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In this brief overview, Leyla gives you an introduction to the Disruptive Design Approach to exploring complex problem arenas and making positive change in the world.
Take this free class to get a clear idea of how the UnSchool online classes work, and dip your toes into the exciting world of Disruptive Design. After viewing this short 3-part introductory class, you will understand how Disruptive Design is different from traditional design thinking in its positive approach to problem solving and its commitment to sustainability. You will gain a deeper understanding of what the DD Method is, explore how you can build new capabilities through the DD Methodology set and discover what classes to take to start you on your learning journey.
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Designer and social change agent Dr. Leyla Acaroglu is internationally recognized as a leading expert in the fields of disruptive design, sustainability, design, and education. As an award winning designer, UNEP Champion of the Earth, social scientist and entrepreneur, Leyla developed the Disruptive Design Method and designs cerebrally activating experiences, gamified toolkits, and unique educational experiences that help people make the status quo obsolete. Her mainstage TED talk on sustainability has been viewed over a million times, and she leads presentations for governments, industry and educational initiatives around the world on activating positive social and environmental change through creative interventions. She is the founder of the UnSchool of Disruptive Design, and two design agencies, Disrupt Design and Eco Innovators. Her classes are dyanamic and she has been described as the Doctor of Change.