Founder, D4SC (Design For Social Change)
D4SC creates collaborative systems that bring people and machines together to co-create smarter cities with their data, activity and intelligence. D4SC’s award winning urban products Changify and CitizenCanvas has been featured in Wired, Ted City 2.0, BBC, and have been exhibited at the Smart City World Expo. D4SC contributes and co-authors industry standards for smart cities at the BSI and Cities Standards Institute.
Prakash enjoys creating new habits and behaviours with 14 years’ product and design leadership experience, bringing together product teams from startups to corporates. She speaks at SXSW, O’Reilly ETech, IXDA and is a visiting tutor at UCL, RCA, LSE and Syracuse University.
Listed on 2014 TechCity Insider 100 for innovating smarter cities, Prakash is a RSA fellow with a MA in Computer Related Design from the Royal College of Art and holds patents for BBC iPlayer and Nokia Asha phones.