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october, 2022

20oct09:3018:30Virtual EventDesign Thinking Tallinn 202209:30 - 18:30 View in my time Event Organized By: Design Minds and Miltton New Nordics

Event Details

Design Thinking Tallinn is a hybrid summit of design thinkers, taking place on October 20 at the Port of Tallinn Old City Harbour Cruise Ship Terminal and is broadcasted virtually.

For the fifth time, the summit aims to encourage and inspire people to use design thinking methodology and tools to create a more human-centred and impactful outcome by offering a meeting place for design practitioners and experts leading innovation and social change.

This year we focus on the topic of SOCIETAL IMPACT. Design thinking aims to tackle the challenges by really causing disruption instead of putting a band-aid on the continually deepening issues. Although design is not a quick fix to societal problems, we show how design and design thinking can help nudge and solve these issues in an impactful way and for good by taking a systemic view, empowering everyone involved and creating solutions together.

✓ CASE STUDIES

✓ INSPIRATION

✓ TOOLS

✓ NETWORKING

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Time

(Thursday) 09:30 - 18:30 View in my time

Organizer

Design Minds and Miltton New NordicsDesignMinds is a design-based agency that uses design thinking to support and facilitate innovation projects and processes and offers individuals, teams and organizations design thinking workshops, seminars and innovation programs. Miltton is an ambitious, forward-looking consultancy working with private and public organizations across industries. We address three core development needs of an organization – who we are, what we do and how we grow – by using collective exploration processes and science-based leadership practices.

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