FLEXIBLE
LEARNING
STRATEGIES

Education Innovation Lab For Out Of School Children

FLEXIBLE
LEARNING
STRATEGIES

Education Innovation Lab For Out Of School Children

FLEXIBLE
LEARNING
STRATEGIES

Education Innovation Lab For Out Of School Children

previous arrow
next arrow
Slider
JOIN US!
Sign up for regular news updates on out of school children

Home News Learning Outcomes Designing with Empathy: What Inclusive Design Means for Education and Workplace Architecture

Designing with Empathy: What Inclusive Design Means for Education and Workplace Architecture

7
0
Story Source: Metropolis ~ Go to Original Article

Designing for inclusive workplaces and education spaces is a subversive act. That was the gist of a recent Metropolis Think Tank panel discussion, held at the Chicago office of CannonDesign.

But why subversive? According to George Aye of Greater Good Studio, a Chicago design consultancy that works exclusively with mission-driven organizations, designers are empowered by clients (such as governments and corporations) to effect change at the level of the city, for good and naught…………