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The official program in English for the Master in Research for Design and Innovation at Elisava Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona

The official program in English for the Master in Research for Design and Innovation at Elisava Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona

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  • 1. DESIGNTHINKINGWEEK//NormanGarcía www.elisava.net Co-creation Brand content Nethunting Trends Future scenarios Services design User experience DESIGN, STRATEGY AND MANAGEMENT Master’s Degree in Research for Design and Innovation MASTER AND POSTGRADUATE programmes SPANISH OR ENGLISH GROUPS
  • 2. 2 - ELISAVA - Master’s Degree in Research for Design and Innovation Master’s Degree in Research for Design and Innovation Start date: October and March. ECTS Credits: 60 Language: Spanish or English groups Qualification: Master’s Degree in Research for Design and Innovation, degree awarded by Pompeu Fabra University (UPF) and ELISAVA School of Design and Engineering of Barcelona. Schedule: Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, from 5 to 9.15 p.m. The qualification of Master’s Degree in Research for Design and Innovation is obtained by studying: - Postgraduate Diploma in Coolhunting. Design and Global Trends From October to March. - Postgraduate Diploma in Innovation and Design Thinking From March to July. Academic management JORGE RODRÍGUEZ NIETO Advertising agent specialised in Corporative Communication from UJTL, BA in Plastic Arts specialized in New Media and Administration from Universidad de los Andes, and postgraduate in Cultural Management specialised in Cultural Industries from the University of Barcelona. He has also studied in the Universidad del Rosario, in the Westminster University, and in the Birbeck College. He has worked as producer for HBO-Olé TIME Warner Group, carrying out research for TV specials. He managed the Artehoy Foundation, and the Bogotá Photography Biennial from 1999 to 2004. He has been associate professor at the Faculty of Arts of the Universidad Nacional de Colombia. He is associate member and cofounder of Algo Bueno Management in Barcelona, where he coordinates cultural research and consumption projects, and participates in Algo Bueno Studio production projects for SEAT, Anchor Bay, and Sony Pictures Entertainment and Starz Media. He has specialised in topics about cultural consumption and has been consultant and advisor for the Colombian Institute of Family Welfare; the Colombian Ministry of Foreign Affairs; firms, and organisations. He has been associate professor at the Faculty of Arts of the Universidad Nacional de Colombia, and has collaborated with the European University. He manages ELISAVA’s Master’s Degree in Research for Design and Innovation (MIDI) and takes part as a teacher in several programmes of Barcelona Activa. Entry requirements • All creative professionals interested in supplementing their professional education with research and innovation tools. • Business leaders and entrepreneurs interested in exploring and creating new business models and fostering collaboration. • Engineers, technicians and technical experts interested in honing their creation and innovation capabilities. • Professionals in other areas interested in innovating within their sector. Net http://coolhuntingbarcelona.wordpress.com/ http://www.facebook.com/groups/MIDIELISAVA/ http://www.linkedin.comgroups?about=&gid=3848179 Presentation This master’s degree combines two disciplines that are very powerful in the pre-design process: trends research and co- creation techniques. It is focused on providing the current tools related to qualitative and ethnographic research, interdiscplinarity, and design thinking. These tools are addressed to innovation processes that are applicable to industry and society. We understand innovation as a way of approaching the meeting of the user real and changeable necessities, with the purpose of improving the quality of life through products, services, experiences, and new tools. Classic preconceptions are rethought, banking on the creation and prototyping based on exhaustive research. Throughout the course, we will develop research projects in association with several firms and the government, such as Artemide, Lekue, Telefónica, Cirque du Soleil, or Barcelona Town Council, among others. We collaborate with numerous collectives, groups, institutions, and universities involved in the subject of innovation in Europe and Latin America, in order to strengthen networks and facilitate partnerships. Every edition gives the students the opportunity to carry out two field trips to European cities in order to explore trends, working patterns, and users’ opinions, coming back with a wide range of innovation-related options. We organise workshops and events that allow increasing the participation revolving issues such as design, trends, innovation, and design thinking. Objectives • Train researchers capable of creating and being involved in innovation and development processes. • Offer professionals not linked to design the tools to supplement their education in scientific, technical and humanistic fields in order to enhance their professional profile and increase their opportunities. • Offer design practitioners a space for interacting with other agents involved in innovation processes with the aim of working in multidisciplinary teams. • Address innovation in the broadest sense, including its technological, social, creative, productive and business scheme ramifications. • Foster the creation of spaces and events for exchange and collaboration between all agents involved in innovation processes. • Allow organisations, companies and governments to explore new systems, products, services and experiences via innovation- related academic projects.
