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Designing Desirable Futures
An Intro to Futures Thinking
ABOUT THIS WORKSHOP
“Are we arranging deck chairs on the Titanic?”
When organisations use design thinking as an approach to innovation, how far ahead are they really looking? Are there larger opportunities and risks of the longer term future that might be overlooked?
As a one-off special in conjunction with Singapore Design Week, Studio Dojo is offering a full-day experiential workshop to introduce how the field of futures thinking could enable individuals and organisations to thrive in an increasingly complex world.
In this experiential workshop, get a taste of a futures thinking process by reflecting on what could your work look like in the year 2100.
Embark on a guided journey to explore why you think of the future the way you do, what are other possibilities, and how could such reflections be useful alongside design processes.
What you can expect
- A taster of some aspects of the futures thinking process
- An introduction to key mindsets
- A discussion of how design and futures thinking could intertwine
- Resources to support your journey
ABOUT THE TRAINER
Hong Khai Seng
FOUNDER & DIRECTOR, STUDIO DOJO
Khai Seng first started out in the design field in 2004. Throughout his career, he has not only helped to design large-scale digital systems, but also facilitated numerous training programmes for C-suite executives and working professionals to drive cultural change within organisations around design and innovation.
Prior to starting Studio Dojo, Khai Seng was formerly the Head of Singapore for Foolproof, a UK-based experience design agency. Education is also close to his heart, having developed curriculum and taught anthropological studies, interaction design, experience design and design thinking in Republic Polytechnic and Singapore Institute of Technology.
Dates & Time
23 Sep 2022
9AM to 6PM
21 Bedok North Street 1
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Full-day, In-person Workshop
Standard Ticket: S$240
18 Aug (Thu) to 19 Sep (Mon)
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