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#DesignForTomorrow - Design for Life with Cecilia Brenner
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#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: https://www.designinfocus.org/design-for-tomorrow-presenters/cecilia-brenner ____________________________________ 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 : https://www.designinfocus.org/design-for-tomorrow-events/design-for-life --------------------------------------------------------- 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 : https://www.designinfocus.org/awareness-week-2023 ---------------------------------------------------- Made possible by A. Design in Focus : https://www.designinfocus.org/ B. Randstad UX : https://www.designinfocus.org/randstad-ux C: Sprintlab : https://www.sprintlab.agency/ Big thank you to Nadine Niehaus.
#DesignForTomorrow - Design for Good Panel Discussion
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#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 : https://www.designinfocus.org/design-for-tomorrow-events/design-for-good-opening-ceremony-and-discussion ---------------------------------------------------- Made possible by A. Design in Focus : https://www.designinfocus.org/ B. Randstad UX : https://www.designinfocus.org/randstad-ux C: Sprintlab : https://www.sprintlab.agency/ Big thank you to Nadine Niehaus.
Stephanie Wade on the value & impact of Innovation & Design in Government
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Stephanie Wade on the value & impact of Innovation & Design in Government

About Stephanie is an expert human-centered designer, strategist, keynote speaker, teacher, and change-maker working to build a better world. Prior to starting Ascendant, Stephanie oversaw a $65M portfolio of innovation programs around the world at Bloomberg Philanthropies, served as the Director of the first design Innovation Lab in the U.S. Federal Government (Lab@OPM), and helped build Booz Allen Hamilton's human-centered design practice. Stephanie has diverse experience building impact through program, service, and UX design-based innovation projects in the public, private, and non-profit sectors, has helped build a culture of innovation in multiple organizations, and led the development and delivery of human-centered design and equity-centered innovation curriculum and training to over 7,500 public sector staff in national and local governments around the world. She also serves as an executive coach to organizational leaders. She is an adjunct faculty member at IIT's Institute of Design and a frequent guest lecturer at leading academic institutions including Harvard University, Columbia University, Duke University, and Cornell Tech University. She holds a Masters Degree in Public Policy from Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government, a Practitioner's Certificate in Design Thinking from the Austin Center for Design, and a Bachelor's Degree from Boston College in Sociology and Studio Arts. Learn more: https://www.designinfocus.org/participants/stephanie-wade
#DesignForTomorrow - Building products & services that afford better experiences for learners
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#DesignForTomorrow - Building products & services that afford better experiences for learners

In today's dynamic landscape, embracing the spirit of learning has become an imperative, especially as we find ourselves amidst the transformative wave of the 4th industrial revolution. The world is evolving at an unprecedented pace, intricately weaving intricate patterns of change. In this context, education emerges as a pivotal force, shaping not just individuals, but entire communities, and upholding the principles of equity and progress. Join us for an event that spotlights the essence of learning and its profound impact on our evolving world. While our focus is firmly rooted in the significance of learning experiences, we're excited to introduce you to a remarkable individual who has dedicated decades to unraveling the intricate layers of design, strategy, and innovation across diverse industries and user landscapes. Catherine, an accomplished professional, brings an extraordinary wealth of expertise that spans across realms of UX, CX, product and service design, strategy, and digital marketing. With a career enlivened on two continents, the United Kingdom and Australia, Catherine's journey has been marked by a continuous exploration of the symbiotic relationship between learning and growth. At her current role, she leads the charge in experience design and research at Pluralsight, one of the guiding forces behind SAAS education and technology. Situated within a globally dispersed product and technology team, Catherine's endeavors have transcended mere roles; they've become a testament to the synergies between learning and innovation. Her ventures have transcended geographical boundaries, influencing not only her team but also resonating with audiences across events like UX Copenhagen 2023, APAC-based gatherings, and conferences that champion Lean Agile and Systems Thinking. But this event isn't just about Catherine; it's about the paramount role of learning in our ever-shifting world. It's about acknowledging the ripple effects of learning experiences, not only on individuals but entire cohorts and organizations. From the realms of design and engineering to the ethereal domains of cloud, data, security, and AI, learning is the unifying thread that stitches together progress and transformation. Delve into the realm of education as an equity issue, and let's collectively unravel its potential to bridge gaps and ignite change. Beyond individual accomplishment, the power of learning fosters a sense of togetherness, propelling communities towards brighter horizons. So, mark your calendar and be part of an event that magnifies the transformative force of learning. Together, we'll explore the vistas of education, growth, and equity, and embark on a journey to shape a future where knowledge knows no bounds.
Ladies that UX x RANDSTAD UX Design for Good : AI & Ethics Interactive Discussion
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Ladies that UX x RANDSTAD UX Design for Good : AI & Ethics Interactive Discussion

