48 hours to save the world

a global sustainable design workshop

21—23 November 2014, SAP AppHaus Budapest

Learn by doing

Learn by doing

A mentored practice in service design and design thinking.
Light on theory and heavy in action this 48 hour event will be your baptism of fire in field research, user interviews, team ideation and prototyping.
If you are a design pro the Jam is a great way to share skills and get familiar with service design specific deliverables.

Make new friends

Go global

Enjoy the camaraderie of like minded people in our two day push to create new services.
Light hearted but intense teamwork will put your through all the sweat, drama and shared sense of achievement that will cement you together.
Taking part in a Jam is becoming part of a global family of dreamers and change makers landing you in good company wherever you set you foot.

Have fun

Have fun!

Dedicated time. A common goal. Working together with people of diverse professional and cultural backgrounds. Creativity, improvisation and change. The emotional roller coaster of the design process in th heart of Budapest. Connecting with a world-wide community.

Registration (3500Ft)

Friday- 21. November 2014

1700: Registration
1745: Budapest Sustainability Jam intro
1800: Get to know each other
18:30 Sustainability intro
1855: Global theme announcement
1910: Ideation
1920: Pitching ideas, and team formation
2030: Team building beer

Saturday- 22. November 2014

0900: Coffee and breakfast provided
1100: Field research + lunch on field (not inlcuded in price)
1330: Check point
1400: Visualize and syntheize insights
1500: Brainstorming- Ideation 1
1530: Prototyping 1 (rough prototypes of different ideas)
1630: feedbacks and evaluation
1700: Ideation 2
1800: Prototype 2
1900: feedbacks and evaluation

Sunday- 23. November 2014

0900: Coffee and breakfast provided
0930: Warsaw Twin Jam connection
0945: Refining prototypes, testing
1100: start to build concept presentations
1300: upload presentations to global website
1500: team presentations
1700: the end

Registration (3500Ft)

That's how we Jam!

Photos from our previous Jams: Service Jam 2014, Sustainability Jam 2013

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Meet the people behind the Jam!

Anna Sándor

Anna Sándor studied design research and management in the University of Applied Sciences in Budapest and service design in Köln International School of Design. She is working with start-up companies and helping them to build better services. She believes that behind every successful design project is a ton of deep research, empathy, motivation and teamwork.

Bogi Baráth

Bogi Baráth is co-founder and responsible for brand communication at Inspiration4. She is an open-minded, communicative and persistent person. Human relationships are essential for her. She is studying Advertisement Management and Marketing at the University of Applied Sciences in Budapest. She loves to spend time with her camera discovering different areas of photography

Bori Kovács

Bori Kovács is a freelance designer, entrepreneur currently running her own socially responsive project, CÓKMÓK.
While studying product design at Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design (MOME), she participated in several multidisciplinary design projects and worked within the sustainability research group of MOME EcoLab where her focus fell on designing for underprivileged communities. She gained insight into the human centered design process at Danmarks Designskole in Copenhagen and had a first-hand glimpse into how the experts do it when she participated in a Make-a-thon workshop at IDEO’s Münich office last summer.

Panni Pais

Panni Pais is a designer, founder of Cellux Group – a collective devoted to projects on sustainability. As a child Panni wanted to be a detective. Watching, analyzing and solving promlems have intrested her already at an early age, which she could make use of in her professional life many years later. She graduated as a sociologist in 2008 (ELTE) and as a product designer in 2012 (MOME). In 2013 she won Hungarian Design Award for her graduation project. Since she participated in several international design workshops she is a fan of teamwork and believes in the power of multidisciplinarity. Beside working as a designer, recently she has focused more on diving deeper into methods such as design thinking and service design.

Reka Barath

Reka Barath is co-founder and Service Designer at Inspiration4. She was studying Design & Interior Architecture at Technical University of Madrid, and was working as interior designer also in the sector of retail. She decided to reinvent herself and found her way in the field of service design. As an entrepreneur interested in brand-building and innovative solutions, she applies service design thinking in diverse projects helping companies to develop innovative and creative solutions for their current problem or challenge. Actually she is working on “Business Innovation & Cultural Change" project at JLL Madrid supporting the human-centered design process.

Szilárd Szakács

Szilárd Szakács is a service design consultant at Isobar Budapest (former kirowski).

Zsófia Czémán

Zsófia Czémán is UX Designer at SAP Labs Hungary. She graduated at Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design as a media designer and design- and visual art teacher. She was involved in the very first long-term Design Thinking project at SAP Hungary, which was a really successful story how to use this method to understand, redefine and redesign complex business scenarios in multidisciplinary teams in a fun and efficient way. She is also enthusiastic about design- and visual art education and UX, how it can make people’s life easier.


Email: team@budapestdesignjams.hu

Tel.: +36-30-982-6073 (Szilárd Szakács, co-organiser)


The jam will be held at SAP AppHaus Budapest: Graphisoft Park, Hx building - Záhony u 7. District 3., Budapest

Registration (3500Ft)