Grant McCracken: Design Work In Cambodia Can Changes Lives

Grant McCracken: Design Work In Cambodia Can Changes Lives
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The first Human-Centered Design Innovation Lab is launching in Cambodia, and they're looking for a fellow who is willing to spend a year in Phnom Penh, doing everything from research, field work and interviews to design.

Grant McCracken, Cultureby
  • 17 august 2011

Planners, ethnographers, designers!

Ever think about taking a year out?

Ever think about making yourself really, 3really useful?

Here’s your chance.

Mariko Christine, a friend of a friend, is setting up the first Human-Centered Design Innovation Lab in Cambodia.  The Lab exists to develop products/technologies/solutions for the BoP (base of the pyramid / rural poor).  Mariko works for IDE, an international NGO.  The Lab has support from the Stanford DSchool, MIT DLab, IDEO, among many other leading organizations and funders.

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