- 25 October 2007 09:30 - 26 October 2007 17:00
Design know-how for a new era
A two-day conference exploring what designers need to know for the future.
Design is changing as it adapts to a world in transition. It has expanded into new terrain like art, business, strategy and public services, and the boundaries between disciplines are blurring. As design changes so do the skill-sets needed to practice it.
Intersections will look at how designers from different disciplines are adapting to this new landscape and acquiring new know-how. Ground-breaking designers will tell stories about what they have learned lately, what they expect to learn next, and why. The conference will feature lively debate between path-finding designers and thinkers with different views on how designers should prepare for the future. Reserve your place now.
Andy Altmann / John Bates / Durrell Bishop / Christoph Boninger / Tim Brown / Allan Chochinov / Gillian Crampton-Smith / Chris Downs / Richard Eisermann / Iain Ellwood / Ignacio Germande / David Godber / Clive Grinyer / Joe Heapy / Frans Johansson / David Kester / Heather Martin / Nico MacDonald / Sarah Maynard / Jeremy Myerson / Vicky Richardson / Jonathan Sands / Peter Saville / Richard Seymour / Richard Shed / Daljit Singh / Deyan Sudjic / John Thackara / Johnny Vulkan / Austin Williams / James Woudhuysen
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