1. Business Innovation for Sustainability: Analyzing successful business models that prioritize environmental and social sustainability, investigating how design can be a driving force in shaping these models, and proposing new strategies for businesses to align with sustainable practices.
  2. Cultural Integration in Design: Investigating the role of local culture in design processes, exploring methods to integrate cultural sensitivity into product and service design, and assessing the impact of culturally informed designs on user experience and market acceptance.
  3. Technological Integration for Sustainable Solutions: Examining the latest technological advancements and their potential application in sustainable design, addressing challenges, and proposing frameworks for integrating technology responsibly to enhance sustainability efforts.
  4. Cross-disciplinary Collaboration: Evaluating the effectiveness of cross-disciplinary collaboration in design projects, identifying key challenges, and proposing methodologies to foster collaboration between designers, business professionals, technologists, and cultural experts for comprehensive and impactful outcomes.
  5. User-Centric Design for Sustainability: Emphasizing the importance of user-centric design in sustainable solutions, investigating user behaviors, preferences, and cultural nuances to create products and services that resonate with diverse communities and contribute to long-term sustainability.