Angers, November 13-14th: Training Session on Semiology and Expert Qualitative Methods

Semiology, ethnography, creative workshops, idea generation… How can these approaches help better understand publics, improve branding and accelerate innovation? For private companies as for public institutions, innovation is more and more important today: undestanding one’s targets and finding development opportunities are key to open the organization to its future. Expert qualitative methods can help much:

Château de Montsoreau: birth of a museum, augmented by co-creation

The Château de Montsoreau re-opened in April of 2016, with the installation of the Philippe Méaille collection. The locations is now devoted to contemporary art. To help define the Château’s new identity, “co-creation” assistance was sought. Now that the opening is accomplished, how does the site look? Here’s a glance at already visible signs of

Angers, June 20th, 2017: Semiology and Design Thinking Training

How to collaboratively design innovative and meaningful projects? Innovation is more and more important for public organizations. Co-conception, creativity management and methods hybridization help innovate and renew project management. Design Thinking and Semiology are two methods to develop and augment innovation. Combining them makes innovation an operational process. How to collaboratively design innovative and meaningful

Orlando, April 28th, 2017: Our talk at the American Institute of Architects Convention

“Sense and the City: Active Design and Slowness” How can design profit from semiology and ethnography to aid the emotional value of place? How can it help balance active design principles that encourage physical activity with the shaping of urban oases of calm? In collaboration with the City of New York’s Department of Design and Construction, SemioTiPS