Great reads of 2016

2016 was a big year in our“Great Reads” Slack channel. .There were around 300 posts from 23 Meldsters. Early in the year the Js had it: with lots of posts from Jeremy, Jen and Jack. Overall Janna was the most prolific poster with around 43...

How to get a job in service design

How do I become a customer experience or service designer? Is there a particular path I should take? How transferable are my current skills? We get asked these questions a lot so have put together some tips for people wanting to work in this space....

Great Reads from March 2016

Inspired futures powered by automation Contributed by Emma WarrenAt Meld Studios we’re inspired by the idea that better design can improve our world by enabling and empowering citizens to make meaningful change. As the global economy shifts, automation within organisations changes the way we work and can provide...

Great Reads from February 2016

A transition in design? At Meld Studios we often talk about the need to design appropriately at different levels to enable the maximum chance of success. Breaking design down into four levels provides us with a language to explore the relationship between these areas: artefacts, interactions,...

Great reads from September

Our Slack channel #greatreads is a place we post articles, papers, books and other bits of interest. Here’s a selection from the channel from September 2015. Designing the new economy Bronwen Morgan at The Conversation took a look at the ethics and practices behind ‘new economy’ companies...