Bauhaus 4.0 meets Design Thinking & User-Centered Design

Design as strategy and method

Author: Sebastian Schubmehl

Bauhaus 4.0 meets Design Thinking & User-Centered Design: Holistic, interdisciplinary, iterative, empathetic. What can we learn from the Bauhaus? How can Design Thinking and User Centered Design help to solve today’s challenges? How can German design regain international recognition and make an impact as a relevant part of “Made in Germany?” Isn’t the German longing for ethics and morality helpful here? To what extent can design help to balance social and economic requirements? And isn’t good design user-centered anyway?

At the panel discussion on September 17th, 2019 in Berlin we will discuss the role and potential of design as a strategy and method in times of digitalisation in a pointed and provocative way. Among others with Lutz Engelke, Ralph Habich and UlrichWeinberg—as well as Helmut Ness as Special Guest. The moderation will be led by Boris Kochan and Ulrich Müller, the greeting will be given by Victoria Ringleb, Managing Director of AGD. The host is the AGD (Alliance of German Designers.)

Tickets cost 8.– € and are available here.

When?
Tuesday, September 17th, 2019
6:30 p.m.

Where?
In the paperwarehouse of the E. Michaelis & Co. GmbH & Co. KG
Tabbertstraße 18
12459 Berlin

 

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