Video-Interview with Lidija Pritržnik, Gorenje Design Studio (Slovenia)
Lidija Pritržnik: “What have I learnt today? Maybe just one more practice and different views on similar processes. But, what actually was actually good to reflect on is what to do if you cannot get to the results that you expected. Time is important, as well as the organization of the team, and the experience of people in it, if you want to have certain results for sure in a given time” #TrainTheTrainers #CoCreate
CO-CREATE is a European cooperation project that will create and distribute a brand new curriculum on co-design: a set of valuable design skills that has gained increased relevance in recent years and can no longer be ignored. The curriculum will allow education institutions across Europe to provide their students with all the hands-on knowledge they will need to apply this process to their future professional practice.
CO-CREATE has been made possible with the aid of European funding, made available through the Erasmus+ framework.
It is an initiative of six partners committed to supporting the creative industries sector across Europe: Creative Region (Austria), University of Art and Design (Austria), Academy of Fine Arts and Design (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia), Deusto University (Spain), Creative Industry Kosice (Slovakia) and the European Creative Business Network (The Netherlands).