Design graduates, emerging professionals, and those with some training/working knowledge of design-related processes will gain most. Accessible to all design disciplines.
This workshop represents one of the core frameworks within Design Infidelity. Through a series of quick, challenging activities, it looks at the ways we understand ourselves as designers and helps us acknowledge the ways we impact processes and projects.
Primarily for students or recent graduates of a design-focused course. It is also a good introduction to collaborative, human-centred working practices for non-designers newly entering the design thinking field. It presumes little (if any) commercial experience.
FREE DISCUSSION: Do you follow strict frameworks, or do you like to mix methods up? Are you driven by intuition or by a proven formula? How do you recognise a good idea, and what led you to it?
How do you understand what a 'design process' is?