Dyslexia & Design Panel Discussion

The benefits dyslexic thinking brings to design with interior designer Ab Rogers, product designer James Rokos, Sculptor Kate MccGwire & founder of BeetWoven Nadia-Anne Ricketts

Design Junction, Everyman Cinema

“A high powered panel including designer Ab Rogers of ARD, product designer James Rokos, metal artist Simone ten Hompel and Cambridge University researcher Dr. Helen Taylor discuss their dyslexia, looking at the impact it has had on their lives, their experience of the education system, and, ultimately, how it has enabled – rather than hindered – their careers.” 

Subsequent article by Molly Long in Design Week here > 

Speakers: 
Ab Rogers: Interior Designer
James Rokos: Product Designer
Helen Taylor: Affiliated Researcher, University of Cambridge
Kate MccGwire: Sculptor
Nadia-Anne Ricketts: Founder of BeatWoven

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