(aka Nandini Nair 🔈 )
Product Designer working at the intersection of Design Thinking x Systems Thinking x Computational Thinking
Designing for data-informed sustainability behavior change - CoGo
CoGo - Connecting Good is an app ecosystem that uses data to help consumers and businesses adopt ethical and sustainable practices. The platform that enables consumers to signal their values (such as paying workers a living wage, minimizing plastic waste, creating a circular economy) to businesses.
[case study coming soon]
Designing for network visibility and collaboration in communities
Weavr is a tool for impactful networks to know who is in the network, how people are connected, and what they're working on.
[case study coming soon]
Designing interactive narratives for learning and change
Together We Make a Nation (TWMN) is an interactive documentary that follows the journeys of four refugee women of different ages and backgrounds spanning from WWII to the current Syrian refugee crisis.
Designing for conservation mapping
Rāhuitia is a prototype to raise awareness of the Māori practice of rāhui – an indigenous practice of conservation management.
Designing access to New Zealand music for all
SOUNZ Centre for New Zealand Music champions the music of Aotearoa/New Zealand by cataloging and making available a vast collection of music composed by NZ artists.
Designing models for understanding cooperative systems
Enspiral is a non-hierarchical collaborative network prototyping new ways of working.
Co-designing infographics for climate change action
Working with a climate scientist and council members to visualize climate impacts and implications for Wellington city.
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Moving at the pace of serendipity.
Communities of Practice
“If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.”
Design @ Carnegie Mellon University
Studiomate since 2019. A graduate studio comprised of designers from around the world learning to critically think, make and practice design in the context of 21st-century challenges.
Design Justice Network
Signatory since 2020. DJN is a global network of people and organizations who are committed to rethinking design processes so that they center people who are too often marginalized by design.
Say Hello or Kia Ora!
Currently, residing in Dionde:gâ, the Seneca language name for Pittsburgh, the ancestral lands of many indigenous peoples.