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Beyond Design Thinking: Design co-creation methods with Raul Sarrot

Friday 26th July 2019
9am – 12.30pm

Ellen Melville Centre, Eleitino (Paddy) Walker Room
2 Freyberg Place, Auckland Central

$350 +GST Professional / $250 +GST Design Assembly Friend / $100 +GST DA Student Friends

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What is the best way to deeply engage with your clients to better understand challenges and opportunities?

In this workshop with Raul Sarrot from Fresh Fish, we will explore how we could complement Design Thinking with other co-creation techniques to work alongside your client and deeply understand problems and to come up with game-changing solutions.

Topics we will work on include:

• Ideal ecosystems for creativity
• Understanding the root of the human problem
• Igniting co-creation in collaborative teams.
• Flowing through barriers to innovation
• Prototyping as a way of thinking.


About the Facilitator

Raul Sarrot

Raul Sarrot is a multi-disciplinary designer, strategist, design thinking coach, educator and researcher. His international experience has been forged over 25 years working alongside a wide range of commercial and not-for-profit enterprises in Asia Pacific, South America and Europe. Raul is the Director and Founder of Freshfish, his boutique studio specialised in strategy, branding and innovation and also leads CO, a global collective platform for co-creation and innovation. Raul has been a member of the AUT Communication Design Advisory Committee for the last 13 years (which he also chaired for 3 years) and is a part time Senior Lecturer in a variety of design-related papers both in the AUT Communication Design Department and in the AUT Business School.


Details

Date:
July 26
Time:
9:00 am - 12:30 pm

Organizer

Design Assembly
Website:
www.designassembly.org.nz

Venue

Ellen Melville Centre
2 Freyberg Place
Auckland, 1000 New Zealand
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