Thursday, 11 May 2017 from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM
Huddle – Level 6 90 William St Melbourne, VIC 3000
SDM, academics and key practitioners are partnering to host a series of small and intimiate discussions dedicated to design and ethics.
Together, we hope to foster productive and provocative discussions along the following questions:
If service design aims to have bigger impact in scale and value for companies and public services, what responsibility are designers taking when changing and intervening in people’s lives and futures? What decisions are we implicated in? What are the values that underpin the outcomes we design for, and how are we accounting other people’s values that differ from our own? What does ‘human-centred design’ really mean in this context? How might we create space for diversity, so that we can make conscious decisions about our collective futures?
We welcome participation by anyone who is willing and passionate in contributing to discussions on design and ethics.
The May event is curated by Melis Senova (co-founder of Huddle) and drawing upon her recently launched book, This is human, she will guide the group discussion on ‘having clarity about why you do what you do, acting with intention and connecting to purpose.’
Please note, capacity is limited so please only RSVP if you can definitely attend.
Tags: Design & Ethics Series