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  • and has the capacity to break established patterns of practice.
  • and has the capacity to break established patterns of practice.
  • Design has often been considered the humaniser of technology by developing objects or strategies that make everyday life easier.
  • Despite the good intentions of design, design is in a crisis. Design has become an exclusive process
  • and as a result societal and environmental capitals are not highly valued.
  • and as a result societal and environmental capitals are not highly valued.
  • and as a result societal and environmental capitals are not highly valued.
  • and as a result societal and environmental capitals are not highly valued.
  • Can design become more inclusive by facilitating a society in changing the way it thinks about how to solve problems?
  • Moreover can design reconcile wider societal dilemmas?
  • If the answers to these questions are positive, this would mean that design influences cultures.
  • This paper aims to describe how design and culture are linked via innovation and creativity.
  • This paper aims to describe how design and culture are linked via innovation and creativity.
  • This paper aims to describe how design and culture are linked via innovation and creativity.
  • This paper aims to describe how design and culture are linked via innovation and creativity.
  • This description will help developing new roles for design in the transition to a sustainable society. The paper will demonstrate the link between design and culture by building on theories of social innovation and responsible innovation.
  • This description will help developing new roles for design in the transition to a sustainable society. The paper will demonstrate the link between design and culture by building on theories of social innovation and responsible innovation.
  • This description will help developing new roles for design in the transition to a sustainable society. The paper will demonstrate the link between design and culture by building on theories of social innovation and responsible innovation.
  • This description will help developing new roles for design in the transition to a sustainable society. The paper will demonstrate the link between design and culture by building on theories of social innovation and responsible innovation.
  • Moreover, the papers explores the argument that the impacts of design and innovation activities only become meaningful once they are implemented on a wider scale, i.e. the cultural scale.
  • Moreover, the papers explores the argument that the impacts of design and innovation activities only become meaningful once they are implemented on a wider scale, i.e. the cultural scale.
  • Moreover, the papers explores the argument that the impacts of design and innovation activities only become meaningful once they are implemented on a wider scale, i.e. the cultural scale.
  • Moreover, the papers explores the argument that the impacts of design and innovation activities only become meaningful once they are implemented on a wider scale, i.e. the cultural scale.
  • Moreover, the papers explores the argument that the impacts of design and innovation activities only become meaningful once they are implemented on a wider scale, i.e. the cultural scale.
  • The paper will also explore the argument that the cultural scale is not only a means to an end, but also feeds into the creative capacity of societies and as a result the design capacity of societies. In this way culture is not only the result from design, it also determents design.

The catalytic effects of changing design and cultures The catalytic effects of changing design and cultures Presentation Transcript

  • industry
    design
    consumers
    designers interact between industry, users and other actors
  • Brutal use of resources
  • Is this the end user?
    98% of products are
    thrown away within
    6 months
    source: Edwin Datschefski & United Nationa University
    Image source: Chris Jordan
  • Brutal with people
    Image source: Edward Burtvnskv
  • Valuable resources are wasted
    Image source: Maciej Dakowicz
  • industry
    consumers
    designers can influence how people consume, use, behave …
    design
  • new context
    Source: NewScientist.com
  • design
    innovation
    creativity
    culture
  • Culture is the way in which a group of people solve problems and reconciles dilemmas (Schein, 1985)
  • "innovation changes the values onto which the system is based”(Schumpeter, 1930)
  • Creativity is the ability to recognise unusual patterns and relationships and produce novel ideas or things.

  • Social innovation addresses social needs. It is based on using people, trust and creativity to make something reliable within a community

  • Enabling technology
    Social needs
  • Community housing for elderly people sharing collective spaces

  • Responsible innovation is conscious of the societal impacts of technology. It caries the science ethical along the innovation process.

  • Idea
    An innovation is an idea that is further developed so that it is reliable on a meaningful scale. (Senge, 2006)
    Innovation
  • Does scale respect Identity?
    Image source: Robin Collyer, Yonge Street, Willowdale, 1995
  • Does scale respect well-being?
    "innovation changes the values onto which the system is based”(Schumpeter)
  • www.blaencamelbox.com
  • Google translates cultures
    new context