Meld Design Salon: Making Transport Human-Centred

Transport

 

In the next Meld Design Salon, we’ll be talking all things transport. Jordana Blank from Transport for Victoria, and Andrew Kendall from Sydney Metro will offer their unique experiences and perspectives on the importance—and challenges—of implementing a Human Centred Design approach in the government transport sector.

Discover how…

…HCD can best be deployed in tactical transport projects and high-level strategy projects
…Victorian and NSW government transport departments are benefitting from HCD strategies
…these states are leveraging their understanding of the public transport experience

Thursday 4th October 2018
6:00pm – Welcome with drinks and nibbles
6:30pm – Panel discussion
8:00pm – Event wrap-up

Location
CQ Function Centre
113 Queens Street
Melbourne

Accessible entrance
410 Little Collins Street
Melbourne

On the Panel

Jordana Blank – Director User Focused Design at Transport for Victoria
Andrew Kendall – Senior Manager Customer Solution Design at Sydney Metro
Alexandra Almond – Principal at Meld Studios (Melbourne)
Chris O’Brien – Principal at Meld Studios (Sydney)

About Meld Design Salons
A multidisciplinary forum to discuss approaches and applications of design as we see it now and into the future.

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