Design, the ‘D’ in TED, has well and truly broken out of the Design School. In fact it made its escape some decades ago but still retains its potential to develop our collective imagination and enrich inter-disciplinary dialogue.
In this lecture Professor Lloyd will draw on over 20 years of research and teaching to trace a journey from the cognitive activity of the brain to the architecture and politics of democracy, and from Bitcoin to football to education. The linking thread is design thinking and he will argue that understanding design as a process of dialogue is not only fundamental to an ethical engagement with the world, but vital to securing an equitable future for all.
A dialogue with the future: Design thinking and the twenty-first century imagination
Professor of Design
Wednesday 2 December 2015
Sallis Benney Theatre
58–67 Grand Parade
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