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Power of design learned from Denmark

hiranotomoki
January 28, 2020

Power of design learned from Denmark

【東京】UX JAM × Design MattersでのLTのスライドです。

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January 28, 2020
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  1. Tomoki Hirano
    Power of design learned
    from Denmark
    Jun.28, 2020
    UX JAM × Design Matters

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  2. SPEEDA Chief Design Officer, Uzabase, Inc.
    Co-founder, DSCL Inc.
    Tomoki Hirano majored in Design from Tama Art University’s Department of
    Information and obtained a Master’s Degree in Design from the Graduate School
    of Tokyo University of the Arts. In 2017, he worked at the Lab for Social Design at
    the Design School Kolding as a visiting researcher. Later he worked at
    transcosmos inc. and Concent, Inc., after which he went on to establish TRIAND
    (currently DSCL Inc.) in 2011. In January 2019, he joined Uzabase’s SPEEDA
    business as lead designer and design manager, while also remaining as a
    director of DSCL Tomoki is a winner of multiple awards including iF DESIGN
    AWARD, German Design Award, and Good Design Award Best 100.
    Tomoki Hirano
    Designer / Design researcher

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  3. Design company

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  4. The power of enhancing people’s
    creativity by the design-thinking
    My
    Findings
    New job of designer is constructing
    the culture and organization

    CONCLUSION

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  5. ˜ 5 P N P L J ) J S B O P 4 F Q ! : B I P P - 0 % ( & % F T J H O T G P S % F T J H O F S T % %

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  6. ˜ 5 P N P L J ) J S B O P 4 F Q ! : B I P P - 0 % ( & % F T J H O T G P S % F T J H O F S T % %

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  7. The power of enhancing
    people’s creativity
    by the design thinking
    1
    CASE STUDY
    DESIGN CAMP in Public bus

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  8. The power of enhancing
    people’s creativity
    by the design thinking
    2
    CASE STUDY
    DSCL METHOD CARDs

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  9. Features: DSCL METHOD CARDs
    • Visualizing design-doing (the ghost is drawn),
    not symbol & icon.

    • Providing a playful mind "I want to try it”

    • Useful reflection

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  10. The power of enhancing people’s
    creativity by the design-thinking
    My
    Findings
    New job of designer is constructing
    the culture and organization

    CONCLUSION

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  11. I hope my Japanese English
    encourages you.
    Because no matter what
    you say,
    the passion is the most
    important thing.
    Thank you —

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