Ruttikorn Vuttikorn is a fanatic toy designer and a founder of two companies. She has been working for charity organisations around the world to design toys for children with special needs and promoting quality play. Read abstract & bio…
New role of board games
Things change rapidly in Asia.
- We change from agricultural to industrial countries
- We change from extended families to nuclear families
- We change from producing to consuming societies
These fast changes lead to unstructured systems and create a number of issues that range from environmental to social problems.
After working on these issues for several years, many NGOs realised that the best way to solve these problems is to work with children and to educate them in order to protect their culture, environment, and society. For years, I’ve been working with NGOs, designing toys and games to teach children how to reduce material and energy consumption, how to separate garbage, or even about their role as citizens in a democracy.
In this conference, I would like to share my experience of how I work with different organisations and how to create tools that serve the new needs of educators. And how much games have changed its role.
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Ruttikorn Vuttikorn is a fanatic toy designer and a founder of two companies. One is Club Creative, which designs a wide range of toys and children’s products. Another company, LeKnot, designs, produces and sells toys under the Toy Wizard and Paper Wizard brands. Besides
running the two companies, Ruttikorn has been working for charity organisations around the world to design toys for children with special needs and promoting quality play.