Wednesday Web Jam no. 85 - "Ancient Human-Centered Design” with Federico Granda and Yuen Yen Tsai
Human centeredness as a concept seems to be new in organisations. Design Thinking puts the human being in the center of attention. And by doing so Design Thinking is able to counterbalance the sole focus on developing new products and services.
Yet there are more sources that put humans in the center. Sources that have been with us for a very long time. Ancient wisdoms as Kabbalah and Confucius.
In this session we explore these ancient wisdoms and discover how they can fuel your design thinking mind. By doing so we hope you find natural connections between your ancient wisdoms and your design thinking practice, and that these connections inspire you in a playful way to continue your work.
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