6-8 September 2017, McGrath Centre, St. Catharine's College

How Design Club is helping to nurture empathy, the world’s most valuable resource

A 45 minute Case Study by:

Noam Sohachevsky

Design Club

About this Case Study

Noam believes the future needs oodles of people-centred designers to help make the world a better place. He’s creating Design Club, with the ambition to nurture empathy, collaboration and problem-solving skills in every child in the world.

In this session, Noam introduces us to the what, how and why of Design Club. We look at the journey so far, lessons learned from teaching children about design thinking and what Design Club needs, including practical ways that people can help, get involved and make a difference.

About the Speaker

Noam co-founded Mint Digital, a studio based in London and New York. He has over 15 years' experience creating digital products and services, helping to make a positive impact on people’s lives. Clients include Channel 4, the BBC, Tesco, NHS England, Cabinet Office, Benetton, Oxfam and many more.

Noam moved on from Mint towards the end of last year, seeking a new challenge. He is consulting with Apps for Good, an education charity providing app development and IoT courses to schools. He is also creating Design Club, a new initiative teaching children about design thinking.

Noam shares Design Club notes on Medium. You can also find out more on the Design Club website.

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