RANDSTAD UX January 2023, hosted at PwC Experience Center Amsterdam https://www.designinfocus.org/randstad-ux-collabs/january-2023 Panelists: Marieke Peeters - https://www.designinfocus.org/randstad-ux-collabs/marieke-peeters Koert Bakker - https://www.designinfocus.org/randstad-ux-collabs/koert-bakker Cecilia Scolaro - https://www.designinfocus.org/randstad-ux-collabs/cecilia-scolaro Hans van Dam - https://www.linkedin.com/in/hans-van-dam-b5aa7428? Moderator : Claudia Muller - https://www.designinfocus.org/randstad-ux-collabs/claudia-m%C3%BCller We've done what we could to salvage the recording after our equipment failed us during last weeks' event. The audio is not fantastic, but conversation is exceptional. In case you missed it, Ladies that UX x RANDSTAD UX - Design for Good : Ethics & AI Interactive discussion panel was our event for this month that was hosted at PwC Experience Center in Amsterdam. The fabulous panel, including Hans van Dam, Marieke Peeters, Koert Bakker & Cecilia Scolaro, did a great job in discussing topics of the utmost importance for UX Designers in 2023 including the responsibility and impact of our work, how AI will affect us as professionals and the work we deliver, & other important trends and opportunities. This event was made possible through collaboration between us, RANDSTAD UX HQ UX, and Ladies that UX Amsterdam and supported by PwC Experience Center Amsterdam who provided a venue with drinks and cold snacks to start and warm snacks to end. A cold Amsterdam winters evening warmed by our gracious hosts, the wonderful energy of our panelists, and the curious and dedicated professionals who attended, and those who worked on the project. Thank you Claudia Müller, Sebastian Franco-Martin, & Niki Volonasi additionally for your efforts to making this happen. #Randstad #UX #RandstadUX #LadiesthatUXAmsterdam #PwC #ExperienceConsulting #Ethics #AI #DesignforGood #Amsterdam #Professional #Network #Community #Event Coordinator : Candice Storm - https://www.designinfocus.org/participants/candice-storm
#DesignForTomorrow   Facilitating change with Nadine Niehaus
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#DesignForTomorrow Facilitating change with Nadine Niehaus

Nadine Niehaus Founder and workshop facilitator @ Sprint Lab As an individual who's consistently been attuned to the various challenges in the world, from issues like inequality and wars to the pressing matter of climate change, the average news story never fails to touch Nadine's heart. Due to this, there's a strong aspiration to contribute to a more positive and beautiful world, one filled with love rather than hate. This longing has been the driving force behind the establishment of Sprint Lab in Nadine's journey. Learn more about Nadine : https://www.designinfocus.org/design-for-tomorrow-presenters/nadine-niehaus ---------------------------------- Design for Tomorrow Summer 2023 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 Weeks! Learn more : https://www.designinfocus.org/awareness-week-2023 ---------------------------------------------------- Made possible by A. Design in Focus : https://www.designinfocus.org/ B. Randstad UX : https://www.designinfocus.org/randstad-ux C: Sprintlab : https://www.sprintlab.agency/ Big thank you to Nadine Niehaus.
Candice Storm Introducing Design in Focus Experience page on CID Creativity Innovation Design
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Candice Storm Introducing Design in Focus Experience page on CID Creativity Innovation Design

