Hi, I'm Lis

Excuse me whilst I awkwardly move over to third-person and briefly talk about myself when I'd rather be learning about you (I'll pop out for a juice whilst you read).

Lis has run an experience design studio for over seven years, working on projects such as the Dalai Lama & Desmond Tutu’s Book of Joy, elearning courses making millions in sales, training intranets for thousands of staff across the world, and eCommerce for a cult celebrity styling brand. She works deep in the weeds of strategy, service design, design thinking & systems, and process improvement. The studio now takes on a few select projects throughout the year.

During this time Lis also developed a digital course to streamline the processes & workflows of freelancers and creative agencies at meetCreative. She can fluently speak numerous tech (and human) languages with you and is happy to geek out on systems and workflows (please don't ask her to handle hardware though). She is active in encouraging womxn into the field.

Outside of the studio, Lis splits most of her time on the environmental enterprise Nowhere & Everywhere with a lens on climate change, biodiversity, waste & climate justice, and teaching kids environmental and social justice issues at Skwoodle.

Previously a Country Director for an integrated NFP, Lis has a background in law, international development and finance, and has travelled through 65+ countries. She believes action and empathy can change the world, and is also deeply passionate about public education, policy communication and equality. She strives to keep things simple and thinks we could all spend a little more time on the open road.

Ok I'm back! I'm also often asked about the podcasts I love and can be found photographing some of my journeys.
Want to get in touch? hello (at) lisdingjan.com
If the world were merely seductive, that would be easy. If it were merely challenging, that would be no problem. But I arise in the morning torn between a desire to improve the world and a desire to enjoy the world. This makes it hard to plan the day - EB White