How to Interact for a Better Future?
d>link 01, the first evening event out of a series of so-called design links is hosted to Fiona Raby (UK) and Barry M. Katz (USA).
Fiona Raby is partner in the design partnership Dunne & Raby London, internationally renowned for their future-scenario-based design work. Fiona Raby is professor of industrial design at the University of Applied Arts, Vienna, and a reader in Design Interactions at the Royal College of Art, London. > dunneandraby.co.uk
Barry M. Katz is professor of design at the California College of the Arts, Oakland/San Francisco, Consulting professor of mechanical engineering in the Design Division at Stanford University, and Fellow at IDEO, one of Silicon Valley's leading design and innovation consultancies. He has co-authored, with Tim Brown, Change By Design (2009). > ideo.com
In five evenings events all in all, personalities from the areas of design, the economy , and research from all over the worls will be entering into a dialogue with the local creative community. Brief keynote statements will be followed by a discussion of methods and strategies before the panel opens into a broad Questions & Answers knowledge market.
Part of "design>new strategies", a cooperation between departure and the MAK.
d>link.01 How to Interact for a Better Future? (in English): Tuesday May 15th, 2012, 7.30 p.m., MAK Lecture Hall
d>link.02 How Social Innovations Nurtures Technological Innovation and Sustainable Growth? (in English): Tuesday June 19th, 2012, 8 p.m., MAK Lecture Hall
d>link.03 How to Use New Strategies of Design for Future Welfare? (in English): Tuesday September 18th 2012, 8 p.m., MAK Lecture Hall
d>link.04 How to bring New Values into Design? (in English): Tuesday October 9th,2012, 8 p.m., MAK Lecture Hall
d>link.05 How Can Vienna Benefit from Eindhoven's Design Success? (in English): Tuesday October 23rd, 2012, 8p.m., MAK Lecture Hall