Dan Hill is an Associate Director at Arup, and Head of Arup Digital Studio, a strategic and service design team that creates great user experiences for buildings, places, infrastructure and cities. A designer and urbanist, Dan’s previous leadership positions have produced innovative, influential projects and organisations, ranging across built environment (Arup, Future Cities Catapult), education and research (Fabrica), government (SITRA), and media (BBC, Monocle), each one transformed positively via digital technology and a holistic approach to design. He has lived and worked in UK, Australia, Finland and Italy. He is a visiting professor at The Bartlett School of Architecture in London and an adjunct professor at RMIT University in Melbourne and at UTS in Sydney. His design work has featured in UAE ‘Museum of the Future’, Dubai (2014, 2015), Istanbul Design Biennal (2012), ‘Habitar’ (Gijon, 2010), and ‘Remodelling Architecture’ (Sydney, 2009), as well as being regularly featured in global media. He is the author of “Dark Matter & Trojan Horses: A Strategic Design Vocabulary” (Strelka Press, 2012), as well as numerous pieces for other books, journals, magazines and websites. He has produced the groundbreaking and highly influential weblog City of Sound since 2001.