This is the final 50 of years line up of the people in #ukhousing that have the most digital influence within the sector.
Nominations were made for people by people, with their influence also measured using Klout and PeerIndex.
Paul TaylorInnovation Labs. Service Design. Social Innovation
2. During May , Paul Taylor and Shirley
Ayres asked people with an interest in
the housing sector to nominate people
they regarded as digital influencers.
As well as votes we took into
consideration influence measures
PeerIndex and Klout and also online
contributions through blogs and
This is a list celebrating the diversity of
people with an interest in housing who
are using social media to connect ,
inspire and challenge.
This represents the new world of
Wales has developed so many strong
social voices it could have had its own
Brett Sadler emerged as the peoples
choice for his enthusiastic support for
the power of social to connect people
58. Rising Star
The beauty of online influence is that
anyone can become a power player.
Michala Rudman made a huge splash on
social media this year and impressed a
lot of people with her involvement with
Thames Valley Homes has emerged
as a leader in the development of
user focused technology.
The development of MyTVH – the
online portal for residents – has been
part of an integrated digital
transformation rather than a digital
Jayne has generously shared her
learning from the project.
You must have been on Mars if you
missed the @CommsHero
Asif and the guys at Resource have
proved consistently inventive in their
use of social media to enhance offline
Asif has shaken up the tired old world of
housing comms – and it’s unlikely to
ever be the same again.
61. Social Media
In a year when housing finally woke up
to the power of online campaigns the
runaway winner was Adrian Capon for
starting it all – with #HousingDay
Under the stewardship of Matt , HACT
has emerged as the Innovation ‘Think
Tank’ of #UKHousing.
The sector has finally begun to realise
the power of data to reshape services
and that’s largely down to Matt.
He also capped the year off with
HouseParty – a genuinely disruptive
event for Generation C.
63. Thanks to everyone who took part
We’ll be back next year with
The Top 3 – John Popham , Helen Reynolds and Nick Atkin