Lectures on design education will be held in the Baekryong Art Center by professional lecturers and educators in visual design, typography, information design, UI & UX design, animation, and illustration. There will be 2 keynote presentations and 23 lectures held over the three day conference. It will be a meaningful time to share opinions on practical design and design education through presentations focusing on research projects and examples.
Our primary goal is to give participating schools the opportunity to showcase their academic pedagogy and student work to a global audience of design professionals, which will help to raise the profile of the school, and increase its status within the international design education community.
We seek to create a forum for:The exchange of international design methodologies, influences, and inspiration for students and faculty.
Learning and inspiration from leading designers on their global experiences and trends via keynote presentations and lectures.
Cultivating symbolic, dynamic, and interdisciplinary exchanges between design education, design research, and industry.
The field of design education has experienced a paradigm shift in recent years, driven by several factors. Here are some of the critical changes driving this shift:
A focus on problem-solving
A move toward interdisciplinary collaboration
A greater emphasis on social responsibility
A shift to digital technologies
Disruption of traditional teaching methods
A focus on lifelong learning
Overall, the paradigm shift in design education reflects a broader trend toward a more interdisciplinary, problem-solving design approach focused on creating socially responsible and sustainable solutions. This requires designers to be adaptable, collaborative, and committed to lifelong learning.