  • 3. Postgraduate Diploma in Coolhunting. Design and Global Trends Start date: October. ECTS Credits: 30 Language: Spanish or English groups Qualification: Postgraduate Diploma in Coolhunting. Design and Global Trends, degree awarded by Pompeu Fabra University (UPF) and ELISAVA School of Design and Engineering of Barcelona. Schedule: Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, from 5 to 9.15 p.m. Structure INTRODUCTION AND CONTEXT This module welcomes students to the world of trends, its terminology and the concepts driving the sector. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY AND TOOLS This module helps people with no experience in this field develop skills and also serves as a refresher course for those who have been involved in research projects. Includes ethnography, visual anthropology, sociology, market research, nethunting and other strategic research areas. MODERN TRENDS Presents cases and initiatives by real-life professionals who have to deal with handling trends in various industries and popular culture. URBAN INMERSIONS On-site work in various cities to develop perception and research abilities. BUSINESS TOOLS They help students learn the relationships between trends and business from the clients’ and companies’ perspectives. Enhances researcher-client dialogue. INTRODUCTION TO DESIGN THINKING Allows students to connect research skills with collaborative and innovative thought schemes. RESEARCH PROJECT Tutored by programme lecturers and companies associated with MIDI. Postgraduate Diploma in Innovation and Design Thinking Start date: March. ECTS Credits: 30 Language: Spanish or English groups Qualification: Postgraduate Diploma in Coolhunting. Design and Global Trends, degree awarded by Pompeu Fabra University (UPF) and ELISAVA School of Design and Engineering of Barcelona. Schedule: Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, from 5 to 9.15 p.m. Structure INTRODUCTION AND CONTEXT An overview of the Design Thinking world, methods used and key concepts. Creation of work teams and project brief. DT CENTRAL WORKSHOP This is the collaborative venue where work teams pose, develop and apply the innovation proposals resulting from their research. Debate and experimentation space. THEMATIC SEMINARS AND FORUMS With lecturers, tutors and invited speakers who offer technical and academic support to work done in the central workshop and other workshops. INNOVATION WORKSHOPS Focused on specific areas of Design Thinking processes, they help students develop their skills in designing services, experiences, prototypes, tests and co-creation activities. Hosted by invited lecturers, groups and practitioners in the innovation sector. BUSINESS TOOLS They help students connect the dots between innovation, production and business, from the client’s perspective. INTRODUCTION TO DESIGN THINKING Allows students to connect research skills with collaborative and innovative thought schemes. RESEARCH PROJECT Tutored by programme lecturers and companies associated with MIDI. 3 - ELISAVA - Master’s Degree in Research for Design and Innovation
  • 4. Teaching staff URI ALTELL. Founder of Strike Agency, manager of the IN- EDIT Festival and the Absolut Lab in Madrid, coolhunter and experiential marketing expert, he has developed projects for Absolut, Beefeater and numerous multinational firms. FRANCESC ARAGALL DESIGN FOR ALL FOUNDATION. Includes the leaders of the firms, the institutions, and the governments that see the need to improve their organisations’ attitude towards sustainability and human diversity. www.designforall.org BARBARA BARRERA. Specialist in digital and network marketing issues and researcher of marketing and design trends. She has developed projects for Casa Decor. She currently works as business consultant. www.localcuatro.com JORDI BELIL. Director of Belil Innovation Branding for over 25 years, he has developed projects for the massive consume market in all sectors. Current director of the Master’s Degree in Branding at ELISAVA. www.brnk.com CHRISTINA BIFANO. Fabrics and surface designer. She currently works as a fabrics and surface designer in Milkprint Studios, NYC and London, with premier clients like Marc Jacobs, Michael Kors, H&M and MANGO. Carlos Blanco. Business