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15 APRIL 2013

CHARACTERIZED 2013: live character design tournament

CHARACTERIZED Kuala Lumpur 2013, Tuesday 30 April 2013, 7:00pm, MAPKL, Black Box–Publika, Dutamas, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

"Over the past few decades, Malaysia has been bearing a rapidly fast changing landscape within the creative industries. As Malaysia establishes its national creative policy to be at sync with the heartbeat of the emerging global creative economy – there has been nationwide expansion of creative establishments, particularly in graphic design, motion, product and web design. From here numerous surfacing of young budding talents and self initiated art collectives – all adhere with a single aspiration – and that is to create a vibrant and energetic design scene that is not only modern but also infused with a rich cultural heritage."

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Simon Perkins
22 OCTOBER 2012

KBU Interior Architecture & Design Student Club

"KBU Interior Architecture and Design (KBUIAD) club is a platform for all KBU IAD students to showcase projects, get updated with the upcoming events in the school and share information and thoughts related to Interior Architecture & Design."

(Chiang Siew Leng, Malaysia)

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CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
19 SEPTEMBER 2012

Design Thinking: DesignLab's 2-day Workshop in Kuala Lumpur

"DesignLab© is a 2 days Design Thinking workshop that introduces professionals from multi–disciplined industries to work as a collective to create solutions using design process. Participant will be able to adopt a system and use it repetitively in solving the most complex challenges by understanding the process that is involved.

With today's global economy, design thinking does not only allow us to be individually innovative, but also appreciation the collaborative spirit of eclectic ideas, better team building to produce solutions that are unique and creative.

In this DesignLab©, Granma Inc from Japan will be collaborating with us by providing real world issues and the selected project from Designlab© will be chosen as a part of solution provided at places most underserved on our planet. Some of the countries Granma Inc are involved are in rural spaces of India, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Bangladash (sic) and other developing nations. With the collaboration, participants will be able to experience the importance of Design Thinking as an important innovation tool in their lives and others."

(Thinklab, 2012)

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2012Bangladesh • collaborative spirit • create solutions • creating unique solutions • creative industries • creative solutions • creative think tank • design processdesign thinkingdeveloping nations • eclectic ideas • Granma Inc • Indiainnovation and creativityinnovation processinnovation seminarsinterdisciplinaryJapanKuala Lumpur • Make Condition Design (agency) • MalaysiamultidisciplinarityMyanmar • real world issues • real-world designrural spaces • solving complex challenges • Sri Lanka • team-building • working as a collective • workshop

CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
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