Posts tagged Guest Article
Heavy Metal Cities

In late 2015 the charismatic football coach of Borussia Dortmund in Germany dubbed his style of play as heavy metal football. It was his analogy for how his frenetic ‘pressing the opposition’ style of play could be thought about. It was constant, it was in your face, it didn’t give you a moment to think and it hits you hard when it gets going in its own rhythm.

At a recent lecture UCL Professor Nick Tyler talked….

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Neurodiversity & Workplaces

Neurodiversity is a movement that emerged from the work of Judy Singer, a sociologist and a person on the autistic spectrum. She proposed that people who are “neurologically different represent a new addition to the familiar political categories of class, gender, and race.” Whilst the movement includes those with dyslexia, dyspraxia, attention deficit disorder, and Tourette syndrome, the prominent focus in terms advocacy is on autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

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Human Centric Cities

Guest article for the Scottish Cities Alliance:

All successful long standing products and services are adaptive and human centric. Our cities should be no different. We should be building on top of smart city technologies to uncover methods to best satisfy and support human needs such as feeling productive and have a sense of wellbeing.

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