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You are not a Designer, You are a Coach

18:00

Sobre a Palestra

Multidisciplinary team members are all using the tools of design means you aren’t just a designer, you’ve got to be a great coach too! As the tools we use every day as a designer are being democratised and made more accessible through Design Thinking, our roles as Designers are changing to include an unexpected soft skill, Design Coaching. The diversity of the teams we bring to our challenges frames the solutions we come up with but not everyone knows how to best utilise our wonderful box of Design tools and techniques to their best advantage. This talk includes practical ways to coach your colleagues and stakeholders to be effective when they pick up design tools and get great outcomes. It also includes way to re-orientate your own perception of your role as a designer so you can stay relevant and contribute positively in this rapidly changing world. By sharing our expertise with those trying to use the tools of design to solve problems, we lift everyone up.

Katja is a founder of Syfte, a specialist in research and experience design, Thinking Design and Interaction Design at the University of Sydney. She has been director of the Global IxDA Council and has worked with digital media since the mid-1990s. She was recently listed among Australia\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s 100 most influential women.

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