July 21 WREN HALL 18:00 - 19:30
DISCUSSION: DESIGN THINKING IN THE CITY. POINTS OF APPLICATION
The wide range of needs and desires of metropolitan citizens is often a driver for the creation of new products and services, be it a snug living room chair, service selling used items, or pedestrian route design. Interest in user scenarios helps bring about new concept development strategies and improvements to the existing implementation technologies. If a product or service is not people-oriented, it will hardly ever have a positive user experience, and therefore won’t bring any income to its creators. How do products and services change the meaning and shape of a space? How do we master collaborative design? And why is it so crucial to comprehend the feelings, movements and actions of others?