Saturday, November 18, 2017
 

Humanity-centered design

Aaron Sklar from IDEO talks about his panel at the upcoming Social Capital Markets (SOCAP09) conference in San Francisco. The workshop will is organised in partnership with GOOD and deals with the shift in design from human-cetered to humanity-centered approaches, where the design is not only focused on individuals but larger social groups. Humanity-centered design incorporates evaluation and feedback as an integral component of a process where validation of outcomes is essential. Humanity-centered design is also one the core ethos behind the surge of design-thinking discussions in business contexts. I look forward to the reports after the conference.

 

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