Tayseer Almattar

Design Thinking & Innovation | Speaker & Author


    I am a dedicated advocate for design-driven innovation, committed to cultivating transformative change through the power of design thinking. With a rich background as a Visiting Lecturer at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University School of Design (PolyU Design), I am deeply engaged in shaping the future of innovation by imparting invaluable design-driven lessons to aspiring creators and innovators. Through my organization, TforDesign, I've had the privilege of reaching over 50,000 learners globally, fostering a culture of design-driven innovation through immersive online and offline learning experiences. My journey in design innovation spans across diverse landscapes, from consulting on impactful projects for global brands to spearheading workshops and activities that ignite creativity and collaboration. With a focus on Design Consultation, Quality Assurance, and Industrial Skills Training, I bring a multifaceted perspective to the table, working hand in hand with organizations to tackle complex challenges head-on. My approach is rooted in practicality and innovation, as evidenced by accolades such as the "Most Creative" award for a groundbreaking 5G Experience solution and having my work showcased at the PolyU Design annual show. Beyond my professional achievements, I am driven by a passion for knowledge sharing and empowerment. As the author of the acclaimed book "Learn SOLIDWORKS," I strive to demystify complex tools and technologies, paving the way for aspiring minds to dive into the realm of innovative design practices. With a Master's in Design from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University and a BA in Mechanical Engineering from North Carolina State University, I bring a comprehensive understanding of design and innovation to every endeavor. If you're seeking to infuse your organization with the transformative power of design thinking, I'm here to collaborate, share insights, and inspire the next wave of groundbreaking ideas for our collective future.