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Dr Hannah Rudman FBCS, FRSA – on what can not be automated…

Dr Hannah Rudman has been awarded Fellowship status from the British Computer Society (BCS), The Chartered Institute for IT. This means some more post nominal letters (FBCS), and formal recognition for Hannah as an IT Professional. To celebrate, she wrote a guest post for the BCS’s Future Tech blog – on what cannot be automated…

Augmenting the reality of your brand’s social agency

In commentating in the Sunday Herald earlier this week on the meteoric international uptake of Niantic’s Pokémon GO app, I predicted that next for augmented reality (AR) would be apps that make virtual communication a little more real. I drew the analogy of R2D2’s playing of Princess Leia’s plea for help to Luke and C3P0 in […]

Lessons from Creative Science at Life at ASTC 2016

Dr Hannah Rudman and Andy Lloyd of the Designing for Creativity and Innovation in Informal Science Learning project presented learnings and findings to international informal science learning practitioners and academics at the 2016 conference of the Association of Science-Technology Centers in Tampa, Florida.  “Embedded in the Exhibit” was presented at ASTC 2016 in Tampa, Florida, the […]

Chair of Wellcome Trust visits exhibit pod

The Chair of the Wellcome Trust, Baroness Manningham-Buller visited the exhibit pod, and spoke to the Design for Creativity and Innovation in Informal Science Learning team of academic researchers and science centre practitioners. The team explained to the Baroness about the live science experiments we are undertaking with it, and the research outcomes we might see. […]

Designing for creativity and innovation in science learning

Head over to the Centre for Life in Newcastle UK’s blog to read about Rudman Consulting’s latest research work. Undertaken with anthropologists and  digital humanities experts at Durham University, and practitioners from the Centre for Life, Hannah Rudman has introduced participatory action research methods and design processes to a novel project funded by the ESRC. Together, we […]

The Third Wave: Digital by Desire

Digital by Default Those of us working in and with the public sector, or those of us in receipt of public funds have been working with an ethos of “Digital by Default” since 2012. Then, the UK Government released the Government Digital Strategy which set out how the Government would transform the way it delivers […]

Design thinking works for organisational change

A key aspect of the success of Rudman Consulting’s AmbITion Approach for digital business transformation is its inclusions of design thinking approaches and tools, and creative practices. We have studied and academically verified that most businesses which used more design and creative practices during change journeys, such as the AmbITion Approach, were very likely to digitally adapt, and over a […]

Summary of Envirodigital video case studies and filmed talks

Hannah Rudman presents the case study of Claimexpenses.com – a development to help freelancers calculate their CO2 footprint when working with different organisations, as well as claim travel expenses back: Hannah Rudman presents the case study story of the virtual world digital content development that The Scape Trust have created at Timespan Arts & Heritage […]

Envirodigital’s work for government

Envirodigital has been working with Scotland’s 2020 Climate group and Scottish Enterprise to develop a response to Scottish Government about how the Creative and Interactive Industries will respond as a sector to Scotland’s low carbon transition. View our report: Envirodigital approached the Scotland’s 2020 Climate Group, suggesting that the Creative & Digital Industries should be […]

Five Minute Theatre: co-production with National Theatre of Scotland

Envirodigital created larger scale, but smaller environmental impact, live productions for arts, cultural and heritage organisations, event organisers, and content producers by adding a digital element to them. Co-production: Five Minute Theatre, National Theatre Scotland UPDATE: June 2012 – Five Minute Theatre wins a Critics Award for Theatre in Scotland (CATS) in the category of […]