Part time Course in Service Design in Europe

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The Edible City

TU Berlin Summer & Winter University
Campus 4 weeks June 2017 Germany Berlin

The course is suitable for students of all levels of study who want to gain theoretical and practical knowledge for the design of food-productive urban space. [+]

Top Part time Course Studies in Service Design in Europe. Summer University block 1: June 12th - July 6th, 2017 Course price: 1.850 Euros 18 hours of class sessions per week, 5 ECTS credit points Topic With a focus on urban space and urban space production, this summer course explores how food – in all is aspects from producing to marketing to selling to composting – could become a better-integrated part of our cities. Urban agriculture projects in Berlin will serve as case studies and sites for practical growing/building experience. Target group The course is suitable for students of all levels of study who want to gain theoretical and practical knowledge for the design of food-productive urban space. It is especially suitable for students of architecture, landscape architecture, urban design, urban planning and product design who have an interest in the subject area. Learning Goal/Output Students will develop their theoretical knowledge of the emerging subject areas of urban agriculture and urban food systems and learn about methods to design urban space that has a food focus. They will also develop their skills in particpatory design and building processes by working with selected urban agriculture projects in Berlin. Students are encouraged to record and reflect on their learning by means of sketches, photographs and text. Course Components Teaching will be structured in 4 multi-disciplinary components, each running for 1 week and highlighting a particular aspect of the urban food growing theme. Each week will be introduced by context-setting lectures/seminars. These will... [-]

One Year Course in Global Design

IED – Istituto Europeo di Design Barcelona
Campus 1 year September 2017 Spain Barcelona

The One year course in Global Design is addressed to all those interested in getting an introduction to the several disciplines of design (product, interiors, fashion, graphic, advertising and marketing), and it is a help for students in choosing which will become their career. [+]

THIS PROGRAM IS TAUGHT IN ENGLISH The One year course in Global Design is addressed to all those interested in getting an introduction to the several disciplines of design (product, interiors, fashion, graphic, advertising and marketing), and it is a help for students in choosing which will become their career. All throughout the year students acquire the essentials on creation and design. The world of creation is changing, design is becoming a melting pot of disciplines and their practice is being liberalized. The multidisciplinary approach is a part of a mixture process of the fields of application of cretivity. This hybrid education welcomes students to an open study plan with clear intentions: piquing their curiosity, developing creativity and discovering several expressions of design. WHY STUDY THE ONE-YEAR DESIGN COURSE IN BARCELONA? The yearly course in Global Design introduces students to disciplines of product design, interior design, fashion design, graphic design, advertising and marketing, and delves in the expression of cretivity and development of versatility and flexibility. This course takes places within the multicultural context of IED Barcelona, whose aim is to provide knowledge beyond the limits of specific fields, encouraging and providing the natural skills, common to all students, while learning about other disciplines and the links between them all. Furthermore, IED Barcelona regularly schedules conferences, seminars, presentations and activities involving outstanding professionals from all fields of design that help students to get involved with dynamics of multidisciplinarity Objetives The objective of the one-year course in Global Design is the... [-]

Workspaces Promoting Well-being Course

NIVA Education
Campus 3 days Finland Helsinki

A good indoor environment has a significant effect on people’s health, well-being and work performance. The design of workspaces must take into account the activities and tasks that are to be carried out in the office. [+]

Top Part time Course Studies in Service Design in Europe. A good indoor environment has a significant effect on people’s health, well-being and work performance. The design of workspaces must take into account the activities and tasks that are to be carried out in the office. Course objectives Purpose of the course is to provide a multidisciplinary overview on workspaces promoting health and well-being of users. The purpose is also to introduce user-centered, participatory approach for workplace design and workplace changes. Scope of the course is on modern office environments, like multispace offices, research and learning environments as well as the social and health care sector. Target group Occupational health and safety professionals Architects Workplace designers Interior designers Workplace owners and managers Human resources managers and developers Researchers Practitioners Consultants Course outline Lectures, case studies and practical examples, interactive sessions and group discussions, excursions, networking Main topics salutogenic and user-centred approach for workplace design, one that promotes user’s health and well-being in buildings central factors in workspaces that promote well-being user-centred and participatory approach for workplace design good practices for managing workplace changes usability of buildings and central design factors restorative and healing environments Background The changes in today’s work life require a new approach to designing workspaces. The way in which work is changing, new working practices, and changes in working behaviour all affect the use of workspaces and the future needs of work premises. The significance of workspaces and the way in which they are used are undergoing... [-]