Look around you. Start by seeing what is in your direct vicinity, chances are you have a couple of pieces of furniture around, some clothes, the device you are using to see this, now look a little beyond, look at the walls that surround you, the faucets and like systems. If I were to bet that at least 90% of what you see has been created, innovated and or designed, would I win the bet? That’s just what you see directly, what lies beneath and beyond, on other levels you will find CID in the greater majority also. You do not for example see the factory where the bricks of your home were produced, the equipment, the processes, the interactions. None of which would be possible without CID influence. That which gives us the most power as a collective started through simple creations. Scribbles on cave walls. Who cares what cave men did? Well, those scribbles evolved into recognizable symbols which we use to exploit our intelligence to its full capacity. If we did not have the written word, would we be able to create all that is in our environments as is? Yes, it may be undeniable that we cause havoc and destroy a lot with our inventions, but comparative to your existential state, just how valuable do you find your waste disposal systems, transportation, accommodation, clothing and even food? If you were to produce just half of what enables you to enjoy life, would you be able to? Do you know how to make a cellular phone, a car, a home? Could you mine the raw materials, process it into usable products, then construct what ever it is that you want? You could build a home, maybe some form of transportation, but a cellphone? And that’s just the basics. How about business? Aside from the obvious relating to the previous sentence, would marketeers be able to sell without creative persuasion? Would the economy exist on the scale it does without all that is creating demand? Would you be able to sell a pair of shoes that cost less than $1 to make for $240, large companies be able to function without the tools and equipment they use? What makes someone fork out a couple of thousand dollars for a Tesla when they could as well use a bicycle costing only a fraction of the price (in city life)? Money is not necessarily easy to come by, and yet many give it away in exchange for ephemeral pleasures and experiences. Hi, I’m Candice Storm, a South African born experience designer living in Amsterdam, a city buzzing with CID from Art to Technology in all areas of business and society. In the following sessions I will be exploring the true value and worth of CID. Aside from interviews and talks, I will also be creating multimedia here on my experience page with which I wish to bring you along as I try to find ways to demonstrate the value and impact of creativity, innovation and design. Visit my Experience Portal to learn more : https://www.designinfocus.org/participants/candice-storm
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#DesignforTomorrow - Playfulness as a Tool to boost Design Thinking & Ideas Generation- Carla Traini
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#DesignforTomorrow - Playfulness as a Tool to boost Design Thinking & Ideas Generation- Carla Traini

Embrace Playfulness: Ignite Your Design Thinking and Unleash Creative Genius Discover the transformative power of playfulness in design as Carla, a visionary design expert, takes the stage to explore "The Role of Playfulness as a Tool to Boost Design Thinking and Ideas Generation." This inspiring talk is your gateway to unlocking boundless creativity and elevating your design process to new heights. Learn more : https://www.designinfocus.org/design-for-tomorrow-events/the-role-of-playfulness-as-a-tool-to-boost-design-thinking-and-ideas-generation ---------------------------------------------- Carla Traini Design mentor | Experience Designer | Director of Design - frog Nederland Carla is a Communication Designer with a curious mind and a passion for cultural diversity. She brings a unique perspective to her work. As Director of Design of the Netherlands design team at frog, a global human-centered design consultancy, Carla is at the forefront of shaping innovative design solutions that truly make a difference. Learn more : https://www.designinfocus.org//design-for-tomorrow-presenters/carla-traini ---------------------------------------------- Design for Tomorrow Summer 2023 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 Weeks! Learn more : https://www.designinfocus.org/awareness-week-2023 ---------------------------------------------------- Made possible by A. Design in Focus : https://www.designinfocus.org/ B. Randstad UX : https://www.designinfocus.org/randstad-ux C: Sprintlab : https://www.sprintlab.agency/ Big thank you to Nadine Niehaus.
RUX MO October with Angela Madsenn
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RUX MO October with Angela Madsenn

