Design is more than just a form-giving aesthetic function. Design is also a capability to transform and change businesses and organisations; humanise technology; innovate systems and customer experiences. A design-empowered workforce is increasingly needed for:
- Designers who can integrate knowledge and methods from different disciplines and operate in non-design contexts.
- Non-designers who are equipped with design-related skills to enable innovation in the workplace
Design Facilitators, Storytellers, Service Experience Designers, Creative Technologists are just some examples of new roles being hired for. What do these job titles mean? Read on to find out.
Everyone can be mindful of these career opportunities. Anyone can take up these jobs. Jointly developed with SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG) and Workforce Singapore (WSG), the Skills Framework for Design was created in consultation with design employers, industry associations, education and training providers.
To explore the Skills Framework for Design’s interactive career map, click here.