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  1. Designing for Analytics with Brian O’Neill

    Why are some dashboards so meaningless? How can you make information helpful? Today our guest is Brian O’Neil, founder & principal of Designing for Analytics. You’ll learn how to approach data visualization thoughtfully, how to help users make their decisions, why you shouldn’t go after fancy diagrams, and why “removing everything” isn’t always your best strategy.

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  2. The Human Values Framework Episode 5

    BBC Research & Development is examining how core human values relate to digital media use, in order to enhance service design and improve impact measurement. Empirical research has identified fourteen core values, all underpinned by human needs and psychological drivers. These are the basis of the Human Values Framework, a new approach to the design of online services.

    In this series of podcasts Lead Researcher Lianne Kerlin is joined by Senior Firestarter Ian Forrester to discuss the human values framework from different contexts. They are joined by experts in design, social impact of technology and other disciplines.

    Episode 5: Covid-19 and the Human Values Framework

    Using the Human Values Framework as a lens to understand the impact of Covid-19 on people’s lives Presenters: Lianne Kerlin, Ian Forrester Guests: - Alexandra Deschamps-Sonsino - Designswarm - Paulien Dresscher - Netherlands film festival & Publicspaces.net - Yancey Strickler - Co-founder of Kickstarter & entrepreneur

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  3. Reasons to be optimistic about climate change action

    Decision makers and political leaders around the globe may be preoccupied with tackling the coronavirus, but they should not forget about climate change.

    We have ten years to halve global greenhouse gas emissions, and move toward zero emissions.

    Failure to do so will lead to environmental catastrophe.

    So believes Christiana Figueres, former head of the UN convention on climate change, who helped deliver the Paris agreement.

    She explains to Paul Barclay why she is optimistic.

    Recorded on March 11, 2020, at HOTA on the Gold Coast, as part of the Out Loud festival. Presented in conjunction with Griffith University

    Speaker:

    Christiana Figueres - diplomat, author former Executive Secretary, UN Framework Convention on Climate Change.

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  4. The Human Values Framework: Episode 3

    An open discussion about the impact of human values in a digital society

    BBC Research & Development is examining how core human values relate to digital media use, in order to enhance service design and improve impact measurement. Empirical research has identified fourteen core values, all underpinned by human needs and psychological drivers. These are the basis of the Human Values Framework, a new approach to the design of online services.

    In this series of podcasts Lead Researcher Lianne Kerlin is joined by Senior Firestarter Ian Forrester to discuss the human values framework from different contexts. They are joined by experts in design, social impact of technology and other disciplines.

    Episode 3: Exploring the underlying philosophy A discussion of the philosophical thinking that underpins the Human Values Framework Presenters: Lianne Kerlin, Ian Forrester

    Guests; - Alexandra Deschamps-Sonsino - Designswarm - David Jay - Centre for Humane Technology - Katja Bego - Nesta - Mark Surman - Mozilla Foundation - Paulien Dresscher - Netherlands film festival & Publicspaces.net - Yancey Strickler - Co-founder of Kickstarter & entrepreneur

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  5. The Human Values Framework: Episode 4

    BBC Research & Development is examining how core human values relate to digital media use, in order to enhance service design and improve impact measurement. Empirical research has identified fourteen core values, all underpinned by human needs and psychological drivers. These are the basis of the Human Values Framework, a new approach to the design of online services.

    In this series of podcasts Lead Researcher Lianne Kerlin is joined by Senior Firestarter Ian Forrester to discuss the human values framework from different contexts. They are joined by experts in design, social impact of technology and other disciplines.

    Episode 4: Measuring success using the framework Are human values the new way to measure success and value in a digital age? Presenters: Lianne Kerlin, Ian Forrester

    Guests:

    • Brian Suda - Optional.is
    • David Jay - Centre for Humane Technology
    • Mark Surman - Mozilla Foundation
    • Solana Larson - Mozilla Foundation
    • Yancey Strickler - Co-founder of Kickstarter & entrepreneur

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  6. The Human Values Framework: Episode 1

    BBC Research & Development is examining how core human values relate to digital media use, in order to enhance service design and improve impact measurement. Empirical research has identified fourteen core values, all underpinned by human needs and psychological drivers. These are the basis of the Human Values Framework, a new approach to the design of online services.

