A three hour focused meeting and briefing only for Senior Executives on Strategic Design and Innovation.
Explore design ideas, opportunities, visions and practices for relating and uncovering how design can engage with organisational worlds.
Learn how to work with a systems approach, human-centred. The design areas are often interconnected and labelled as per: Interaction Design, Experience Design, Service Design, Scenario Design, Concept Design, Communication Design and Strategic Design. And there is of course 'Design Thinking'.
Gain hands on experience making product concepts and build prototypes. We will translate insights and patterns into customer scenarios embodied by personas. Learn to revisit design principles to ground UX action plan.
QGLUE's Designer in Residence.
Principal at Architempo, active as Creative Director, UX Strategist and Interaction Designer
Vice President of IxDA, Interaction Design Association.
Visiting professor in design schools and MBA programs, including the Institut Paul Bocuse, launched by 3* Michelin chef Bocuse in Lyon, France, providing world-class excellence in hospitality management.
Launched PechaKucha Night in Brussels in 2007 and is a regular
speaker in international conferences/events.
Leading design teams of publishing companies in Belgium and France (Casterman, the publisher of 'Adventures of Tintin'; groupe Flammarion), he then got involved in R&D programs to explore storytelling with technologies, AR & VR installations for museums and public places.
Launched Architempo to explore the multiple dimensions of design: from interaction design to exhibitions (red dot design museum, St-Etienne Design Biennale), interventions and conferences (chair of Interaction14 in Amsterdam).
Conceived and published 'Satyajit Ray at 70' in 1991, with exhibitions in Cannes Film Festival, London, Paris, Nantes.
Alok Nandi was a Japan Foundation Fellow in 1996, working on Japanese movies. He also co-produced a feature-length documentary on/in Mongolia screened in 45+ international festivals and 25+ TV channels.