Inclusive design - broader perspectives for better experiences
Christine Hemphill being interviewed on the Daily Sib

Christine Hemphill being interviewed on the Daily Sib

May 28, 2020

Christine chats with Martyn Sibley on his daily show. They talk about Open Inclusion's history and social mission, as well as discussing the virtues of inclusive design and inclusion in general.

Inclusive design, broader perspectives for better experiences. An interview with Jo Reid and David Dew Veal

Inclusive design, broader perspectives for better experiences. An interview with Jo Reid and David Dew Veal

February 12, 2020

In the second set of interviews on transport and inclusion, Martyn talks with Jo Reid managing director of Calvium and David Dew Veal a strategy consultant for KPMG. They discuss the importance of inclusive design in current projects and the possible impact future innovations in transport could have.

An interview with David Banes and Joseph Giacomin

An interview with David Banes and Joseph Giacomin

November 8, 2019

Martyn discusses exciting new travel and transport technologies with David and Joseph. They look at the possible new world that is ahead, along with the challenges and dangers and talk about how to keep Disability as an important part of the design equation.

An interview with Chris McGinley and Tom Pokinko

An interview with Chris McGinley and Tom Pokinko

August 29, 2019

Martyn Sibley first talks with Chris McGinley from the Helen Hamlin centre for design. They discuss the centre's approach to research-based inclusive design and how the challenge can open up new and innovative concepts. Martyn goes on to talk with Tom Pokinko research director at Open Inclusion. Tom explains how Open' s panel of over 400 people representing a myriad of physical and cognitive challenges can help businesses improve their experiences and practices.

An interview with Ed Warner and Steven Mifsud

An interview with Ed Warner and Steven Mifsud

June 21, 2019

Martyn Sibley talks with Ed Warner of Motionspot and Steven Mifsud of Direct Access about the concept, motivation and drive behind their companies and how they are helping shape a more inclusively designed world.

An interview with Marianne Waite and Christine Hemphill

An interview with Marianne Waite and Christine Hemphill

May 8, 2019

Martyn Sibley firstly talks with the valuable 500 campaign director Marianne Waite. They discuss amongst other things how branding can unwittingly exclude many people and the potential of creating a totally inclusive brand. Martyn goes on to talk with Christine Hemphill from Open Inclusion. Christine explains how Open Inclusion are involved with the valuable 500 and how they are helping with the 4 parts that make up the customer model.

An interview with Dr Caroline Casey

An interview with Dr Caroline Casey

March 26, 2019

Martyn Sibley talks with Dr Caroline Casey about the valuable 500 brand and awareness campaign. Dr Casey explains her passion for inclusion and talks about the need for this to be embraced firstly by people at the top of organisations in order to empower and accelerate the changes needed to put disabled people on a par with other marginalised groups both for employment and services.

An interview with Edward Richards

An interview with Edward Richards

January 21, 2019

Martyn Sibley talks with Edward Richards about how British sign language is part of his life and cultural identity. They discuss Edward's business as an inclusive designer and how this has led him to various projects such as MCing an event at The Shard and appearing on an e-learning project.

Purple Tuesday: The Businesses

Purple Tuesday: The Businesses

November 10, 2018

In this episode, Open Inclusion' s own Martyn Sibley talks with 3 business leaders about their impressions of Purple Tuesday and why they think it's an important initiative. Zoe Young from Marks & Spencer, Rosie Martin from the boutique Nelly McCabe and Barclays own Ian Gilmartin discuss what purple Tuesday represents for their businesses and how they hope it leads to a permanent legacy of inclusion in the retail sector. The interview concludes with a discussion with Christine Hemphill the managing director of Open Inclusion who gives her reflections of the initiative.

Purple Tuesday: The Consumers

Purple Tuesday: The Consumers

October 22, 2018

In this episode, Open Inclusion's own Martyn Sibley talks with 3 disabled consumers about their negative and positive consumer experiences. Julia Fernandez, Dave Padgen and Shani Dhanda analyse their past experiences and try to outline what defines "good customer service" for them. The interviews conclude with a few words from Mike Adams the founder of Purple about the purpose behind Purple Tuesday and his vision for the future of disabled consumers.

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