Stephen Collins, Author at acidlabs Studios
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Author: Stephen Collins

I'm pleased to announce that acidlabs Studios is now a part of the Australian Digital Marketplace, and available to work with government at any level in three categories: change, training and transformation marketing, communications, and engagement, and user research and design This is a big deal...

This is Apple's keynote pre-roll from the 2013 WWDC. The language in this video speaks powerfully to the designer in me. If design isn't to appeal to people's hearts as well as their heads, if we're not designing to make a difference in the world, and...

At GovCamp Australia 2013 this week, there were two identifiable two groups of people who presented and talked about the topics of inspiring government innovation, empowering people and liberating capability. There were the service designers who spoke about the specifics of design and presented case...

As a service designer, I've been involved in building the way a significant number of programs, products and tools hang together. And, as someone who works relatively often with government, where many agencies, policies, regulation and in the end, people, need to come together to...

Too much focus is placed on the technical aspects of getting the people in a business online. We'd argue that the tools are a means to an end. People are what it's really about....

It's a bit about self-indulgent, but yesterday, The Canberra Times ran a feature on acidlabs' founder, Stephen Collins, touching on his work, his passions and the creation of TEDxCanberra. It particularly looks at Stephen's low-key, empowering style of leadership; it's an unusual approach in a...