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#DesignForTomorrow - Design for Life with Cecilia Brenner

#DesignForTomorrow - Design for Life with Cecilia Brenner

Cecilia is an Experience Design Director with over 25 years of international experience in UX design. She currently holds a position at Philips as a people leader, serving a dynamic team of UX designers towards excellence. Beyond her corporate role, Cecilia passionately embraces her role as a mentor, extending support to fellow designers in their pursuit of effective leadership and skillful craftsmanship. Learn more about Cecilia: ____________________________________ In a world facing environmental challenges, it's crucial that we embrace a holistic approach to design that nurtures and regenerates the ecosystems around us. Designing for Life is a special presentation born from a year-long Design for Good journey that has explored the evolution from individual-focused design to community-centered collaboration and, most importantly, to a profound reverence for all living beings. Learn more about this event : --------------------------------------------------------- Design for Tomorrow This summer we are focusing on everything design can do for humanity. Initially this awareness week was planned for the Netherlands only, but we are already collaborating with connections in the US, UK, Brazil and India, and have now started reaching out to an international network of UX pros from every corner of the world. The theme spans the entire summer, but we are actively working on condensing as much as possible into one week, the week of the 21st of August for maximum impact. Well, that was the plan. But due to the amazing response from professionals, one week is not enough to contain all the events, and so now we have the Design for Tomorrow Awareness Initiative! Learn more : ---------------------------------------------------- Made possible by A. Design in Focus : B. Randstad UX : C: Sprintlab : Big thank you to Nadine Niehaus.
#DesignForTomorrow - Design for Good Panel Discussion

#DesignForTomorrow - Design for Good Panel Discussion

Design for Tomorrow Join us for the grand opening of the Design for Good Discussion, marking the exhilarating kickoff of the Awareness Week for the Design for Tomorrow Summer Initiative. The Design for Good Discussion is set to be an inspiring and insightful event that sets the tone for the week ahead. Lineup. 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. Learn more : ---------------------------------------------------- Made possible by A. Design in Focus : B. Randstad UX : C: Sprintlab : Big thank you to Nadine Niehaus.