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Everyone Is a Designer (With Gabor Suhajda) - Interintellect Salon

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Design thinking / design living..? Fellow Interintellect Gabor Suhajda asks to what degree are we all the designers of our lives and worlds

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"As we make decisions that shape the world around us, either in our professional or personal lives, we're all designers. To what extent is up for debate.

Design thinking is advertised as a mental framework that can be applied to almost any problem-solving process regardless of the context. Methods used for creating digital or offline services and systems promote collaboration across different sides of an organization in various ways. People with “design” in their job titles are amongst the participants, but the end result, ideally, is of a collaborative effort of many different disciplines and decision makers.

Who is then responsible for the outcome? Are the engineers doing some of the design work for an app? Is the CEO a designer? Are the users of a service involved during the creation process designers as well? Can we use design methods when approaching everyday problems...?

Let’s examine whether or not design is omnipotent, how and why different stakeholders are involved in design, and what is the identity of designers in an age where everyone is a 'designer'." - Salon host Gabor Suhajda.

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