Tag : Design Thinking

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Budapest Sustainability Jam 2014- 48 hours to save the world

Budapest Sustainability Jam is a face-to-face, high-energy, global design event where you have 48 hours to save the world. It’s part of the Budapest Design Jams which is a series of events promoting service design and bringing together change makers in Budapest. It’s part of the movement of Global Sustainability Jam which is a worldwide non-profit creative event, where participants build prototype [...]

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DataDate – Urban Data Workshop at SAP AppHaus Budapest

In the middle of October, Inspiration4 and SAP Labs Hungary organized a workshop inviting developers, designers, researchers, students, entrepreneurs, and innovators to come together for a weekend to ask questions about open data, Budapest and new technologies. The idea of the workshop was based on Budapest Design JAM events
, a global movement initiated by Inspiration4 in [...]

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Datadate Budapest- The 48 hours urban data workshop

After the success of Budapest Design Jams we decided to go further. We were working hard with UX designers, Product Managers and DT coaches from SAP Hungary on a new concept… datadate is a 48 hours workshop for asking questions about open data in a world of decreasing cost of sensors and connectivity. The potential of the massive, ever growing big data is [...]

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Ambassadors of Human-Centered Design in Hungary

During the past years customer expectations and needs extremely changed related with products and services. It’s not enough anymore “only” provide a service, carefully designed customer experience is required. Let’s see what kind of design principles we should take in consideration: Your service is your product Design with people for people Empathy Creative conversation breaks [...]

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How to gain from a bubble

During the  Easter weeks I attended Iversity’s Design Thinking Course. Fascinating to get fundamental understand how theoretical concepts support the permanent rise of our jobs as design thinkers. What is a designer anyway? Herbert Simon, in Sciences of the Artificial, defines that design is the “transformation of existing conditions into preferred ones. Picture your manager?  Does he  fit [...]