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Unlocking the Power of Design Governance Discussion Panel


Design Thinking has emerged as a powerful catalyst for innovation, and an increasing number of companies are embracing its transformative potential. But amidst the recognition of its remarkable results and value, a concerning trend arises - the actual designers themselves are often not empowered to drive change. Join our thought-provoking discussion panel, "Design Governance," where we address the critical need to enable and empower design professionals to lead the way and set ethical standards in their practice.


Embracing Design Thinking: A Widespread Adoption

Design Thinking has become a driving force behind innovation, propelling businesses to think more empathetically and customer-focused. More and more companies are recognizing the value of human-centered design, applying it across various industries to create meaningful solutions and remarkable user experiences. In our panel, we'll explore the positive impact of adopting Design Thinking and how it is reshaping industries for a better tomorrow


Empowering Designers for Real Change

Despite the recognition of Design Thinking's potential, it is disheartening to observe that designers themselves are often not empowered within organizations. We'll delve into this paradox, seeking solutions to bridge the gap between design strategy and design execution. Let's uncover ways to empower designers to have a stronger voice in shaping projects, strategies, and decisions, thereby maximizing the true value of Design Thinking


The Importance of Design Governance

As design professionals, we hold a great responsibility to wield our creative skills ethically and responsibly. Our discussion panel will emphasize the significance of ethical design governance, advocating for the responsible use of design techniques. We'll address the concerning use of dark patterns and manipulative tactics disguised as design choices, highlighting the need to set clear standards and championing transparency and user-centricity.




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All online events were made possible by a donation from Nadine Niehaus of Sprintlab





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