Relive Innovation for all 2016

Trude Gomnæs Ugelstad Foto Johnny Syversen

Trude Gomnæs Ugelstad, CEO at DOGA, opened Innovation for all 2016. Photo: Johnny Syversen.

Did you miss the event or want to watch some of it again? Here you can see all the plenary sessions from Innovation for all 2016.

Minister of Children and Equality, Solveig Horne, gives the opening speech.

Jackie Marshall-Cyrus, Innovate UK, talks about innovation for independent living and inspires us to change our mindset related to active ageing.

Johan Brand, Kahoot!, explains how a people-centred design strategy laid the foundation for building the world's fastest growing learning brand.

Andrea Siodmok, Policy Lab and UK Government’s Cabinet Office, talks about how people-centred and inclusive design methodology is applied when developing future policy practice, how this can support innovation in the public sector, and presents inspiring, live projects from the UK.

Keiji Kawahara, IAUD and KID Studio, presents a range of cutting-edge Japanese ideas in everyday technology, from household products and independent living solutions to advanced robot technology.

Anne Stenros, Aalto University: Humanizing Technology – From Usability and UX to Empathy and EX.

Jeremy Myerson from the Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design leads a panel discussion between speakers and participants.

Astrid Nøklebye Heiberg, former State Secretary, Norwegian Ministry of Health and Care: An active and independent lifestyle – key contributions from technology and social innovations.

Summary of the two workshops Creative Leadership and Everyday Technology and Inclusive Design.

Aina Strand, Project Manager, Norwegian Ministry of Health and Care, presents "More years - more opportunities", the government's strategy for an age-friendly society.

Summary of the event by Jeremy Myerson, the Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design.