Melissa McCreery

Melissa is a Mechanical Engineer working in international development with Engineers Without Borders Australia, in Cambodia. She works in a Technical Support role within a local social enterprise, focused on the built environment and how it can encourage unity or segregation through certain design considerations.

Melissa McCreery

Handbook of Participatory Design for Appropriate Technology

October 2, 2018

Undertaking truly collaborative humanitarian technology development is really hard. Unexpected factors such as the type and order of activities,...

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Melissa McCreery

The Necessary Trade-Offs When Co-Designing New Technology

April 20, 2018

The co-design of new technology with communities has benefits and trade-offs. Our colleagues and we at Engineers Without Borders...

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