Györgyi Gálik is a London-based innovation designer, design researcher and environmental advocate. She is in the final stage of her Ph.D. studies in Innovation Design Engineering, School of Design at the Royal College of Art in London. Alongside her studies, she is a Lead Advisor for the Design Council’s Cities Program.
With a background in strategic design, social science and environmental health, Györgyi has more than a decade of experience delivering projects in the corporate, governmental and non-governmental sectors. She has designed, led and managed a variety of projects in North America, Asia and Europe—working in organizations ranging from small startups and individual communities to large corporations and city governments. With PAN Studio and Tom Armitage, she was nominated in the Digital Category of the Design Museum’s ‘Design of the Year 2014‘ Award for the project, Hello Lamp Post (winner of the first Playable City Award 2013, Bristol).