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DESIGN FUTURES with Jake Dunagan
Join us Wednesday, November 11th at 9:00am PST for a a conversation with IFTF Research Director Jake Dunagan to explore how media, design, and immersive experiences help people feel futures.

Don't miss this opportunity to have your questions addressed in real time by an expert design futurist!

ASK A FUTURIST is a public Q&A series sponsored by IFTF Vantage as a forum for you to ask questions and hear answers from IFTF futurists drawing on insights from years of research and experience.

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Nov 11, 2020 09:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Jake Dunagan
Research Director @Institute for the Future
Jake’s focus is the examination of social invention and the redesign of systems in light of current and emerging tools and knowledge. He has conducted research, written, and lectured on a wide range of topics, including strategic foresight, governance design, comprehensive cognitive design, intellectual property, judicial foresight, kids’ technologies, Internet law and politics, mobility, and the future of learning and work. Jake joined IFTF in 2008 and brought with him the alternative futures methodology developed at the Manoa School of Futures Studies. He continues to explore new futures methodologies plus design artifacts, games, immersive experiences of future worlds, and guerrilla public engagement projects that inject the future into the mental ecology of the present. Jake holds a BA in visual anthropology from Auburn University, an MA in visual anthropology from Temple University, and a PhD from the Manoa School of Futures Studies at the University of Hawaii.