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Speaker Biography

Nat Hunter

Nat Hunter is a user-experience designer and a founding director of Airside, an award winning cross-platform design agency that worked in moving image; graphic design; illustration and digital interaction until its closure in early 2012. She has recently become a Creative Director at Tokyo Digital, an ideas agency providing digital solutions.

Nat is co-founder of the social enterprise Three Trees Don’t Make A Forest which was set up in 2008 to inspire the design industry to conceive and produce more sustainable creative work. She is a regular contributor to the design community - lecturing in design around the world, judging awards such as D&AD, Design Week & Creative Review, writing for Grafik and Varoom, and doing workshops and lecturing at universities. She has been on the Executive Committee of D&AD since 2011.

She studied Psychology, including Human Computer Interface Psychology, at Edinburgh University, before completing an MA in Interactive Multimedia at the Royal College of Art. She designed interfaces for films and installation artists, before co-founding Airside with Alex Maclean and Fred Deakin in 1998.


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