“Light bends differently underwater. The speed of sound moves faster than in the air. When the body is submerged, the eyes lose their focus — hearing becomes muffled and spatial awareness alters. Natalie Nixon floats in this medium to expand her perceptions. She swims to gain stamina.”
Check out Natalie Nixon’s talks at the European Innovation Academy:
In October 2015 , at the Mayo Clinic’s Transform conference, Natalie spoke to an audience of physicians, public policy makers, health administrators and citizens about the role of creativity in reshaping our healthcare delivery system. Her talk, “What We Should Stop Doing. Right. Now” can be viewed on YouTube .
Illustrator MK Czerwiek did a wonderful job of capturing the conference visually!
Natalie was invited to give 3 talks at The European Innovation Academy, a 3 week program in Nice, France involving university students from around the world paired with start up entrepreneurs from the Silicon Valley. Natalie spoke about fashion thinking, design thinking and prototyping. Links to some of her lecture slides can be found here.
At this very cool and avant grade model of experiential learning, I spoke about the dance choreographer as systems designer. The Copenhagen Institute of Interactive Design is doing very interesting work!
The 4th Annal SHOP conference focused on growth through creativity and ideas for retail leaders at Wal-Mart and included though leadership from David Shing, digital prophet of AOL, Christian Madsjberg of ReD Associates and David Denholm of Chobani. Natalie contributed thought leadership on design thinking with Cindy Tripp of Cindy Tripp & Company and Christi Zuber of Kaiser Permanente.
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A dialogue with Natalie Nixon, Willem Heesbeen, Carl Mossfeld and Marco Steinberg.
Are we in a state of entrepreneurship?
VOR looks at the is the message of a group with a comprehensive history; national and international, public and private sector experts, present their experiences in the field of innovation.
Natalie talks with FUSE about how she got into strategic design and it can benefit anyone.