PRIA & Ellis Jones Professional Development Workshop: Design Thinking for Communicators

  • DATE:  Tuesday, 26 September 2017
  • TIME:  9.00am to 2.00pm
  • WHERE: The Realm of Possibilies - 3A Glasshouse Rd Collingwood VIC 3066
  • COST:  Members $349 | non-members $449
  • Limited places available: Please book as soon as possible
 
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Great design has the power to challenge and inspire individuals, groups and workplaces. Design thinking draws from the designer’s toolkit to consider the human-centred needs of the consumer, applying innovative ideas to create business solutions.

Understand and pursue innovation with ‘Design Thinking for Communications Professionals,’ an introductory workshop that will provide attendees with grounding in the basic tenets of design thinking, also known as user-centred design.

Recognise the importance of design thinking, know its applications and learn how to think like a creator.

Hosted at Ellis Jones’ Realm of Possibilities, the session will be led by David Constantine, Creative Director at communications and social impact agency, Ellis Jones.

With over 15 years design experience across Australian, European and US markets, David is a passionate proponent of design thinking, and its value to commerce and culture.

Leave with the working knowledge of design thinking terminology and processes, as well as a toolkit of techniques and tools to apply in professional practice.

ABOUT THE PRESENTER

As Ellis Jones’ Design Director,
David Constantine is responsible for the creative direction of the agency’s design studio. Working in design, advertising and innovation, David has led and independently worked as a designer for over 15 years across public and private sectors globally.

David assists companies to think holistically about identity and visual communication, and unlock the potential for design to motivate, challenge, inspire and entice. To change people, and their experience of the world.

He is an active speaker and mentor devoted to championing the positive impact of design on contemporary society. He has served as state president and national board member for the Australian Graphic Design Association, and has lectured in communication design, interiors, digital media and branded fashion on the subject of lateral thinking and creativity.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

This PRIA Professional Development session provides three points towards Members’ annual Continued Professional Development (CPD) requirements. It is suitable for In-house and agency team members and practitioners at the Emerging Practitioners stage, at Australian Qualifications Framework Level 7 and above. See the Professional Framework.