The GOOD’19 conference took place in London on 27th June 2019. We had a huge success and much positive response. A big big thank you to everyone for contributing to a great event and joining the reflective conversations.
GOOD = Great Outdoors of Design
GOOD conferences bring together design researchers from around the world to share experiences and jointly reflect on organisations, economies and societies in transition – and particularly on the strategic roles, design researchers play in helping to make these changes happen.
Who is it for?
GOOD19 is the perfect event for early adopters and thought leaders with an interest in engaging with the latest thoughts and views on global design research. They will encounter inspiring examples, engaging discussions and new ideas. Previous audiences included design and research practitioners (both in-house and consultants), managers, academics, and students – especially early adopters who are keen to exchange their points of view with other thought leaders in the field. All benefitting from reflective practices that sharpen their thinking towards important implications for their practice.
We are very excited to share our dream line-up of speakers for GOOD ‘19. These inspiring speakers have
expertise in different domains and contexts all over the world, and are pioneers in the field of design research Our line-up isn’t yet complete so check back as we’ll be adding more names, and announce our schedule soon.
When and where?
GOOD19 is a full day conference, taking place on 27 June in London at Plexal – the new innovation centre at the Olympic Parc. This venue is a good fit for our offering a mix of presentations on international case studies and extensive discussions in small groups among the audience.
Who is organising this?
The conference is supported by REACH network. At the previous GOOD conferences, our speakers came from all corners of the world, including Europe, Asia and North and South America. Follow us on twitter to always be fully up to date! @GOOD19_London @reachnetworkHCD