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Our joint submission to the U$ Dollar Redesign competition - Neil Clavin, Yasmina Haryono, Heather Moore, Jan Schröder.

Our joint submission to the U$ Dollar Redesign competition - Neil Clavin, Yasmina Haryono, Heather Moore, Jan Schröder.

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  • 1. DOLLAR REDESIGN GIVE THE DOLLAR BACK TO US Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • 2. The banks broke the dollar via irresponsible lending and bad products $REDESIGN PAGE 2 Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • 3. US citizens now pay taxes and higher credit to fix the banks’ mistakes $REDESIGN PAGE 3 Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • 4. US citizens face a weak economy, huge personal debt and a system run by those who broke it $REDESIGN PAGE 4 Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • 5. US citizens seek a stronger economy, freedom from debt and a system which works for them $REDESIGN PAGE 5 Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • 6. Give the dollar back to the US citizens to fix it themselves $REDESIGN PAGE 6 Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • 7. MAKE THE DOLLAR OPEN-SOURCE TO DISTRIBUTE PRODUCTION AND ALLOW CUSTOMIZATION! Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • 8. Open dollars will be printed on demand for flexibility and convenience at reduced cost to user $REDESIGN PAGE 8 Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • 9. Print dollars are made via a home computer printer using a special paper and ink and data cartridge $REDESIGN PAGE 9 Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • 10. Prints are a hierarchy of fixed visual elements, digital codes and customizable areas $REDESIGN PAGE 10 Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • 11. Prints are accessible via sans serif fonts, large type and sound files encoded in RFID tag I confirm this is one US Dollar $REDESIGN PAGE 11 Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • 12. Prints contain a number of authentication devices – a ‘smart’ color strip, QR code, serial number and RFID tag $REDESIGN PAGE 12 Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • 13. Printed dollar value is deposited in user account by scanning RFID. Print has no value until recharged using same process. $REDESIGN PAGE 13 Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • 14. Printed dollar with optional personal spending RFID tracker card (more on this later!) $REDESIGN PAGE 14 Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • 15. Open dollars will be customizable to create local or even personal currencies $REDESIGN PAGE 15 Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • 16. Users can select and print classic dollar designs if they do not wish to customize $REDESIGN PAGE 16 Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • 17. Users can customize areas of the dollar design to make identifiable local or personal currency $REDESIGN PAGE 17 Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • 18. Uploaded designs are available to all for re-use under a creative commons license $REDESIGN PAGE 18 Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • 19. Users can customize areas to make personal currency for gifts, promotion or sheer vanity $REDESIGN PAGE 19 Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • 20. ALLOW COMMUNITIES TO SUPPORT LOCAL ECONOMIES BY CREATING THEIR OWN COMPLEMENTARY CURRENCY. Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • 21. Local communities can set the parameters of their currency to support local values and work toward shared goals $REDESIGN PAGE 21 Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • 22. Set parameters to connect unmet needs with unused resources $REDESIGN PAGE 22 Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • 23. Set parameters to encourage more local purchases $REDESIGN PAGE 23 Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • 24. Set parameters to strengthen community relationships $REDESIGN PAGE 24 Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • 25. Local dollars will carry greater value within a community, boosting trade & minimizing carbon footprint Bev and Steve $REDESIGN PAGE 25 Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • 26. Increase value by printing loyalty badges for local communities to distribute or place on the dollar David Zeibin $REDESIGN PAGE 26 Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • 27. Increase value by higher local buying power and hidden bonuses Merlijn Hoek $REDESIGN PAGE 27 Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • 28. Increase value by exchanging dollars for time instead of money Niffty.. $REDESIGN PAGE 28 Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • 29. Local dollars will identify communities locally and nationally David Paul Ohmer Tony the Misfit $REDESIGN PAGE 29 Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • 30. Identify community via custom images, symbols, maps and signs Southernpixel NASA $REDESIGN PAGE 30 Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • 31. Identify community via embedded sounds and hidden symbols and images $REDESIGN PAGE 31 Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • 32. MAKE THE DOLLAR TRACKABLE TO PROVIDE CONTROL AND MOTIVATION FOR SPENDING YET MAINTAINING PRIVACY Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • 33. Trackable dollars will show spending on a private personal level to control spending $REDESIGN PAGE 33 Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • 34. Individuals track categories of personal purchases to control and refine spending patterns $REDESIGN PAGE 34 Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • 35. Individuals track what they purchase where over time $REDESIGN PAGE 35 Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • 36. Individuals track against targets to spend carefully - allocating ‘rations’ for certain purchases $REDESIGN PAGE 36 Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • 37. Trackable dollars will show flow of money between local business and spending trends $REDESIGN PAGE 37 Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • 38. Locals track flow of currency between local business identifying new opportunities $REDESIGN PAGE 38 Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • 39. Locals track overall spending patterns against their own to spend responsibly $REDESIGN PAGE 39 Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • 40. Locals track flow to refine parameters for how local currency functions $REDESIGN PAGE 40 Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • 41. Trackable dollars will show flow of money on a national level identifying trends and needs $REDESIGN PAGE 41 Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • 42. National spending patterns show what is valuable for local communities $REDESIGN PAGE 42 Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • 43. National spending patterns show opportunities for trade between communities $REDESIGN PAGE 43 Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • 44. National spending patterns provide comparison to ones own spending habits $REDESIGN PAGE 44 Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • 45. THE US-$ CONCEPT IN A NUTSHELL Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • 46. We propose to give the dollar back to the US citizens to fix it themselves by making it open, local and trackable. $REDESIGN PAGE 46 Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • 47. Open dollars provide on-demand printing, customization and personalization. $REDESIGN PAGE 47 Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • 48. Local dollars allow communities to support local eco- nomies by creating their own complementary currencies. $REDESIGN PAGE 48 Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • 49. Trackable dollars provide personal control over spending, motivate purchases yet maintain privacy. $REDESIGN PAGE 49 Tuesday, 19 October 2010
  • 50. THANK YOU Neil Clavin | Germany | strategic innovation and design manager Yasmina Haryono | International | designer-researcher-überfrau Heather Moore | US/Germany | strategy and future vision Jan Schröder | Germany | Creative director at minds & makers Tuesday, 19 October 2010