Introduction to Design Thinking Workshop 6

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Written by Brian Ling (Design Sojourn)
Oct 25, 2012


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Oh my! Can it be? Yes it is! It’s time for our 6th Introduction to Design Thinking Workshop scheduled to run at the end of November. Is it already version 6.0? It must be, because a) it says so in the title and b) we have graduated 5 batches of happy Design Thinkers!

Here are a few unique highlights of our workshop (the rest will be surprise!):

1) Design Thinking comes with Design Doing so 75% of the workshop focuses on hand-on activities.

2) Tons of real world case studies and videos, to help feed your Design Thinking hunger with a satisfying ahhhh…

So if you think someone you know that might be interested in attending, please do pass this post on!

Here are the dates of the workshop:

DATE: 29 & 30 November (Thursday and Friday)
TIME: 9 am – 5.30 pm
LOCATION: Singapore Management University

Registration closes at 11.59pm on the 16th of Nov 2012. Please RSVP by then. As usual spaces are limited, so do sign up or sign your friend up soon.

For the full details of the workshop, click on the image below for a larger view. If you can’t see it, please let me know and I’ll send over a pdf.






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Oct 26, 12 – 12:11 am

que intersante! me gustaria poder ir al evento, lastimosamente la distancia lo hace imposible… un saludo!

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