#DesignIndaba2019: Day three speaker highlights
Several more design experts and thought leaders shared their stories on day three of the 24th edition of Design Indaba, which was held at the Artscape Theatre Centre in Cape Town.
Fjord CEO Olof Schybergson opened day 3 of Design Indaba with the statement: "design is not a new thing, it has been around for a while, helping to shape society and culture."
Kacper Pietrzykowski explains how his project uses design as a super power -- to reduce unnecessary suffering.
Kordae Jatafa Henry shares his vision of an alternative African history and future through dance, music and film.
Mirjam de Bruijn explains how she turned her designer's lense to the water and emissions that go into the production of household products.
Sound designer Yuri Suzuki looks at the relationship between sound and people and how music affects our minds.
Tshepo Mokholo shares some of the design philosophy and principles that guided the making of the Ruhehe School in Rwanda, which he worked on at ADC.
Wade Jeffree and Leta Sobierajski describe themselves goofs who like to have fun while they're doing their work - design, photography, styling, painting, teaching.