July 21 - Design Thinking
How are some people able to constantly come up with brilliant ideas regardless of the challenges that come their way? Does one need to be creative to generate great ideas?
These inspiring individuals will share the power of Design Thinking and how a slight change to our thought process could forever influence the way we think or look at things.
NOTE: Event is private and not open to public.
Brandon Edwards / Former Founder and Executive Creative Officer, frog APAC
Widely known as a thought leader, Brandon focuses on creating new offerings and collaboration models that help solve some of the 21st Century’s most interesting problems and advance the human experience. He co-founded frog's Shanghai studio and helped grow the business across APAC. frog is a global product strategy and design firm.
He also contributes at the World Economic Forum, speaks at major conferences, mentors at corporations and universities, and funds start-ups.
Adeline Setiawan / Chief Creative Officer, Saturday Kids
Adeline leads the creative team at Saturday Kids. She believes that creativity and tech can be meaningful tools for kids to solve some of the world’s problems, that is only if we trusted them to find those problems. She also produces documentaries and is co-founder and Design Director of FabCafe Singapore.
Bernise Ang / Principal and Methodology Lead, Zeroth Labs
Now the Principal and Methodology Lead of Zeroth Labs, Bernise is an entrepreneur, creator and social innovator. Zeroth Labs is an experimental policy lab and consultancy. They serve governments from developing countries (as well as Singapore) to innovate new business models and create new services. Among other things, she has spoken at TEDx, SXSW, Harvard Kennedy School, and been featured in Financial Times for her brilliant work.
Mark Wee / Design Thinker, Architect and Author, Let’s Experience Design
Mark Wee, an award-winning architect, is the director of ONG&ONG experience design studio. Mark has coached numerous private and public sector organisations in their use of design thinking to solve difficult challenges such as building of innovative cultures, rethinking educational approaches, and even training future government leaders to be more empathetic.
12:00 PM - 2:30 PM SGT
- Executive Pantry (Lunch included)
Design Thinking (NOTE: Event is not open to public) FULL
- Venue Address
- Singapore Singapore