    In this series of podcasts Lead Researcher Lianne Kerlin is joined by Senior Firestarter Ian Forrester to discuss the Human Values Framework from different contexts. They are joined by experts in design, social impact of technology and other disciplines.

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  7. Human Values Framework: Episode 2

    An open discussion about the impact of human values in a digital society

    BBC Research & Development is examining how core human values relate to digital media use, in order to enhance service design and improve impact measurement. Empirical research has identified fourteen core values, all underpinned by human needs and psychological drivers. These are the basis of the Human Values Framework, a new approach to the design of online services.

    In this series of podcasts Lead Researcher Lianne Kerlin is joined by Senior Firestarter Ian Forrester to discuss the human values framework from different contexts. They are joined by experts in design, social impact of technology and other disciplines.

    Episode 2: Applying the Framework

    Presenters: Lianne Kerlin, Ian Forrester

    Guests: - Alexandra Deschamps-Sonsino - Designswarm - Katja Bego - Nesta - Paulien Dresscher - Netherlands film festival & Publicspaces.net - Solana Larson - Mozilla Foundation

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  8. LICORICE: A DARK AND SALTY STRANGER

    Licorice is a polarizing candy: there are those who pick out the black jelly beans, those who think Twizzlers are better than Red Vines, and those who won’t travel without a supply of salty dark lozenges. The dark and chewy treat begins life as a plant root that is more than fifty times as sweet as sugar. This episode, we tell the story of how a traditional remedy become England’s first branded candy, and we get to the bottom of a medical mystery (licorice poisoning!) in a tale that involves both Tutankhamun and Henry VIII.

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  9. Design Notes: AI-Mediated Art

    BJ Best on collaborating with computers to create poetry, music, and visual art.

    Design Notes is a show about creative work and what it teaches us. Each episode, we speak with people from unique creative fields to discover what inspires and unites us in our practice. In this episode, Liam speaks with BJ Best, a poet who teaches computers to do what humans can’t. His ArtyBots are part of a vibrant scene of robots creating, sharing, and collaborating on virtual art. In the interview, Best describes the reflective opportunities and editorial impact of a bot-created body of work numbering in the tens of thousands. We always have the ability to create something beautiful in the face of whatever external pressures we might be up against.

    — BJ Best

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  10. Desert Island Discs - Steve Backshall, Explorer

    Steve Backshall is an explorer, naturalist and broadcaster.

    His BAFTA-winning programmes bring viewers of every generation closer to nature – from the children’s series Deadly 60, featuring close encounters with the most dangerous and venomous creatures on earth, to Blue Planet Live and Springwatch.

    His interest in the natural world began at a young age, after his parents decided to swap their terraced house for a smallholding with goats, ducks and geese.

    His big break as a broadcaster arrived when National Geographic offered him the post of Adventurer in Residence and he’s been taking on the most arduous challenges and toughest environments on earth ever since. He ran a marathon in the Sahara and has swum cage-free with great white sharks.

    His adventures have also brought him many near-death moments. He broke his back while rock climbing and recently almost drowned while kayaking in Bhutan.

    Steve is married to the Olympic champion rower Helen Glover, and they have a two year old son and twins born earlier this year.

    DISC ONE: Beautiful War by Kings of Leon DISC TWO: The Wind by Cat Stevens DISC THREE: Fake Plastic Trees by Radiohead DISC FOUR: Even After All by Finley Quaye DISC FIVE: I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles) by Ash Cutler and Rachael Hawnt DISC SIX: Last Goodbye by Jeff Buckley DISC SEVEN: 6 Words by Wretch 32 DISC EIGHT: This Life by Vampire Weekend

    BOOK CHOICE: One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel García Márquez LUXURY ITEM: A guitar CASTAWAY’S FAVOURITE: I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles) by Ash Cutler and Rachael Hawnt

    Presenter: Lauren Laverne Producer: Sarah Taylor

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