The next playground meeting will take place on Thursday, March 21, from 12:00 to 13:30, at the faculty of TPM (building 31, Classroom H, 31-A1-210).
The theme of this playground meeting is “Value Dynamics“. We will touch upon questions like: How to deal with value dynamics when designing for values? How can we successfully operationalize values to inform design decisions, whilst anticipating possible value changes? How can we make our designs able to adapt to value changes in society? How does the theory apply to specific application areas, such as architecture and urbanism?
To kickstart discussion, the program contains two pitch presentations:
— Ibo van de Poel: Design for Changing Values, ERC granted research project.
— Carola Hein and Maurice Harteveld: Historical and Spatial Approaches to Value Dynamics.
We invite you to send in insights, questions and remarks around the topic, to be addressed during this meetings.
If you register for the meeting (DDfV-Institute@tudelft.nl), we can order you lunch, but feel free to just drop in, also without registering. To add this event to your digital calendar, you can use this ical download.
Playground meetings are our informal lunch meetings for discussing design for values topics and sharing ideas and insights. They are planned monthly on the 3rd Thursday and rotate between the four DDfV faculties. Each meeting is centered around a theme, like ‘design for wellbeing’, or ‘value conflict’. You are invited to send in ideas for topics or questions to address during these meetings, or to volunteer or nominate someone for a pitch presentation.
Curious about the playground meetings? Check out our blog post about last December’s edition on ‘Design for Privacy’.