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How do you think humans’ needs, wants and behaviors can have an impact on what people use and buy? Laura will tell us all about it!
On January 25th, Laura Korčulanin, a design anthropologist, will give a complete overview of human-centered design
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The webinar will happen on January 25th, and you can register here to save your spot!
All you need is to have your computer charged, a good internet connection, and be on time 🤞.
🤓 // What you can expect // 🤓
The current worldwide pandemic has brought us to face brand new realities on an individual and a collective level, both personally and professionally. If we look into existing planetary group consensus, human behaviors, and individual patterns, with little observation we begin to notice that all of them are shifting towards something new, different, undefined, and most probably unimagined. What shall this mean for a designer and other professionals? How to address changes and how to research and understand people and their real needs in this ‘unimaginable’ new world?
In this webinar, we’re going to look into challenges and frustrations as opportunities for insights and impactful action creation. We’re going to discuss ever-growing needs for human-centered design and focus on a holistic understanding of our interconnected systemic existence where resiliency, social and environmental responsibility are the core values of human-centered research.
Transforming from ideas and concepts where we think we know what people need, to a deeper understanding of real needs based on insightful experiences in field research and ethnography will guide this talk.
👩🏻 // About Laura Korčulanin // 👩🏻
Laura Korčulanin is a design anthropologist, founder of Give a Shit project, and an independent interdisciplinary consultant. Currently, she is a professor at Design faculty IADE – UE, specializing herself in Human-Centred Design and sustainable urban water management and sanitation.
From 2008 on, she develops applicative projects based on ethnography and scientific research results together with different stakeholders (municipalities, businesses, and NGO’s) focusing on planet centered practices and systemic solutions.
Her international professional experience is being underlined with the position of direction board convener in EASA Applied Anthropology Network, cutting-edge academic network and innovation space that links academy with business, industry, and NGOs.
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