Sayali is a systems & service designer who helps organizations leverage opportunities, tackle complex problems, and systemically scale their ability to create value by delivering future-resilient solutions.
Sayali has worked across sectors ranging from education technology, healthcare, citizen protection, justice, public transport, urban development, and humanitarian crisis response. She uses a multidisciplinary approach to design planet and human-centered future services and help transform businesses to deliver holistic, meaningful experiences. Her work focuses on solving complex, systemic problems in private and public sectors to build innovative and future-resilient enterprises and create a positive social impact. Currently based in London, she has worked with clients across the globe, from Mumbai, India to Utrecht, Netherlands.
"Design is in everything we make, but it's also between those things. It's a mix of craft, science, storytelling, propaganda, and philosophy." - Erik Adigard
Sayali believes design is ubiquitous. Empathy, equity and inclusion are at the core of her practice. She applies multidisciplinary methodologies to unravel complex systems and create solutions that transform human experiences & business outcomes by choreographing the processes, technologies and interactions of service delivery.
Our proposition for incorporating the role of a "Shared-Experience Mentor" (SEM) within the staffing structure of Oasis Restore is a crucial step towards implementing effective justice reform.
The plan carefully outlines the guidelines for hiring SEMs, their responsibilities, and the tools that will be provided to the children in the facility. By providing these children with a mentor who understands them and can build positive relationships with them, we believe that we can significantly decrease the likelihood of reoffending.