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Design Infidelity: Alternative Methods for Thinking and Acting
Access and Inclusion
- Experiment with techniques borrowed from fields as varied as journalism, software engineering, mathematics, anthropology, art theory, biology, linguistics and law
- Discover and adapt these techniques into your own process
- Explore the unique ways you influence and affect design, participate in process, and recognise valuable insight
- Investigate and form new rules and ethics for understanding people
- Create knowledge and build tools to implement learnings together
The activities focus on thinking and are not discipline-specific, so are accessible for designers (and those who work with them) of all kinds and experience levels, including students.
All materials and learning guides are supplied (including all important snacks, thanks to Harvest Box) and each participant will leave with artefacts of their own personal design approach.
The workshop is led by Bonnie Abbott of Double Days: an experimental, research-led design partnership co-located in Melbourne and London.
This venue has been generously provided by our sponsor, Spaces.