leader, investor and business angel of the Internet and communication technologies world, he has developed products and services for multiple platforms. Grupo ITNet, ITNET Consulting Business SL and Ocio Media Interactiva SL. http://grupoitnet.com/ David Caraben Van der meer. TV producer and TV3 script writer. He can be defined as a passionate man in everything he likes. Musician and singer of Mishima. www.myspace.com/intomishima Karen Church. Scientific researcher in Telefónica, specialized in the future behaviour of the users in what refers to the access to information and to the search parameters in mobility social networks. Karen Church is PhD from University College Dublin. In 2012 she gives the workshop “Designing and Deploying Mobile User Studies in the Wild: a Practical Guide” in the scientific congress of mobile interaction MobileHCI, San Francisco. @ KarenChurch MERY CUESTA. Exhibition curator, art researcher, comic illustrator and drummer, she has carried out various projects on urban cultures and urban tribes. www.merycuesta.com Jose Antonio Gago. Ineedit. Founding member of Ineedit, R&D ex-director at Lèkué. Design manager geared toward innovation and the definition of new projects based on Design Thinking. “My aim is helping companies to identify opportunities and define products that trigger experiences and emotional bonds with the user”. www.lekue.es Victor Gil. Partner and director of The Cocktail Analysis, author of the book titled Coolhunting. Sociologist, consultant and analyst of consumption, marketing, communication and new technology trends. He is member of Aedemo and APG Spain. http://victorgil.com STEVEN MACGREGOR. PhD in Philosophy, with a degree in Design, Strategy and Innovation Management Engineering from Stanford University. Associate Professor at Pompeu Fabra University. He carries out research and consulting projects. www.macstrong.es DANIELA MARZAVAN. Senior Lecturer of the HTW Fachhochschule für Technik und Wirtschaf Berlin, she has specialised in co-working, developing projects such as Betahaus Berlin and Lisbon. JOSEP MARIA MONGUET. PhD in industrial engineering and lecturer at the Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingeniería Inudstrial de Barcelona (UPC). Founding member of the company SICTA. Coordinator of the industry cluster of the i2Cat Foundation. Researcher interested in the innovation of business models based on ICT application. www.i2cat.net/es CARLA MONTANE. Specialized sociologist in qualitative research, Consultant in innovation for co-creation processes and multidisciplinary teams in sectors such as new technologies, automation, fashion and consumer products. CLAUDIA NICOLAI. She studied Business and Social Sciences and received her PhD in intercultural marketing in the University of Potsdam. For the past two years she has been faculty academic coordinator at D-School (Hasso Plattnet Institute of Design) in the University of Potsdam. www.hpi.uni-potsdam.de Jordi Prats. At Ineedit he has been at the head of the Industrial Project Department in Eddaddesign. One of these projects has been the coordination of a small vehicle for which we have created the prototype in a year. He currently offers consulting services to design studios and clients in Spain and other countries, through Ineedit. www.ineedit.es MERCEDES QUEVEDO. Blogger and fashion trend analyst. In recent years she has blogged about industry and fashion trends on El fashionista Barcelona. http://elfashionista.net/ ALESSANDRO RANCATI. Cum Laude Graduate in Architecture from Milan Polytechnic in 1996. Founding member of Liquidsquare, Inc. in Miami, and of Dirección Creativa. Author and developer of “The Map of Design Thinking” and collaborator with the Future Concept Lab, Milan. His track record includes generating concepts and scenarios. www.direccioncreativa.es ORIOL RIBERA PRATS. Telecommunications Engineer from UPC. He starts his working career at Hitachi, Japan, in 1998. In 2000, he designs part of the first Facebook for Nokia, pioneering software at a world level. In 2003, he creates his own mobility start-up –Genaker-. He joins Telefónica I+D in 2007, from which he leads the Barcelona Living Lab for the Mobile World capital candidacy, personally presented to the GSMA