Ang Madsen Information architect and UX'er Learn more : https://www.designinfocus.org/randstad-ux-collabs/ang-madsen ------------------------------------------------ Contextualizing Cognitive Behavior Environment Shell in Angela Madsen's Who-ness Model Are you curious about cutting-edge developments in cognitive behavior modeling? Do you want to explore a holistic, adaptable, and functional approach to understanding human behavior? Join us for an thought provoking event where we dive deep into Angela Madsen's "Who-ness" model! Introducing the Who-ness Model: Get ready to discover the first shell of a model of cognitive behavior meticulously designed to be holistic, variable, fungible, and functional across a broad range of applications. Angela Madsen's approach to understanding human behavior will leave you inspired and intrigued. Conceptualizing the Human Experience: Explore how the Who-ness model is uniquely tailored to encompass the full breadth of our human experience. Gain insights into how this approach considers the intricate web of factors that shape our behavior, providing a more comprehensive understanding. Complexity and Wholeness: Each shell/nested node within the Who-ness model represents a complexity in its own right. While these components are chunked for ease of cognitive processing, they are ultimately intended to function as an integrated whole. Discover how this interconnectedness is revolutionizing the way we perceive cognitive behavior. This event is brought to you by R'UX as a free community offering. Join fellow enthusiasts, professionals, and learners in a dynamic and inclusive environment to discuss, question, and collaborate on this exciting new paradigm in cognitive behavior modeling. Come and be a part of the journey to unravel the complexities of human cognition and behavior. Mark your calendar, invite your networks, and get ready for an engaging and thought-provoking evening at the intersection of psychology, technology, and the human experience!
#DesignForTomorrow - Design with Care - Alex Bilstein & Jason Rutherford
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#DesignForTomorrow - Design with Care - Alex Bilstein & Jason Rutherford

Design with Care The good, the bad, and the ugly working as a UX designer in healthcare In the rapidly evolving landscape of healthcare user experience (UX) design, striking the balance between innovation and patient-centricity is an art that requires a deep understanding of the industry's unique challenges. Join us for a stimulating conversation, "Design with Care: The good, the bad, and the ugly as a UX designer in healthcare," where two seasoned industry experts, Alex Bilstein and Jason Rutherford, will share their combined 20+ years of insights and experiences. There will also be time for Q&A at the end. The Good: Celebrating Patient-Centric Triumphs Discover positive stories where UX design has made a profound impact on patient care, creating streamlined experiences that enhance engagement, empower users, and contribute to positive health outcomes. Alex and Jason will share real-world experiences that highlight the power of empathetic design. The Bad: Navigating Complex Challenges Healthcare presents a labyrinth of regulatory hurdles, data privacy concerns, and interoperability challenges that can confound even the most seasoned UX designers. Our speakers will candidly discuss the pitfalls they've encountered, sharing cautionary tales of projects that went astray due to misaligned priorities, inadequate research, or underestimating the human element in healthcare technology. The Ugly: Lessons from Setbacks and Failures Failure is often the most potent teacher. Alex and Jason will bravely unveil instances where their designs faced unexpected roadblocks, providing invaluable insights into how the healthcare UX landscape can be unforgiving and unpredictable. By exploring these less glamorous moments, attendees will gain a deep appreciation for the resilience and adaptability demanded of healthcare UX professionals. ------------------------------- Speakers Alex Bilstein Alex is an experienced UX professional who has been designing, building, and shipping digital solutions for almost twenty years. For the past decade, he’s focused on improving the healthcare experience by leading cross-functional teams and delivering human-centered solutions at companies ranging from small startups to large enterprises. Now he’s reimagining blood testing with the BetterWay team at Babson Diagnostics, and building a community for UX designers working in healthcare at Design with Care. Jason Rutherford Jason’s career as a designer spans more than two decades. A trained artist, Jason gravitated towards digital design early in his career and then discovered his calling as a user experience designer. Today, as Senior Principal UX Designer at Optum, he is leading design efforts across numerous teams supporting a diverse body of users in the healthcare domain.

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