Hygieia 1.0 @ DUDIC
Hygieia is a series of workshops organized by Design Innovation Centre, University of Delhi to invite concepts, product ideas and proposals for the nation-wide campaign of Swaccha Bharat Abhiyaan. Hygieia 1.0 is for undergraduate students. Students from Design colleges of Delhi NCR, Delhi University, IGNOU, Ambedkar University of Delhi etc. Participated in this one day workshop.
Hygieia 2.0 @ DUDIC
Hygieia is a series of workshops organized by Design Innovation Centre, University of Delhi to invite concepts, product ideas and proposals for the nation-wide campaign of Swaccha Bharat Abhiyaan. Hygieia 2.0 is for 6th, 7th & 8th standard school students. Students from 12 schools with their teachers participated in this workshop. They learn the importance of design and they also developed some new ideas for making their surrounding beautiful.
Design Thinking, MME @ DUDIC
This workshop is introduced design thinking to the Masters of Mathematical Education student of Cluster Innovation Centre, University of Delhi. They learn how to design the products, how to test them and how to design experience for their user.
Programming 101 for school kids @ DUDIC
Programming 101 was a two day workshop organized by DUDIC with collaboration with Imfundo labs for school students and teacher to introduce them to the domain of electronics, micro-controller programming and robotics.
Design Thinking Workshop by Mr. Raman Saxena @ DUDIC
The workshop was centred around design thinking and processes that are necessary to the innovation process. The workshop was undertaken by Mr. Raman Saxena who is a pioneer of innovative design thinking processes who has an impressive track record of 20+
years of demonstrated ability of successfully conceptualising and building products, manage design units and lead teams of professionals in a multitude of organisations.
Over two days of individual as well as group interaction, Mr. Saxena guided the design fellows on their respective projects. He also gave substantial inputs on shaping human- centered design methodologies. The workshop was designed to structure the stages of design innovation across diverse contexts.