Jacqueline Antalik and Winnie Ho to deliver keynote at Royal Roads Design Thinking Conference

OXD Service Designers will share how to uncover meaningful ideas and design solutions in a post-secondary educational context.

Jacqueline Antalik and Winnie Ho will facilitate a workshop on Frame Innovation at the Royal Roads Design Thinking Conference. Frame Creation is a technique where changing the approach to problems provides a breakthrough when developing solutions. The workshop introduces participants to Frame Creation and Exploration, a method that discovers new approaches for complex “wicked" problems. Derived from Kees Dorst and his work on Frame Innovation, this method explores paradoxes in design through reframing. 

"The conference welcomes all who are grappling with how to best foster design thinking—post-secondary educators, consultants, organizational employees, and researchers—to come together in a spirit of collective learning and cross-fertilization."

—Royal Roads University
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The Royal Roads Design Thinking Conference, “Leading Design Thinking in the Classroom and the Workplace: A Conference for Postsecondary Educators and Organizational Practitioners” is a virtual event that will be held on March 6, 2022, with pre-conference events scheduled on March 5. The event will feature keynote addresses, networking opportunities, and participant-led sessions. Participants will learn practical skills to help lead Design Thinking in the workplace or in the classroom.

To learn more, and to register, visit the Royal Roads conference website.