The RSD3 symposium is close and it is by now fully booked.
To see the program check the slide show below.
For more info go to www.systemic-design.net.
The main mission of Systems Oriented Design is to build the designers own interpretation and implementation of systems thinking so that systems thinking can fully benefit from design thinking and practice and so that design thinking and practice can fully benefit from systems thinking.
The Keynotes for the RSD3 Symposium are ready.
The Keynotes are:
To read more about our wonderful keynotes follow this link >>>>>>
The extended deadline for submitting abstracts is 16th April!
Peter Jones and Jeremy Bowes lecture from 2012 is worth revisiting when thinking of the emerging field of Systemic Design.
Systemic Design is the bigger landscape where SOD feels at home together with a range of other approaches and ideas. Peter contextualizes it in this lecture. The slides are comprehensive so though we are missing his voice it makes sense.
Jake Knapp at Google Ventures suggest that if you want to foster creativity in your design team, throw out the football table and make a War Room instead.
What he suggests is very similar to our Rich Design Space. What to say other than : Welcome to the club!
Now lets see if they will develop some systemic sensibility as well ;)
One of our great keynotes at the RSD3 symposium in Oslo October 15th to 17th is Hugh Dubberly.
Hugh has an amazing career including former work at Apple and Netscape and now running his own design consultancy
I found this lecture by Hugh on VIMEO
I found this nice blog post on the web: