Seminar: Co-designing business models 17/4 kl. 10.30 – 12.00

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Ph.D studerende Sune Gudiksen besøger Co-design klyngen onsdag den 17. april kl. 10.30 – 12.00 for at fortælle om sine erfaringer med at co-designe business modeller. Alle er velkommen til at tage del i seminaret og diskutere nye potentialer indenfor co-design. Seminaret finder sted på Kunstakademiets Designskole, Bygning 90. Lokale 90. 3. 15. Velkommen.

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About Eva Brandt

Eva Brandt is Professor in Social Design at Design School Kolding since May 2019. Eva is scientific leader of the Lab for Social Design. The main part of her research is about how designers can stage open design processes (design labs based on participatory design/codesign) with many participants who both can inquire into existing practices and explore possible futures in common. She also contributes to theorizing about experimental design research driven by programs and experiments. She has been contributing to several books such as Design Spaces (IT Press, 2005), Rehearsing the Future (The Danish Design School Press, 2010), XLAB (The Danish Design School Press, 2011), Facilitating Change – Using Interactive Methods in Organizations, Communities and Networks (Polyteknisk Forlag, 2011), and Routledge International Handbook of Participatory Design (Routledge, 2013). Practice Based Design Reseach (2017). Ledelse og samskabelse i den offentlige sektor (2018). Eva has been chairing the Nordic Design Research Conference in 2013, and are chairing the Nordes 2021 too.

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