I am a user experience designer and use my work to explore ways design can have positive social impact. From 2012 – 2014 I was Co-Director of Design at the RSA, which included heading up the RSA Student Design Awards programme as well as co-founding the Great Recovery. Before that I was a founding director of Airside, an award-winning cross-platform design agency that worked in moving image, graphic design, illustration, and digital interaction until its closure in 2012.
I am on the boards of CAST (driving change through digital technology) and Blackhorse Workshop, and am consultant to the Royal College of Art on the snappily titled Future Makespaces in Redistributed Manufacturing project
I am now mostly found at Machines Room, East London’s Impact Maker Space, an open access makerspace exploring manufacturing futures, alternative business models and ways of living.
I’m experimenting with this mini-blog, writing my thoughts down in order to track them. You can access them from the menu on the left.
Nat Hunter, January 2016