnR0Watch an extract of Steve Jobs' 2011 Apple keynote: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KlI1MR-qNt8Stuart Nolan linksStuart Nolan, speaking about the Magic of Software design in TECHnique Episode 12: https://shows.acast.com/Technique/episodes/603e641ddd4e8143decd1238Link to Stuart Nolan's website: https://www.stuartnolan.com/Dan Barnard and Rachel Briscoe linksDan Barnard and Rachel Briscoe, speaking about 'Trapping the Accident' in TECHnique Episode 26: https://shows.acast.com/Technique/episodes/603e641ddd4e8143decd122aLink to FastFamiliar website: https://fastfamiliar.com/Ellen O'Hara linksEllen O'Hara, speaking about coaching business in TECHnique Episode 37: https://shows.acast.com/Technique/episodes/603e641ddd4e8143decd121fEllen O'Hara on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ellenohara1/?originalSubdomain=ukVik Bennett linksVik Bennett, speaking about writing in TECHnique Episode 45: https://shows.acast.com/Technique/episodes/603e641ddd4e8143decd1217Vik Bennett's profile on the Wild Women Press website: http://www.wildwomenpress.com/Site/Vik%20Bennett.htmlMusic in the podcastDemain je change de vie - Instrumental version - Lohstana David (paid for licence)Lunar Fields - Nylonia (from https://freemusicarchive.org/)Keflavik - Mochas (from https://freemusicarchive.org/)Crowander - Hilltop (from https://freemusicarchive.org/)Circus Marcus - Two minutes forty-three of non euclidian harmony (from https://freemusicarchive.org/)Crowander - Open Windows II (from https://freemusicarchive.org/)Crowander - Humming (from https://freemusicarchive.org/)Alex Productions - Cinematic Epic Motivational Music | FILM (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx0_M61F81Nfb-BRXE-SeVA)Music promoted by https://freemusicarchive.org and https://www.free-stock-music.com). Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/deed.en_US).For more information on Sam Fry, visit: samueljfry.weebly.com