In July, we had our first event in Berlin, hosting Kate Goodwin to share with us her experiences applying systems-thinking and human-centered design to create is an initiative driving systemic change in Victoria, Australia’s criminal justice system, in how people with cognitive impairment, acquired brain injury, and dual disability is recognized, respected, and supported.

In the event, we had the opportunity to discuss with Kate how system mapping, scenarios, co-design, prototyping, and inclusive and ethical practices come together in the design and development of

Watch Kate at This is HCD in Berlin

Kate Goodwin gives an inspiring presentation about system design and systems thinking, at the first event of This is HCD in Berlin, hosted by Myrto Papagiannakou

About Kate Goodwin

Kate is an Australian designer with over 15 years of user experience and service design leadership with not-for-profits, social enterprise, government, higher education, and the private and banking sectors. She is a ‘systems-led’ designer seeking to bridge human-centered design and systems thinking to help people see and address complex social, economic, and environmental issues more holistically.

Get to know Kate at

Posted by Myrto Papagiannakou

Myrto leads the This is HCD Chapter in Berlin. She is a Senior UX Consultant, Human Experience Designer & Design Mentor, specialized in User Experience, User Research, UX Management, Design Thinking, Innovation Management, and Agile Development.

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