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.
A 3-hour knowledge-creation session for people interested in how detail impacts projects and processes — designers and non-designers alike.
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?