6 - 14 july 2019

Design your goal(s)

Date

12th July, 14:00 - 16:30

c:

20 places
Compulsory registration!

place:

PSTP Gdynia, building IV
spot on the map no. 26

There is no ideal method that works for all designers and architects, but there are a number of tools that might be helpful.

Some manage their lives, times or goals in an intuitive way, others more methodically. At the workshop, we want to show how we can use a design approach, and in particular design oriented thinking methods, to manage our time and lives. We set ourselves a goal that anyone can improve a problematic area in their lives using the methods proposed at the workshop. We will focus on the following areas: defining a problem as a design challenge, presenting design-thinking exercises that can be helpful in managing time and goals and managing change. The workshop is directed toward those who feel they could manage their lives better using a design approach.

The workshop is part of CITY + ARCHITECTURE BLOCK.
*Workshop in Polish

Speaker:

  • A designer of business models and sales support tools, such as AMS PlakatTest - online platform for assessing the readability of posters, AMS City Tracker - an advanced map tool, that she co-created.​ Research projects manager and co-creator of Urban Activity Segmentation (TGI Millward Brown), segmentation of urban residents due to urban and digital mobility, awarded in the "Innovation Award 2014" in "open & startup" category.​ Speaker at the conference, such as 2015 Cyberresearch 5.0 PTBRiO, 2014 XV Congress of the Polish Society of Market and Opinion Researchers.​ A graduate of sociology (SWPS), post-graduate studies in Design Management (SWPS), and CoachWise coaching school.

    full bio

  • Entrepreneur, designer, promoter of design. Since 2007, has been running the Kafti lightning brand, awarded in several competitions, a.o. Must Have, Śląska Rzecz. Member of the Spirit of Poland Foundation, promoting Polish design at the international forum. Co-founder of WILK Otwarty Klaster Designu. She graduated from Innovation Management (SWPS) and Human Resources Management (SGH).

    full bio