Society currently faces extensive, large-scale and complex challenges, challenges which design processes are suited to addressing. Design thinking can open up dialogues between a number of fields, including policy and planning, community development, sociology, anthropology, human geography, and development studies.
Dinner Dialogues are interested in understanding the role of designer in responding to this new context, a context in which designers can act as knowledge brokers between different fields. Over the course of five dinners, Dinner Dialogues brings together a range of practitioners from the design and non-design communities to discuss various themes, including what we mean by 'good design' and the role of design in tackling complex social issues.
Dinner 5 addresses the question of work processes and how they're changing. To book your place, email firstname.lastname@example.org