Luncheon with
Azul 7

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August 29th, 12:00pm
until 1:15pm

International Market Square

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Design Thinking: Why We Need It Now More Than Ever

Design thinking is a hot topic with plenty of followers and critics, but at its core, it’s a problem-solving approach that we need now more than ever. As marketing budgets continue to shrink and companies search for ways to innovate and stay relevant, a human-centered design approach encourages the design of things worth advertising rather than clever advertisements for things we don’t need. Design is more than aesthetics—when done right, it can help solve much larger problems facing our society today.

In this presentation Denny Royal, Principal of Azul 7, will talk about the role of design as not just an aesthetic exercise at the end of a project, but a strategic advantage that helps organizations to better meet the needs of their users.

Denny Royal, Azul 7

As a principal and Azul 7’s design thinking practice leader, Denny Royal has grown and nurtured the organization’s human-centered design approach. Denny’s background in design research, customer experience, brand, design and technology allows him to help clients in the fields of travel, financial services, education, health, wellness and health care solve challenges from a holistic perspective. He holds a deep interest in behavior design with the goal of encouraging real behavior change rather than incremental improvement and speaks regularly at health care and design industry conferences and events advocating for a human-centered approach to the design process.

Doors open at 11:30 a.m.
Presentation from 12:00–1:15 p.m.

Location

International Market Square
275 Market Street, Studio 185
Minneapolis, MN
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Registration

Individual / Small Group Rates » Walk In Registration is Available
  • AIGA Member: Trustee / Leader / Sustainer / Supporter / Educator | $30, or $40 after August 28
  • AIGA Member: Contributor | $40, or $50 after August 28
  • AIGA Member: Student | $25, or $40 after after August 28
  • All Nonmembers | $50, or $60 after after August 28
Table of Ten (10) Group Rates » Walk In Registration is Available
  • AIGA Member | $250
  • All Nonmembers | $400
Online registration closes Wednesday, August 28 at 5:00pm CST
(or when tickets are sold out, whichever comes first)

About Luncheons

Luncheons are an ongoing series featuring local or regional speakers from within the design community and are designed to inform and enlighten the AIGA constituency on a variety of timely, design-related topics.

If you need special assistance, please contact Sam Michaels, Director of Legacy Programming, one week before the event so we can make the necessary arrangements.


About AIGA Membership

Learn more about AIGA’s new membership structure with a variety of affordable rate levels and exceptional benefits.


Thanks to our 2013 Luncheons sponsors for their enthusiastic support of our members.

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Responses to Luncheon with
Azul 7

  1. Hi — I’m interested in attending. How do I register?

  2. Hi Karen,

    When registration is available a link will be posted on this page. Keep your eyes peeled, it should be soon.

    We look forward to seeing you there!
    Sam Michaels

    Director of Legacy Programming, AIGA Minnesota

  3. Hi,

    Are the tickets still available. It’s not showing anything, or a button to purchase the tickets.

    Thank you,

  4. Hi Akanksha,

    Yes! We definitely still have tickets.

    You can use the “Register now” button/link (the blue box) just to the left of the plaid pattern at the top of the page.

    Any other questions, feel free to email me directly, too. Legacy@aigaminnesota.org

    Sam Michaels
    Director of Legacy Programming

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