Senior Social Innovator, Service Design
Bachelor degree in Industrial Design Engineering, Mondragon University
Master of Science (MSc) in Strategic Product Design, Delft University of Technology
Prior to joining TACSI, Alazne was a lecturer and researcher in Industrial Design at Mondragon University where she developed curriculum and taught a variety of design courses. Alazne was responsible for leading the Strategic Product and Service Design Masters degree program.
Her career began in the Netherlands in a consumer marketing team at Philips Consumer Lifestyle bringing a commercial design rigour to her professional design research experience ranging the spectrum of commercial and social design including: industrial, education, insurance and child protection.
Alazne holds a Bachelor degree in Industrial Design Engineering and MSc in Strategic Product Design. Alazne’s writing on user-centred design has been featured in Scientific Design Issues.
Support to QLD child protection department in the development and design of a future systems service blueprint
Service and role design of Aboriginal-specific roles within the award winning service, Family by Family
Leading the research, service design and prototyping to trial 6 new strategies for reducing Aboriginal engagement in the criminal justice system