Women Business Leaders Breakfast Series: Design Thinking in the 21st Century
In this talk, Kristi will introduce behavioral strategy as a key tool for understanding both design and the implications of technology. She will dig into research around behavioral "influencers" and provide specific case study examples with real business outcomes, helping us to understand the value of design in a business context. She will also talk about technology trends in physical space, the role of sensors and the potential uses (and misuses) of augmented and mixed reality in physical space. This talk will provide the audience with new frameworks and approaches to the work of designing as well as building awareness of technology trends that will impact the future of the way that interior design is practiced.
Registration and Directions
Fee : $25 per breakfast
Non-Chatham Student and Veteran's Rate: $12 with valid ID
Location : Chatham University Shadyside Campus, Welker Room, James Laughlin Music Center Building
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