Did you miss Innovation for all 2010? Here is another chance! All the presentations were filmed and you have the possibility to see both the presentations and the lectures here.
Be inspired and learn from world class speakers from business, design studios, education and centers of excellences from around the globe on the theme of people centered and inclusive design.
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During the seminar internationally acclaimed speakers, facilitators and moderators did their best in sharing insights into the theme of people-centered design.
Business Breakfast - Talking heads
Moderator: Jeremy Myerson
Presentations and panel discussion with Toru Abe (Panasonic), Katinka von der Lippe (TH!NK), Francois Lenfant (GE Healthcare) and Sean Donahue (Art Center College of Design in Pasadena)
Inclusive Design and housing in practice, How to meet new requirements in legislations for inclusive buildings in Norway/EU, The benefits of Universal Design
Moderator: Fionnuala Rogerson, International Union of Architects (Ireland)
Presenters: Tone Rønnevig (BE), Morten Longum (Skanska Bolig) and Marius Espnes Landheim (Universell Utfoming AS)
Explore the impact of inclusive design methodologies on the workplace as four generations now inhabit the same office space and Scandinavia's service economy makes growing demands on workplace design
During the conference four teams of designers were assigned the task of designing an inclusive product or service. The project had to be submitted within the space of 24 hours, taking as its basis the needs of a creative partner in each group who represented user needs through being in some way or another - differently abled.
Challenge Facilitator: Julia Cassim (RCA Helen Hamlyn Centre)
PUBLISERT 26.05.2010 15:58