leadership in February 2011. That summer, the GSMA selected Barcelona as world mobility venue “Mobile World Capital”. @oriolribera JAUME RIPOLL. In his career, he has straddled journalism and the audiovisual industry. He worked for six years at Manga Films. In 2005 he went to work for Cameo, where he managed online communication and the e-commerce department via the Filmin Project. www.cameo.es RAMON SANGÜESA COCREATING CULTURES Co-founder and director of Innovación, Citilab and Laboratorio Ciudadano. Director of application development at the advanced Internet i2cat Foundation. Barcelona CHRISTIAN SCHÄRMER. Designer and audiovisual producer currently residing in Berlin. Founder of the Testphase collective, co-founder of the Proxi Design studio and creative director at Full6Berlin, a synchronised marketing agency. Arne van Oosterom. Founding member of DesignThinkers Amsterdam, company specialised in New Marketing, Design Thinking and Design of Services. They work with an international network of clients, with local and national governments, NGOs and 4 - ELISAVA - Master’s Degree in Research for Design and Innovation
  • 5. companies such as Philips, Shell International, Greenpeace, the city of Amsterdam, the city of Apeldoorn, the Amsterdam ministry of Financial Affairs, etc. www.designthinkers.nl Speakers and guest lecturers JUANITA ACEVEDO SEGURA. Customer service specialist. ANTONI AROLA. Studi Arola. IGNASI BONJOCH. Director of Bonjoch Asociados. AGUSTIN DE URIBE, MARTÍN GÓMEZ. Editorial Parramón. MARTA DOMINGUEZ. Author of the book entitled Coolhunting. IKER ERAZUKIN. Chef. EDOARDO FANO. XAVIER FORT. TERESA HELBIG. Fashion designer. MERTXE HERNANDEZ, CELESTINO GARCIA. From Mango. ENRIC JAULENT. MARIANA MENDEZ. Fashion product and complement designer. CARLOS MESONERO-ROMANOS. ALEX MURRAY. From Chicks on Speed. ELISABETTA PASINI. ELISAVA guest lecturer. Senior Consultant at Future Concept Lab. TOMOKO SAKAMOTO. Editor. DANIEL WEISS. European project executor, Leonardo programme. Partnership ELISAVA alumni will benefit from a 10% discount on the total amount of the course. Members of the ELISAVA Professional Association enjoy a 15% reduction. The teaching staff is likely to change according to reasons beyond the course programme. ELISAVA reserves the right to make changes in programming as well as the right to suspend the course two weeks before it starts if not reached the minimum number of participants, without further obligation of the amounts paid by each participant. Master’s and Postgraduate Degree programmes schedules can be expanded according to the selected course activities (weekends included). SPACE DESIGN AND ARCHITECTURE The main goal of this area is to train professionals in strategies research, innovation, and creation; and in the conceptualization in the design field. The professional will acquire methodological (cool hunting, design thinking, design management…) and strategic (brand, innovation, retail…) skills, which will give him or her widen view of design, promoting his or her tactician side. It is aimed at: graduates in design, product design, engineering in industrial design; and other gradu- ates in the fields of engineering, technology, pro- duction, environment, urban planning, geography, and tourism studies. Graduates in architecture, architectural technology, building engineering, landscape architecture, and interior design. Special- ists in communication, marketing, social sciences, business administration, fashion design, innovation processes, creativity, services design, and fashion product management. Graduates in fine arts. Master Degrees Research for Design and Innovation Branding Retail Space: Retail Design Design of Cultural Devices Advanced Design Management: Strategy and Entrepreneurship POSTGRADUATE DEGREES Coolhunting.Design and GlobalTrends Innovation and DesignThinking Brands,Core of Communication Innovating through Brands Retail Design.Design and Space: Shopping Retail Design.Design and Concept: Branding Design ofAreas for Knowledge and Participation. Cultural Symbiotic Innovation Design of Exhibition Integrated Projects. There and BackTools 5 - ELISAVA - Master’s Degree in Research for Design and Innovation

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