Making and Doing podcast
Graham Newman and his guests discuss how design practice is responding to change, and how this change can foster cultural, economic and social benefit.
Making and Doing is ultimately a podcast for design practitioners in South-East Asia looking at the broader picture of how design fuses creativity, technology and science together through:
- Design as a subject for secondary schools
- Education futures
- Inclusivity and diversity
- Interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary
- Making and doing
Modelling and prototyping
- South-East Asia design ecosystem
- Social and economic change
- Theories, principles and methods
Making and Doing is available on the following platforms: iTunes, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, Stitcher, Tune In, iHeart Radio, Acast.
Dr Peerapat Chokesuwattanaskul discusses Thailand’s economy, how regulatory reform is enabling innovation, and technologies that are transforming the legal industry with Graham Newman.
Khun Tareef Jafferi discusses behavioural science for people engagement at work and on campus with Graham Newman.
Kickstart 2021 with Khun Vorathit ‘Tap’ Kruavanichkit, creative director and co-founder of Farmgroup, discussing the future of Bangkok communication design with Graham Newman.
Graham Newman is joined by entrepreneur Khun Apon Palanuwech and designer Khun Tananan Rattanapongwiboon to discuss ways to bridge the public private sector gap for user experience design, UXUI products, and e-citizenship rollout in Bangkok.
Graham Newman is joined by Jotaro Sera and Sookkamon Heath to discuss how students can support their learning through internships, and offer insights for recent graduates to be more engaged with their chosen profession including tips on how to...
In discussion with Wittamon Niwattichai and Santi Tonsukha from Witti Studio; and Dana Blouin from Dapper Villains.