Proof in Design: ASID Outcome of Design Awards 2020 Winners
Hear from the 2020 Outcome of Design Awards winners and sponsors, and learn how to build projects that yield research results and effectively communicate the impact of your design solutions to clients and other stakeholders.
Celebrating the power of design, the ASID Outcome of Design Awards highlight new tools and processes in design, strategy, technology, and research. The 2020 winning projects, the Sensory Wellbeing Hub by HKS and M Moser Associates Living Lab by M Moser Associates, successfully demonstrate the measurable effect of projects on people in spaces. Learn from the winners as they detail their processes and the human-centric results of their work. You will walk away with actionable approaches to design your projects with the goal of measuring results to yield research outcomes and support continuous learning. The 2020 Outcome of Design Awards are presented by ASID, in partnership with Herman Miller and Mohawk Group, with Metropolis as media partner.
This is a recording of a webinar presented on June 17, 2020.
What You Will Learn
- Identify the key outcomes of this year’s successful design solutions.
- Summarize how award winners utilized new tools and processes in design, strategy, technology, and research to focus on the quantifiable effect of projects on people in spaces.
- Outline some of the ways that the award winners measured their impact of their design solutions.
- Evaluate trends and innovations in human-centric design as demonstrated by the award-winning solutions.
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Access Period: One year from registration date.
Lisa Adams, NCIDQ
Principal, Senior Interior Designer, HKS, Inc.
Lisa Adams is a Senior Interior Designer and Principal at HKS. She partners closely with HKS Research to produce forward-thinking design solutions. She is one of the founding Steering Committee members of Citizen HKS, a consortium of design professionals within HKS working on public interest design projects. Lisa’s commercial and healthcare spaces have won awards both nationally and internationally. Lisa’s volunteer work in public interest design includes five years with Designs for Dignity. She currently sits on the DIFFA board and formerly sat on the board for The Right Livelihood Project.
Senior Associate – Workplace Strategist, M Moser Associates
Grant and his team are on a mission to unlock high performance in clients' businesses and cultures. The core of his work is supporting organizations in making transformative change not only in their workplace, but also in their culture. Grant uses his expertise to create environments that reflect the needs and objectives of the client organization. Additionally, he works with clients to explore and implement how the digital environment can support organizational performance.
Jackie Dettmar, Industry Partner ASID
Vice President of Design and Product Development, Mohawk Group
Jackie is an industry veteran with almost three decades of diverse experience. She leads the Design and Product Development Studios at Mohawk Group in Dalton, GA and is responsible for the brand's showrooms. She has designed flooring solutions ranging from luxury high end wool product for Ralph Lauren, to corporate tile products for Google and Amazon, to historic woven renovation products. With a B.S. in Textile Science and an MBA, Jackie considers herself a creative scientist. She believes that design impacts all aspects of business and that creative thinkers can change the world.
Avinash Rajagopal is the editor-in-chief of Metropolis magazine. He is an expert on product and interior design in the digital age, is a historian of contemporary design, and frequently speaks at key industry events. He is the author of Hacking Design (Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, 2013) and has contributed to numerous volumes on architecture and design, including Adhocracy (Istanbul Design Biennial, 2012), Making Africa (Vitra Design Museum, 2015), and Atlas of Furniture Design (Vitra Design Museum, forthcoming). Avinash has lectured on design history and writing at the School of Visual Arts, New York; the University of Texas at Austin; and the National Institute of Design, India.
Director of Workplace Futures and Insight, Herman Miller
Joseph White brings over 15 years of design experience to Herman Miller’s ongoing research into human-focused workplace design and executing strategies around those findings. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Interior Design from the University of Tennessee, where his studies opened up explorations into nonverbal communication, color theory, and the interactions between people and their environments. From this academic core, he built a professional vita around one fundamental belief: that everything is connected.
Susan Chung, Ph.D. (Moderator)
Director of Research and Knowledge Management, ASID
Susan Chung, Ph.D., focuses on the impact of design research. She connects design with research to improve human experiences in the interior environment, translates research into applicable design implications, and conducts research projects that create meaningful positive impacts. She comes from an interior design background, holding a BA from Michigan State University and an MID from the University of Florida. She integrated interior design with behavioral research for her doctorate degree in Human Behavior and Design at Cornell University, with a focus on design attributes related to creativity in workplace environments.