Jared has an interest in how people interact with others, and infrastructure in urban and transport environments. His background is in human factors and applied social psychology.
Jared provides solutions based on intelligent, evidence-based design to improve the safety, comfort and usability of complex environments. This starts with understanding what people need and what influences user satisfaction with infrastructure.
Jared strives to better understand human decision-making around home and neighbourhood liveability in a successful city. He is also interested in what drives behaviour in community responses to natural hazards.
Jared is experienced in establishing working partnerships with transport planners, economists, urban designers, civil engineers, and road safety specialists. He brings a multidisciplinary approach that integrates social research with engineering, policy planning and infrastructure development.