Juhan Sonin and the other speakers we've called on for this event are thought leaders who represent a range of perspectives that are sure to inspire as well as inform,” said Chiranit Prateepasen, President of AIGA Boston.
Arlington, Massachusetts (PRWEB) September 21, 2017
On the evening of October 10, 2017, AIGA Boston, one of the largest chapters of the AIGA, the largest design industry organization in the world, is hosting “The Changing Boston Designscape”. This event is part of the citywide HUBweek 2017 celebration, Boston's festival for the future. With a purpose “to explore the future being built in Boston at the intersections of art, science, and technology,” the event features five executives from regional corporations and innovation organizations. Among the speakers is Juhan Sonin, principal at GoInvo, an Arlington, MA-based healthcare design and innovation firm, and a nationally-recognized speaker who regularly presents on these subjects across the country.
“Boston is a global epicenter where science and technology meet,” said Mr. Sonin. “We are fortunate to be among the leaders in biosciences, while also being pioneers in software and emerging technologies. Design has been essential to emerging technologies for decades, but is only now integrating into the sciences. This evolution promises not just opportunity for designers but incredible potential for the products and environments of the future which we will all enjoy.”
“It's important for the Boston design community to adjust to, anticipate and help drive changes in design practice. Juhan Sonin and the other speakers we've called on for this event are thought leaders who represent a range of perspectives that are sure to inspire as well as inform,” said Chiranit Prateepasen, President of AIGA Boston and Lead User Experience Designer, Pegasystems.
While the event runs from 6:30 pm until 8:30 pm on Tuesday, October 10, the doors open at 6:15 pm. Held at the iconic John Hancock Tower at 197 Clarendon Street in downtown Boston, “The Changing Boston Designscape” is open to the public and free for all attendees. To learn more visit the web site for the event at: http://boston.aiga.org/event/the-changing-boston-designscape/