Imposter Syndrome – advice for a young change agent

Imposter Syndrome – advice for a young change agent

Many young change agents encounter Imposter Syndrome.   We want to change the world, or at least our small corner of it, but we don't yet have that deeply internalised knowing where experience and knowledge builds into intuitive leadership. For some people...

Designing Cities for the User eXperience

Designing Cities for the User eXperience

In June 2021 Prof Peter Newman interviewed David Galloway and Anna Kelderman about the process they developed to design cities for the User eXperience (UX) using Leederville in Western Australia as a text case. This project was based on the recognition that most of...

Fire and Biodiversity Conference – Episode 2

Fire and Biodiversity Conference – Episode 2

Fire has been an integral part of the Australian landscape for hundreds of thousands of years. Since the Europeans arrived in Australia there has been a dramatic shift in how the landscape has been managed and the role of fire. This article is the second part of a...

Fire and Biodiversity Conference – Episode 1

Fire and Biodiversity Conference – Episode 1

Fire has been an integral part of the Australian landscape for hundreds of thousands of years. Since the Europeans arrived in Australia there has been a dramatic shift in how the landscape has been managed and the role of fire. Each major bush fire brings renewed...

What is left of consultation – power and representation

What is left of consultation – power and representation

Over the past 50 years the consultation industry has emerged as a response to the limitations of representative democracy. But consultation has its dark sides. Often the consultation industry seeks to engage with civil society to improve its delivery of products and...

PlacemakingX Webinar – Placemaking and Resilience

PlacemakingX Webinar – Placemaking and Resilience

In July 2020 David Galloway was part of a webinar presentation by PlacemakingX about his and others work in Leederville Western Australia on how to build vibrant and resilient places, particularly in the context of COVID shutdowns. David contributed his insights about...

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David Galloway

David Galloway

Lead Designer

David has over 30 years experience in Australia and overseas working for government, industry, business, community groups, NGO’s and individuals. He has degrees in engineering, environmental science, sustainability and a Doctorate in design and sustainability.

His current work is strongly focused in design, working at the front-end of large projects to make them go beyond being purely sustainable and to become fully regenerative and productive. His experience is in project design and management, regional and urban planning, community liaison, ecological engineering, vision creation, issues management, natural resource management, and policy.

David brings exceptionally high levels of design thinking and project management skills to projects. He works at the interfaces of planning and design, community and environment, and business and innovation. By combining good business acumen, quality science and a solid understanding of how to engage with the community David’s design work produces highly innovative projects.

Would you like to talk about your project and how to make it sustainable?

Call David Galloway on +61 429 900 197 or send us a message using the form below.