At this interactive event, you will be introduced to one of Philips’ design challenges. A challenge on health and well-being. You will dive deeper into it with the use of service design for systems thinking. You will practice a systemic design approach to come up with sustainable service solutions.
We live in unprecedented times. Numerous societal problems aren’t the same as before, both in terms of complexity and scale, nor the approaches to find and design possible solutions. What does this mean for nowadays’ designers? How to add value to people and planet? And move away from isolated product and service design interventions to engage with societal challenges that require more holistic design approaches? At this interactive service design event, you will be introduced to one of Philips’ design challenges. You will dive deeper into this challenge with the use of systems thinking for service design. And together with other participants you will practice a systemic design approach and mindset needed to come up with sustainable service solutions to improve people’s well-being.
- Experience service design as a design approach that may facilitate behavioural change.
- Reflect on your role as a designer in contributing to the development of valuable responses to human and societal problems.
- Experience the power of joining forces and a systemic approach to problem solving.
Anna Zylicz is passionate about articulating the organisation’s visual presence in all of the many shapes and forms it takes.