Friday, 21 November 2014

Matt Webb, Schulze & Webb

Matt WebbMatt Webb is co-founder of Schulze & Webb, a creative design consultancy working hands-on with organisations to research and develop their technologies and strategy. He is an engineer and designer, whose design interests he sums up as ‘politeness’. A recent project for BBC Audio & Music Interactive R&D is Olinda, a prototype social network-enabled digital radio with customisable modular hardware that ‘aims to provoke discussion on the future and design of radios for the home’. Webb is co-author of Mind Hacks (O’Reilly, 2004) [Amazon.co.uk], which brings cognitive psychology to a general audience. Previously he has worked in research and development at BBC Radio & Music Interactive on the changing nature of listening. His personal Weblog, Interconnected, addresses society and technology.

Session

Presenter: Track 2: Openness and innovation: Networks, Applications, Data and Design