Human-centred Design to do Good
Work with design experts, challenge the existing, break the rules, let your imagination go wild!
Go home with a prototype of your design.
A unique programme that will introduce you to human-centred product design concept and how this approach can be used to create innovative and effective product solutions for social change.
This has been especially designed for tweens & early teens who have passion for innovation and helping others. So if you are between 12-15yrs old and design excites you, come and make someone's life better!
The trainer, Diana Albarrán González, has more than 13 years of Design experience in Mexico, Spain, Japan and Singapore. She worked in Design education from 2008 to 2011 teaching courses like Creativity, Strategic Design and Management and Design Foundations. She is founder of Out of the Box Thinking.
And the 3 young innovators on the e-flyer?
When Shubham Banderjee was 12 years old, he closed an early-stage funding round with Intel Capital for his prototype for a low-cost Braille printer.
14 year old, Elif Bilgin, turned banana peel into plastic and won the Science in Action Award at the Google Science Fair in 2013. Her process is so simple it can be replicated at home.
Last year, Eesha Khare aged 18 won the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair for her energy storage device that is small, durable and efficient. Her invention can help our day to day lives and activities become a little bit greener.
For further enquiries, contact: email@example.com or call 6339 6453 or 9178 6553.
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9:00 AM - 1:00 PM SGT
Standard $240.00 Early Bird $199.00 My Buddy and Me $445.00 My Buddy and Me Early Bird $325.00
On sale until Nov 25, 2014, 7:00:00 PM
- Venue Address
- Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD), 20 Dover Drive, Singapore 138682 Singapore
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