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Oct 14: Lunch seminar - Leon Cruickshank "How to co-design with 2.000 people"

News: Sep 28, 2015

New Ways for Engagement and Social Innovation: Co-design with 2.000 people

Lunch seminar 14 October 12:30-13:30 with Leon Cruickshank, professor Imagination Lab Lancaster University – arranged by BDL and ADA Sweden.

Many super-creative people are not designers. This seminar presents an approach to design that seeks to create new, more effective forms of human-to-human interaction to help more people be more creative whatever their background or training.

BDL has invited Leon Cruickshank to a seminar at HDK to share his experience from a wide range of research and community projects ranging in scale from a co-design project with 2,000 people, to the citizen-led creation of new tools for engagement to a replacement for the post-it in group working. These are all connected to a program of research to design new approaches that allow people to be creative in their own way rather than trying to impose ‘designedly’ approaches on them. Key collaborators include local and national government, community groups, academics and designers. The interactive seminar will discuss how this approach can be adapted to contribute to business development as well in creative collaborations with the public sector and communities.

You bring your lunch (possible to buy something in the Café at HDK. Call Tamar (070-9926023) if you want to order a sandwich. Don’t forget cash – it goes quicker.

The seminar is free of charge but you need to register at: info@adasweden.se not later than 12 October (Limited number of people, so please register as soon as possible)

Date: Wednesday 14 October
Please note! New time: 12.30 - 13.30
Room: Hörsalen (Room 338), HDK


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