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The practice of design has gone through a journey of constant evolution in many (un)predictable ways. To be able to correspond to ever-changing societal demands through time and space, design broadly went from the object/product-centered design to human-centered design, UX, UI, and service design. We are now foreseeing an urgent need to shift towards life-centered design 🍃.
Transitioning to a regenerative design approach is the only way if we are to respond to existing social and environmental needs. Join us for part 2 of this free 2-part workshop, taking place November 17th at 18:00H CET📍
📌 Part 2 will be based on the results of the previous cycle. We will then take a more hands-on approach and cover:
– Systems map of the challenges addressed
– Definition of the research objectives
– Creation of the guidelines for a semi-structured interview
– Learning to ask the right questions to get to the right answers for the creation of integral solutions.
👩 // This workshop will be led by the amazing Laura Korčulanin
Laura Korčulanin is a pioneer design anthropologist, systems creator, and environmental advocate specializing in human-centered design and life-centered methodologies. Her strong passion for water and systemic changes culminated in her founding the Give a Shit project which focuses on integrated urban water management and ecological sanitation. She has broad international experience with over 12 years of successful consulting as a UX researcher and ethnographer, and over 5 years of teaching at the university level. Her work varies from the lead researcher, business and industry consultant, and a professor collaborating with decision-making bodies and academia – always aiming for holistic and life-centered regenerative solutions. She is currently finishing her Ph.D. in sustainable design and passionately dancing her triggers off with 5 rhythms practice!