In-person tickets are sold out!

In-person tickets are sold out! There are still places to register for in-person workshops and virtual tickets are still available

Registrations for workshops and pre-conference events are open!

Workshop 1: The Digital Ethics Compass - How do we design ethical technology?

 

 

The global reach of digital technologies, which enrich people’s lives with efficiency, services and distribution, has shown to have problematic side effects. Some companies and organizations have gradually come to understand that behaving ethically is a business-critical necessity and remain trust. More and more people demand that products and services create security and transparency for users. So, if we are to create a better, more fair, responsible and ethical digital world, we need to start with the design decisions that designers together with product managers and programmers make every single day.


During this masterclass Peter and Christina will discuss ethical dilemmas, what digital design ethics is, and introduce the essence of The Digital Ethics Compass, a practical toolbox that helps identify potential ethical dilemmas to improve digital products and services.

 

Date: October 12, 2022       Time: 12:00 - 16:00

Attendance: in-person only 

Fee: €145 per person, please note there are limited tickets available. 

Venue: 

DANISH DESIGN CENTER
Bryghuspladsen 8, BLOX
2nd floor
1473 Copenhagen K

Workshop 2: Building the courage to slow down innovation

 

Accelerating, blitz scaling, failing fast to succeed sooner. These are just a few examples of a fundamental paradigm in innovation – that it has everything to do with a fast pace! As if somehow, speed is a goal in itself. In this workshop we want to reflect on the pace of innovation. Drawing on 10 years of experiences as innovation consultants at the Copenhagen based agency IS IT A BIRD, we have come to believe that a disproportionate focus on the high pace phases of innovation can obscure something else that is at least as important.

Slowing down the pace. Changing the energy. Focusing on being instead of doing, on observing, listening and sensing what is around us. At times we need to stand still in order to detect what is moving around us. The workshop will provide tools, methods and inspiration for bringning fruitful contemplation to you innovation process.

Date: October 12, 2022       Time: 12:00 - 16:00

Attendance: in-person only 

Fee: €145 per person, please note there are limited tickets available. 

Venue: 

IS IT A BIRD
Trekronergade 149C
2500 Valby, Copenhagen

 

Related Headlines

SDN Chapters Call for papers is now open | Submit your abstract until April 28th 2024

Call for papers is now open | Submit your abstract until April 28th 2024

Service designers work within a unique context. Because our work influences service innovation, improvement and delivery across lengthy and often complex customer lifecycles, we must work closely with stakeholders from across our organisations, and even beyond. While we aim for deep expertise in our own practice, we must also familiarise ourselves with the ways many others work

Continue reading
SDN Chapters Service Design Global Conference 2024 - Get Early Bird tickets until May 31

Service Design Global Conference 2024 - Get Early Bird tickets until May 31

Early Bird tickets for the Service Design Global Conference (SDGC24) are available for sale.

Continue reading
SDN Chapters Touchpoint Vol 14-3 Roundtable | Implementing Service Design

Touchpoint Vol 14-3 Roundtable | Implementing Service Design

On April 10, 2024, we are holding a special event connected to the publication of the most recent issue of Touchpoint, the journal of service design. The issue explores practical aspects, challenges and successes in translating service design outputs into tangible, impactful solutions –– successful implementation.

Continue reading
SDN Global News Replay tickets SDGC23

Replay tickets SDGC23

If you missed the Service Design Global Conference 2023, you can now register for a ticket to watch the recordings from our Replay section.

Continue reading