Humane Engineering was founded by Ivor Williams and Alex Rothera. A tech-for-good start-up dedicated to designing and inventing products that focus on improving the lives of people. Their first product Cove is a personal musical journal to help you with your emotional and mental health. It is supported by the Bethnal Green Ventures programme and funded by NHS England.

Ivor Williams is a Scottish designer with 10 years experience working with national governments, NGOs, cultural institutions and commercial companies. He is Senior Design Associate at the Helix Centre, a unique design studio situated in a busy London hospital. He is also founder of the design research group Being and Dying. He was previously studio director at the Italian research centre Fabrica; consulting art director for interactive & experience designers Tellart; and designer for Graphic Thought Facility, John Morgan studio and others. He teaches regularly and is currently a visiting lecturer at Imperial College London. His previous positions include visiting professor at IUAV Venice, and visiting lecturer at Design Academy Eindhoven and the Glasgow School of Art.

Alex Rothera is a designer, technologist, and entrepreneur focusing on products for health & social good. He has worked with major innovation labs, research incubators, and companies including Disney Research, Google, Area 120, and Fabrica. With this work he has led and launched multiple products publicly, wrote and published research, and has led teams to success.

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