Innovation is driving the heart of our future economies. As we push for greater innovation the need to collaborate across widely different specialisms has become a requirement to gain more and more innovative solutions. The question is HOW? How do we enable professionals who have long been separate, or even incompatible, and ask them to produce something new and innovate?
In this talk Wesley Meyer, designer at the inter-disciplinary firm Gensler, will share trends, personal insights and practical advice on HOW to enable collaboration for innovation. The talk will cover better understanding other designers (and stakeholders), unlocking the hidden value in your design process, dispelling some misconceptions about innovation and how to have more effective and collaborative meetings. There will be jokes too. We look forward to a lively Q&A.
Wesley Meyer is a designer and associate at the international design firm Gensler. He is a passionate advocate for design as a force for positive change in the lives of everyday people. His work includes wayfinding, product design, branding and digital experiences. He has worked extensively in EU, US, Middle-East and Asian markets to deliver project ranging from mega-scale to hyper-local. Currently he currently works at Gensler's newest office in Birmingham and focuses on design issues around regeneration, repositioning, education and advanced manufacturing. He is a long standing member of SDS and the SDS Steering Group
Date: Thursday 11 May 2017
Time: 6pm for 6.30pm start
Venue: The Gallery, Alan Baxter, 75 Cowcross Street, London EC1M 6EL (nearest tube Farringdon)
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