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How Do You Do

HDYD

40 digitally super-creative minds will let you in on their working processes

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During How Do You Do (HDYD), 40 digital heroes from all over the world will share their ideas and tips & tricks with you. In rapidly alternating sessions they will tell you all about the development of their projects, the pitfalls and the roads to success from their own designer experience practices.

From diverse backgrounds these makers will zoom in on their take on converting innovation into technologies – from artificial intelligence and 3D Manufacturing to Robotics & Playing with Tech. Pull up a chair, enter into a dialogue and get an exclusive look behind the scenes of these super-creative minds and their working practices.

Compile your own HDYD programme: 9 tables, 9 themes, 5 x 40-minute rounds!

Themes:
3D MANUFACTURING / SEAL THE DEAL / CREATED BY ROBOTS  / IOT / NARRATIVE DESIGN / RAPID PROTOTYPING / ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE / RESPONSIBLE DESIGN / PLAYING WITH TECH

Digital heroes:
Lilian Stolk (emoji expert), Tessie Hartjes (drone researcher), Angelo VermeulenLeanne Wijnsma (experience designer), Deepak Metha (3D evangelist), Dries Depoorter (media artist), Georgina Voss (3D), Martine de Wit (DUS Architects), Anner Tiete (Beyond.io), Abel Groenewolt (computational design), Mohamad Zairi Baharom (wearables), Wietse van der Werf (social entrepreneur), Sjef van Gaalen (IoT clash strategist), Marcel Schouwenaar (prototyped), Roos Meerman (product designer), Henrique Nascimento (designer), Jet Gispen (design ethics), Isabel Mager (critical designer), Ton Rooijmans (architect), Léon Spikker van Studio RAP (3D), Pieter Diepenmaat (modern inventor), Jan Belon (Iot Manifesto), Mathias Gmachl (loop.Ph), Jasper van Loenen, Pierre van den Oord (IoT), Ronald Teijken (IoT evangelist), Fabian Breës (designer), Anthony Liekens (R&D director), The Incredible Machine en Marieke Nooren.

 

This is the fourth edition of HDYD. Previous editions took place at the STRP Festival in Eindhoven, during the Creative Media Days in Gent (Belgium) and at the Biodesign exhibition in Rotterdam.

HDYD@RDM is an initiative of FUTURE FLUX FESTIVAL in collaboration with Het Nieuwe Instituut, Antwerp Powered By Creatives and BNA Academie.

The programme has been compiled by Veerle Devreese (Cornelis Serveert). Guest curators Sanne van der Beek and Tijmen Schep each selected four of their favorite makers and projects.