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Asia Design Innovation Meet-Up and Gallery

Facilitators and Mentors



Timothy Moore
Timothy Moore is a multi-disciplinary designer whose work has spanned many industries, including higher education, corporate learning and development, non-profit start-ups, wearable tech, environmental remediation, and furniture design. He identifies most closely with the role of learning experience designer because of his work at Stanford University’s (Hasso Plattner Institute of Design), The Hive at the Claremont Colleges, JMU X-Labs, and The Design Gym. However, he formally studied industrial design, which has allowed him to design products and systems that fall far outside of the realm of teaching and learning. Apart from his work at the, he leads curriculum design at Designlab, an online platform for learning UX and UI design.


Meenu Singh
Meenu Singh is the Learning Experience Designer and Lecturer, Stanford University. She creates learning experiences that bring design thinking and other creative problem-solving methods to learners across disciplines. Meenu teaches at the Stanford’s Teaching and Learning Studio, where she's worked with 400+ university educators, department heads, and deans from around the world who are experimenting with new ways of bringing design thinking into higher education. Meenu’s recent work is focused on bringing design thinking into medical education, including working with educators at Stanford’s School of Medicine. Outside of the education space, Meenu designs with government agencies, private companies, and nonprofit organizations seeking to reinvigorate their modes of thinking and doing. Meenu holds a Masters in Science in Learning, Design & Technology from Stanford's Graduate School of Education. Meenu is inspired by the creative potential that exists in you, you, and yes, even you! 



Nicholas Ooi
Nicholas OOI (Nick) is the Programme Manager of Lingnan Entrepreneurship Initiative, Lingnan University. He was recently selected by the programme’s inaugural Faculty Innovation Fellows Program by the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design (d.School) at Stanford University which aims to improve the innovation ecosystems at Lingnan and help students gain vital real-world skills and mindsets. He is the only faculty champion selected from Hong Kong or indeed the region. Nick is experienced in conducting Design Innovation and Inclusive Entrepreneurship topics related workshops for students and he has conducted more than 100 workshops with accumulations of a total of more than 500 training hours.