#45 Designing for Good with Dr. Brandon Gien.

In the third instalment of the exclusive Australian Made series, Vince chats to Dr. Brandon Gien who is the Founder and CEO of Good Design Australia and Chair of Australia’s annual Good Design Awards. At a time of so much uncertainty in the world, the Australian Made series will focus on brilliant people here in Australia, celebrating designing and making local.

 

Good Design Awards, is the longest-running design award program in Australia with its origins dating back to the Industrial Design Council of Australia (IDCA) established in 1958.

 

Brandon has spent the past 25 years advocating for the value of design to improve our social, economic, cultural and environmental quality of life at a national and international level.

 

Listen in as Vince and Brandon discuss how he got so heavily involved in design and his role in Good Design Australia as well as why Taiwan and Singapore are two surprising leaders in the design world.

 

The pair also touch on the growing issue of AI, how developing countries have the highest potential for design and reiterated the importance of designers taking charge in the fight against climate change.

In the third instalment of the exclusive Australian Made series, Vince chats to Dr. Brandon Gien who is the Founder and CEO of Good Design Australia and Chair of Australia’s annual Good Design Awards. At a time of so much uncertainty in the world, the Australian Made series will focus on brilliant people here in Australia, celebrating designing and making local.

 

Good Design Awards, is the longest-running design award program in Australia with its origins dating back to the Industrial Design Council of Australia (IDCA) established in 1958.

 

Brandon has spent the past 25 years advocating for the value of design to improve our social, economic, cultural and environmental quality of life at a national and international level.

 

Listen in as Vince and Brandon discuss how he got so heavily involved in design and his role in Good Design Australia as well as why Taiwan and Singapore are two surprising leaders in the design world.

 

The pair also touch on the growing issue of AI, how developing countries have the highest potential for design and reiterated the importance of designers taking charge in the fight against climate change.

Share this page:
  • 3
  • %
  • 2
  • C
  • \
  • $
  • *
  • 1
  • >
  • F
  • \
Talks & Podcasts
Talks & Podcasts
  • /
  • X
  • 4
  • :
  • 3
  • {
  • ?
  • 2
  • @
  • &
  • F
  • *