Sheng-Hung Lee, IDSA
Designer and Researcher, MIT AgeLab
Sheng-Hung Lee is an MIT AgeLab researcher, MIT xPRO course experience designer, MIT Office of Sustainability fellow, and Vice Chair of the Industrial Designers Society of America (IDSA) Boston Chapter. He is inspired by multiple domains of knowledge and different perspectives, and he thrives on creating new value for clients on multi-disciplinary teams. He is trained as an industrial designer and electrical engineer, and his approach to problem solving is influenced by his passion for how design and technology impact and can be integrated into society. Lee has been focusing on organizational designs that create systemic impacts. He has invited to be a jury member for multiple international design competitions including IDEA, Spark Design Award, and IDA Award, etc.
Reimagining Remote Co-creation During COVID
Thurs - Sept 23
10:15 am EDT
The challenge of hosting and designing interactive and informative remote co-creation workshops has become urgent and important, especially in the context of the global lockdown caused by COVID. The lockdown has not only influenced the entire creative industry, but also blocked the channels for design zealots to approach innovative and creative resources. Thus, rethinking the remote workshop experience with co-creation tools and frameworks has become significant and emergent.
This workshop introduces the MAKE TO: GATHER (MTG) class at MIT as a case study. MTG is an experience design initiative aiming at bringing tangible and accessible prototype toolkits, frameworks, and experience to educational virtual co-creation scenarios. We will invite participants to experience the journey of remote co-creation, utilize co-creation design principles to unlock their creative potentials, and rethink the new possibilities of remote co-creation in the post-COVID world.