Makeweekend Workshops is a chance for students like yourself to experience the design thinking process, which includes better understanding a problem or situation, brainstorming solutions to those problems and quickly coming up with prototypes to solve speciﬁc problems.
The purpose of this workshop is to help you understand and applying the design thinking process in your everyday life. school, work and everything in between. These skills will be valuable when you are looking for employment, starting your own projects and solving everyday challenges.
The timeline below represents the learning process that students go through during our Makeweekend Workshops.
Here’s what you’ll get when you join the Makeweekend Workshops.
Kal has nearly a decade of experience in consulting, investment, and guiding clients in innovation and business strategy. He currently heads design thinking and new product development at the Social Innovation Lab. He also a key designer and facilitator behind Makeweekend, Malaysia’s largest platform for makers and doers. Having worked across North America, the middle East and Asia, he brings to bear cross cultural experience to projects.
Hakim is a marketer and serial entrepreneur. He is the founder of several startups. Over the course of his career, Hakim has served clients raging from Sapura, to Nestle and MDEC. Hakim is also the founder of thisisbinding, an online printing service. He currently heads the Makeweekend programme at Tandemic and works on new software product development.
I enjoyed the workshop very much, and I felt that if there was one thing that I'd to comment on, is how valuable this workshop will be for fellows who will be starting their projects next year. I think Design Thinking process is a good way for people who are not used to building business plans from scratch.
- Kok Hin Cheah
Thanks for running the event! It certainly was insightful and got me thinking the entire time.
- Andrew Lew
Thanks for organising such an amazing and practical event. Definitely enlightening! All thumbs and fingers and toes up! Keep doing the good work!
- Sara Rijal
Once again, thank you for having such a great workshop - I think I speak on behalf of all the TFM fellows that we learnt a lot, especially for us 2013 ones.
- Stephanie Tan
Thanks so much, I really enjoyed Makeweekend Education - it gives a lot of perspective to what I do in Teach for Malaysia.
- Adam McKenna
Your feedback is most useful and I will certainly take heed of any advice dispensed.
- Joe Fong
The slides help us to formulate our ideas more logically.
- Shu Ann Oh