Register now for the novel design thinking methodology for urban mobility challenges

The Urban Mobility Integration (UMI) project partners are launching a free 4-day workshop on a novel design thinking methodology for urban mobility challenges.

The workshop will be led by Prof. Ezri Tarazi from the Design Tech department of Technion – Israel Institute of Technology
Prof. Tarazi is an industrial designer and educator. Using his extensive background in design from co-founding the IDEO branch in Israel and establishing new education programmes in design to working as a partner with multiple tech startups, Prof. Tarazi has developed a novel Design methodology called “The Y357 Code“. 

This new framework uniquely integrates aspects of Design Thinking, lean Startup, and agile methodologies to foster innovation in the area of urban mobility with less risk and with more insights into the runes of the future. 

Info in a nutshell

  1. Learn to apply a new 7-Step Problem Solving methodology, Y357, from the creator and design expert Ezri Tarazi himself
  2. Develop new solutions for mobility challenges presented by our city partners
  3. Experience an immersive user-centric approach to solving problems
  4. Stoke the fire of your entrepreneurial spirit with weekly feedback from Ezri Tarazi & our team of experts

Timeline

Over the course of two weeks (part-time) participants will form teams while learning and applying the Y357 integrated methodology with the most pressing Urban Mobility challenges from our city partners.
This workshop consists of 4 sessions spread out over a two week period, starting on 7 July until 17 July.

Who can apply?

  • Teams or individuals
  • Professionals working in mobility, staff from municipalities and students studying topics related to mobility
  • Anyone who is an enthusiast and interested in mobility challenges

The event will be fully online and is free of charge.

Info webinar

Do you want to get more details regarding this design methodology and the workshop? Join the information webinar on 29 June at 9.30-10.30 CET. Register here!

Registration for the workshop

Click here for all details and to register for the workshop!

Deadline for registrations: 6 July 2020