Tweet the Future of Design in Six Words — and Win a Prize!

by Wendy Soon on December 16, 2013

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Here is a game to challenge the creativity in you. To all the designers out there (and I know that every single one of you has a designer in you), what do you think is the future of design? Not what design is to you right now, but what do you envision design to mean, in 10/20/100 years to come? Exercise your wildest imaginations, and in SIX words tell us “What does the Future of Design look like”? Remember, 6 words, no more and no less. And we’ll be announcing winners on the day of the event after the session!

How to Submit
So get your creative gear on! To submit your greatest idea, Write a tweet with the six words on the future of design, and include #FutureDesign #Igniter6Word @Vorkspace

Tweet to Win

Examples:

 Design of Future is device agnostic #FutureDesign #Igniter6word @Vorkspace

 Design disappears completely in the Future #FutureDesign #Igniter6word @Vorkspace

 It’s all about User, Usability, UX #FutureDesign #Igniter6word @Vorkspace

One Two Three Four Five Six #FutureDesign #Igniter6word @Vorkspace

Start Tweeting now! And remember, share your tweets and get as many of your friends to retweet them as possible, to increase your chances to win! No limits to the number of entries submitted per person. Contest ends 17th Dec 2013 (Tuesday), 730pm PST. Winners will be announced at our next meetup.

(winners must be present at the meetup to redeem prizes).

Prizes
A total of 6 winners with the best ideas will be selected based on the number of “retweets” and “favorites” of your idea, as well as our internal panel of judges. Winners will receive one of the following attractive prizes:

  1. Signed copy of Don Norman’s latest book “Design of Every Day Things”
  2. Mrs. Moskowitz’s Munchies Gift bag.

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