Design Thinking For Non-Designers
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About The Event
About Event / Programme
This event is organised by the National Library Board as part of its Future of Work Talk Series. Designed for adults seeking to stay ahead of the curve, 'Future of Work' provides bite-sized yet insightful talks and hands-on sessions that help navigate and make sense of emerging trends and new concepts synonymous with the Future Economy. Before deep diving into extended courses and training programmes, explore at libraries how critical competencies and areas, such as data analytics, design thinking, and Internet of Things, are transforming the way we work. There are multiple sessions in this series.
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Free admission. Registration required.
Participants will gain knowledge and tips that can help develop the habit of applying Design Thinking in everyday life. Participants will also gain appreciation on the importance of having a design mindset and the impact it has on making ideas or creations more purposeful for work and even everyday life.
What You'll Learn
- Why Design Thinking in the first place ?
- Design Thinking - An Art, Practice or Process ?
- Differentiating Innovation From Creativity.
- How Design Thinking has upend and transformed industries, products and services we know.
- Design Thinking Challenge.
- Design Thinking Tips For Everyday Life.
Md. Latiff Rahmat
Director (Design & Digital Experience)
TRIMIY Digital Agency
Latiff is a design and digital buff, with over 20 years of corporate experience in both the public and private sector domains. He had led and directed many greenfield projects and assignments that entailed applications of design thinking principles and methodologies under various circumstances such as physical infrastructure design, service process design, learning curriculum design, event experience design as well as software and systems design. In short, he is an active practitioner of design thinking. Notable projects that he had a strong hand in design include the multi-million dollar project of the 2 National Adult Learning Campuses (i.e. Lifelong Learning Institute in Paya Lebar and Devan Nair Institute of Employment and Employability in Jurong East). Latiff also spearhead a design thinking exercise as part of SG50 public outreach initiatives to draw ideas and solutions from the public and industry stakeholders. He also oversaw and led the design of a prototype public service centre and service processes that catered to adult working professionals in their job and training search.
As more and more of our life experiences are brought into the digital domain, Latiff has also delved into applying design thinking principles and techniques to shape web and mobile users' experience. Over the past 8 years, Latiff has been involved in designing websites, mobile games and applications for both commercial and public use. Latiff believes that design thinking can start even at a very young age which had also led him to specially designed and delivered programmes on Design Thinking programmes for the young ones.