domingo, 22 de maio de 2016
domingo, 8 de maio de 2016
Será uma oportunidade imperdível para ter uma experiência direta e profunda com a natureza e possibilitar descobertas e o encantamento necessário para despertar um pensamento vivo.
Quando? Dia 14 de Maio de 2016 das 9h às 12h
Onde? Na UMPAZ – Avenida Quarto Centenário, 1268, Portão 7ª, Parque Ibirapuera - SP.
Temos apenas 30 vagas que serão preenchidas por ordem de inscrição. Corre que ainda dá tempo!!!
INSCRIÇÕES GRATUITAS através do link: bit.ly/OficinaLisNatureza
quarta-feira, 23 de março de 2016
World Industrial Design Day (WIDD) is observed annually on 29 June in recognition of the profession of industrial design.
This year, WIDD takes on an even bigger meaning as we launch our new name as the World Design Organization and promote the power of the industrial design community to make a difference in the world.
Youth are the leaders of tomorrow at the World Design Organization, and we believe that the time is now to engage this very important cohort of new industrial designers, who represent the future of our industry.
Taking this into account, the theme for WIDD 2016 is: Youth in Design.
WIDD 2016: Youth in Design will not only celebrate the contributions of young industrial designers to the world, but it will also serve as an opportunity to consult with young designers (and those who are young at heart), internationally. We’ll explore the attitudes, values, and skills that young designers bring to the profession, identify how these can be best nurtured in the industry, and examine how youth can play a pivotal role in social and organizational change.
The objectives of WIDD 2016 are threefold:
- Celebrate the contributions of young designers in industrial design.
- Consult with young designers in the millennial cohort
- Raise awareness of industrial design and its role in effecting positive change
WANT TO GET INVOLVED?Here’s how you can get started:
- Consultation Kit (PDF - 310KB)
- Request a city proclamation (PDF - 122KB)
- City guide (PDF - 179KB)
- Educational members guide (PDF - 180KB)
- Corporate members guide (PDF - 164KB)
- Professional members guide (PDF - 163KB)
- Promotional member guide (PDF - 168KB)
JOIN THE CONVERSATIONWe want to hear from you! Share your thoughts and photos with us using the hashtags: #widd2016, #wdo, #design4change, and #youthindesign on your social media accounts.
REPORT BACKLet us know what your industrial design community is doing to celebrate WIDD 2016. By sharing your meetings, discussions, and events, you are contributing to the global conversation on youth in design. To share news about your event please e-mail us at email@example.com.
sábado, 5 de março de 2016
quinta-feira, 25 de fevereiro de 2016
DEFINITION OF INDUSTRIAL DESIGNAt the 29th General Assembly in Gwangju, South Korea, the Professional Practise Committee unveiled a renewed definition of industrial design as follows:
"Industrial Design is a strategic problem-solving process that drives innovation, builds business success and leads to a better quality of life through innovative products, systems, services and experiences."An extended version of this definition is as follows:
"Industrial Design is a strategic problem-solving process that drives innovation, builds business success and leads to a better quality of life through innovative products, systems, services and experiences.
Industrial Design bridges the gap between what is and what’s possible.
It is a trans-disciplinary profession that harnesses creativity to resolve problems and co-create solutions with the intent of making a product, system, service, experience or a business, better.
At its heart, Industrial Design provides a more optimistic way of looking at the future by reframing problems as opportunities. It links innovation, technology, research, business and customers to provide new value and competitive advantage across economic, social and environmental spheres.
Industrial Designers place the human in the centre of the process. They acquire a deep understanding of user needs through empathy and apply a pragmatic, user centric problem solving process to design products, systems, services and experiences.
They are strategic stakeholders in the innovation process and are uniquely positioned to bridge varied professional disciplines and business interests. They value the economic, social and environmental impact of their work and their contribution towards co-creating a better quality of life.