- Chrissy Levett, Jo Godden, Safia Qureshi, Sevra Davis, Sophia Wyatt
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How do designers develop products and projects that encourage positive behaviour change with consumers?
This short film, shot at the Design Museum in London, shows highlights from Creative Conscience's "Conscious Consumption" event, the second part of a series featuring design change makers. Watch real designers with ideas and designs that inspire innovation and behaviour change.
Founder & CEO
Chrissy Levett trained as an illustrator/print maker before studying graphic design & communications at the Royal College of Art. Now founder & CEO of Creative Conscience, a global organisation that encourages and rewards creative thinking with purpose. As a Creative Director she won a number of industry awards for branding, is a TEDx speaker and believes that design & creative thinking should be used to solve global challenges and as a form of positive activism.
Founder of Ruby Moon
A professional fashion designer with twenty years of international experience working with the worlds biggest brands and small designer labels. A passionate advocate of sustainable design and ethical manufacturing, Jo is the founder of rubymoon, a swimwear company with a difference. RubyMoon is a social enterprise that funds women entrepreneurs as provides training for those interested in a career in fashion. Jo is a qualified mentor and gives lectures on ethical fashion and social enterprise to university and fashion students.
Founder of Cup Club
Safia Qureshi is an award-winning architect, innovation designer and educator. Born in London, UK, she graduated in architecture from University College London with First Class Honours and went on to do a Masters at the Royal College of Art. CupClub was born of Safia’s interest in technology and design and how their intersection can boost the circular economy. She is passionate about empowering other founders, designers and technologists (women in particular) to think circular.
Head of Leading at the Design Museum in London
Sevra led the delivery and global expansion of the RSA Student Design Awards, and has consulted on design for social impact for international government clients. She often speaks on the value of design and a design approach, design for social innovation, and how open innovation could positively impact our future. Sevra is an architect and urban designer and spent 10 years working in industry. She has recently taken the role as Head of Learning at the Design Museum London.
Co-Founder of the Library of Things
Sophia is the Design Director for Library of Things, a social enterprise on a mission to make it better to borrow rather than buy. Sophia leads on all things design, from the service design, to technology and the brand.
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