“To live well and experience a good death, we need good design,” says Ivor Williams, Senior Designer at the Helix Centre, a unique design studio embedded in St Mary’s Hospital in Central London. With a team comprised of designers, clinicians and academics, the Helix uses human-centered design methodologies to rapidly dissect problems, envision opportunities and prototype solutions.

About the Speaker

Ivor Williams is Senior Design Associate at the Helix Centre, founder of the research and consultancy group Being and Dying and a co-founder of Humane Engineering, a firm dedicated to designing digital products that explore the use of technology for health and social good. He is a visiting lecturer at Imperial College London and has held teaching positions at the University of Venice in Italy, Design Academy Eindhoven and the Glasgow School of Art.