Click on the links below to watch the presentations, from Lydia Nicholas who opened the day with a discussion on the conflict between building relationships and protecting privacy, to Caroline Webb who closed with a demonstration of how tiny tweaks to our daily routines can transform our experience of what happens around us.
- Lydia Nicholas, digital anthropologist: Being Us Online
- Chris T-T, The National Trust: Singing At The Workhouse
- Nina Jones, Jaguar Land Rover: Joining the dots at Jaguar Land Rover to achieve unbelievable things
- Nishma Robb, Google: The power of communication in changing gender stereotypes
- Prof. Vyv Evans, Bangor University: Adding value to brands with emoji
- Duncan Hammond, Guardian News & Media: Turning strategy into action
- Dan Shute, Creature of London: People like dogs, don’t they?
- Martin Gill, Forrester Research: Let customers lead your digital strategy
- Andy Whitlock, Lost My Name: Messy, scary, stressful and joyful
- Will Hudson, It’s Nice That: Building It’s Nice That
- Caroline Webb, author of How To Have A Good Day: How behavioural science can help us all to have a good day at work
To find out more about the event and the fantastic speakers, including blog posts on each presentation visit the Dots 2016 site.