So excited to announce this line up, possibly our best yet!
On 9th July we’re bringing 300 Seconds to the European headquarters of Yammer, in London’s Old Street. Their IT Director, Cheryl Razzell, will open the event before handing over to one of our most exciting and eclectic sets of speakers so far.
Richard Smith talking about… Being Richard Smith: adventures in mistaken identity on the internet.
An early adopter with a common name, Richard is always the first Richard Smith to sign up for anything, which gives him the username richard.smith@… But unfortunately every other Richard Smith thinks that’s their email, which produces some interesting results.
Tes Macpherson on changing the culture of volunteering in schools, making it more transparent and accessible, building a strong school community online as well as offline.
Anindita Ghosh presents some lessons from working with frontline staff about instilling a digital change, from the ground up and allowing them to own the change.
Hannah Pilbeam, visual designer at Red Bullet, will be speaking about her secrets into the mysteries of habit design.
Joe Dollar-Smirnov on why lean UX is much more simple than everyone thinks.
Amy Whitney on how how design decisions are made at the Government Digital Service based on data and research.
Steph Bennet will share her experience of hosting an international vloggin community event called #BattenVEDA.
Tiya Chowdhury asks the questions ‘technology, for who?’ We have had a number of apps like perfect 365 and fart apps, but to what cost? How could we make a positive impact in society?
Kate Sladden from change.org will talk about how people are using digital tools to campaign for change.
Lily Madar on why having side projects to your day job will help you discover new things and keep the spark alive.
Sinead MacManus of Fluency will share my ‘warts and all’ reality check story about the first year of launching a tech for good start-up.
Elizabeth Pizzuti is an artist and designer. Her talk will explore how technology can facilitate a deeper connection between human and the urban landscape.
Tickets for this event are now completely sold out! If you’re desperate to come, put your name on the waitlist and we’ll let you know if there are any returns. Otherwise, follow the action on Twitter with the hashtag #300secs.