Thu, Jun 27th, 12:00am - Fri, Jun 28th 12:00am

Design for Good: Facilitation by Design

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Learn how to become a better facilitator and lead design thinking projects. Increasingly, clients need a more integrated approach to design and business challenges, and designers are often asked to guide diverse groups of organizational leaders, colleagues and community members to develop solutions for big, interconnected problems. Yet the skills required to lead these different groups effectively are rarely taught. As designers’ roles, responsibilities and potential for impact continue to evolve, the ability to successfully facilitate a diverse group and create effective solutions across a variety of sectors is a critical skill set to master. This two-day workshop developed and presented by AIGA Design for Good and : by Design is for professionals who want to gain confidence leading collaborations and empower participants to take responsibility for successful outcomes. Attendees will gain resources, strategies and valuable insights to help them guide people effectively through a collaborative design thinking process.

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Minneapolis College of Art & Design 2501 Stevens Ave Minneapolis, MN, 55404 map»

About AIGA Design for Good

Design for Good is a platform to build and sustain the implementation of design thinking for social change. This platform creates opportunities for designers to build their practice, their network, and their visibility. Design for Good recognizes the wide range of designers’ work and leadership in social change which benefits the world, our country and our communities. Questions? Please contact Sandy Wolfe-Wood, Associate Director, Design for Good.

About AIGA Membership

Learn more about AIGA’s new membership structure with a variety of affordable rate levels and exceptional benefits.

Contact Leadership

Grant Hasbrouck
Grant Hasbrouck
Director of Communications
Graphic Designer, Communications Specialist, Photographer, Environmentalist.
Grant has been a member of AIGA since 2012 when the Student Design Organization of University of Minnesota Duluth was visited by AIGA members Chank Diesel and Ken Friberg.
He graduated from UMD with a BFA in Graphic Design in 2013, but has been designing graphics professionally since 2012 with a strong focus on brand-systems, and began his communications career with the MN DFL party in 2016.
He has worked for a variety of clients and employers, but his favorites are always causes and non-profits with goals and beliefs that resonate with his-own: Clean Energy, Environmentalism, Human Rights, and Social Justice.