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Jonathan McKay

Jonathan McKay from Praekelt.org, told us about the world’s first national-scale mobile health program, MomConnect, and how they track its impact. Watch it here.

Tracy Johnson

Tracy Johnson from the Gates Foundation gave us anthropological insights into Human Centered Design and the ways in which she integrates it into global development efforts. Watch it here.

Michael Murphy

Michael Murphy, of MASS Design Group, told us how architecture can be a force for improving the lives of whole communities, and how he measures that. If you didn’t get to see it at the Measured Summit, you can watch it here.

On The Radio: Interviews with Measured Speakers and Provocateurs

In the midst of the crowded SVA theater, Denver Frederick, host of the radio show The Business of Giving (@BizofGive) on New York’s WNYM-AM (970) managed to interview a number of the participants.  Hear for yourself at the links below. Laurie Leitch Cheryl Heller Maggie Breslin Jonathan McKay Doug Powell

Measured ))

Last Tuesday, two hundred and fifty people gathered at the SVA theater in New York to begin the conversation about measuring the impact of social design on health. It was informative, exciting, energized. And it wasn’t enough. We knew it would be only a beginning. In the weeks to come, we will be creating a…

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An Interview with Measured Summit Organizer Cheryl Heller

A quick download of “The Measured Summit: Measuring the Impact of Social Design on Human Health,” happening next Tuesday, January 24th, in NYC. What is the Summit? Why is it happening? Who will be there? Our interview with the Summit’s lead organizer, Cheryl Heller, will help you get queued in to what’s going on.

The Measured Symposium. Understanding and Scaling the Impact of Design

http://measured.design January 24, 2017 The social design process – human centered design principles, methods and tools – is being used by a growing number of funders, designers and social sector practitioners as an approach to solving complex social problems. Significant resources are being invested, and an enormous buzz has emerged about design’s potential for increasing…

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