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Event Details


August 21


15:00 CEST





Design for Good Discussion Panel.

The Design for Good Discussion is set to be an inspiring and insightful event that sets the tone for the week ahead.


Introduction to the Initiative

Get ready to embark on a journey of innovation and positive change as we present the core principles behind Design for Tomorrow. Discover how we aim to harness the power of design to address crucial challenges and create a brighter future for all.

Thought-Provoking Panel Discussions

We are honored to welcome our esteemed panelists.

Carla Traini Director of Design of the Netherlands design team at frog, and Chairman and Board Member of IxDA Netherlands, Carla is at the forefront of shaping innovative design solutions that truly make a difference.

Don Norman on Humanity Centered Design and his new book Design for a Better World.

Koert Bakker Head of Experience Strategy & Insights at PwC Experience Center, who was instrumental in making the Design for Good January event happen and who can be credited for planting the seed for the #DesignForTomorrow Initiative.

Robert Kozma, renowned author of Make the World a Better Place: Design with Passion, Purpose, and Values.

Sean Carney, an influential figure from the Design for Good Non Profit. Their expertise and insights are sure to leave a lasting impact.

Trine Falbe founder of the Ethical Design Network and her dedicated mission to make design more ethical.

Social Equity and Inclusivity

Designing solutions that promote equal access and opportunities for all, regardless of background or abilities.

Sustainable Practices

Embracing eco-conscious design strategies to minimize environmental impact and promote a greener future.

Human-Centered Design

Putting the needs, aspirations, and experiences of users at the heart of the design process.

Empowering Communities

Utilizing design to uplift communities, foster self-sufficiency, and create positive change at the grassroots level.

Accessible Design

Ensuring that products, services, and spaces are accessible and usable by all individuals.

Ethical Design

Upholding moral principles and avoiding designs that harm, manipulate, or exploit users.

Design for Health and Well-being

Crafting environments and products that contribute to physical and mental well-being.

Educational Innovations

Using design to transform educational experiences and empower the next generation of learners.

Crisis Response and Humanitarian Aid

Harnessing design to address humanitarian crises and support relief efforts.

Cultural Preservation

Celebrating and preserving diverse cultural identities through design that respects traditions and heritage.

Remember to use the hashtag #DesignForTomorrow when sharing your event experience on social media!

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

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Design for Good Opening Ceremony and Discussion

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