Understanding and Scaling the Impact of Design

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Understanding and Scaling the Impact of Design

The Measured Summit: Measuring the Impact of Social Design on Human Health
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Does human centered design lead to better health outcomes? The #MeasuredSummit will explore this & more, 1/24 in NYC http://measured.design/

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Jake Porway, Founder DataKind

Wednesday, December 7, 2016 - 1:00pm

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Does human centered design lead to better health outcomes?
Does it make patients smarter and more informed?
Can it make health care companies more innovative and successful?
Can it improve delivery of products and services?
Come find out.

You should come because you’ll leave with:

Clarity about what social design is (in all its names).
A shared understanding of how it is being used by leading organizations and practitioners.
An overview of current evaluation methods.
Ideas for how to apply design, and how to measure its results in your own work.
New friends and colleagues who care about using design to solve social and business challenges.

This is not your average gathering.

Measured isn’t a typical conference of ideas, inspiration and innovation (though there will be plenty of those). This is a summit where leading funders and practitioners learn, share and create tools. Our goal is to offer an engaging learning experience, providing attendees with practical information that is applicable to their organizations and practices.

Join us on January 24th, 2017 at the School of Visual Arts Beatrice Theater, NYC

http://measured.design/

Keywords: Education | School of Visual Arts - Design for Social Innovation | design | impact

CAMPAIGN: Why DSI

CONTENT: Press Release