What is Social Design?

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Overview on Social Design for the Living Quality by Design project at the Köln International School of Design.

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What is Social Design?

  1. 1. social design Jaclyn Le | Public Service Design Seminar | Prof. Mager by Design SpringProf. Mager Living Quality | | 2009 | Winter 2009 | Jaclyn Le
  2. 2. what is social design ? Jaclyn Le | Public Service Design Seminar | Prof. Mager by Design SpringProf. Mager Living Quality | | 2009 | Winter 2009 | Jaclyn Le
  3. 3. improving living quality what is social design ? humanitarian design activism senstive design improving living quality responsible design design for development Jaclyn Le | Public Service Design Seminar | Prof. Mager by Design SpringProf. Mager Living Quality | | 2009 | Winter 2009 | Jaclyn Le
  4. 4. improving living quality what is social design ? humanitarian Social design is a participatory design activism design approach to integrate senstive design marginalized communities improving living quality – Satu Miettinen responsible design design for development Jaclyn Le | Public Service Design Seminar | Prof. Mager by Design SpringProf. Mager Living Quality | | 2009 | Winter 2009 | Jaclyn Le
  5. 5. What is the relation between social design and service design? improving living quality what is social design ? humanitarian Social design is a participatory design activism design approach to integrate senstive design marginalized communities improving living quality – Satu Miettinen responsible design design for development Jaclyn Le | Public Service Design Seminar | Prof. Mager by Design SpringProf. Mager Living Quality | | 2009 | Winter 2009 | Jaclyn Le
  6. 6. CASE STUDY: Alzheimer 100 An initiative through Dott 07 that aimed to come up with design opportunities for the challenges presented by dementia. Jaclyn Le | Public Service Design Seminar | Prof. Mager by Design SpringProf. Mager Living Quality | | 2009 | Winter 2009 | Jaclyn Le
  7. 7. METHODS: Story Telling . capturing glimpses into the daily life with dementia through film . workshop held to train them in film-making & interviewing . video footage used as tool to generate dialogue at Co-design Day Jaclyn Le | Public Service Design Seminar | Prof. Mager by Design SpringProf. Mager Living Quality | | 2009 | Winter 2009 | Jaclyn Le
  8. 8. METHODS: Co-design Day . invited community to share stories, identify challenges & generate ideas . listed all the challenges and began to narrow them down . divided up participants into teams in which each focused on a challenge awareness and early stage support, first experiences, carer support, stigma, assisted technology and end of life Jaclyn Le | Public Service Design Seminar | Prof. Mager by Design SpringProf. Mager Living Quality | | 2009 | Winter 2009 | Jaclyn Le
  9. 9. OUTCOME . Dementia Signposting Service . Volunteer mentoring scheme for caregivers inspired by TimeBank . Prototype for a safe wandering path for care homes . Integration of co-design into the National Dementia Strategy Jaclyn Le | Public Service Design Seminar | Prof. Mager by Design SpringProf. Mager Living Quality | | 2009 | Winter 2009 | Jaclyn Le
  10. 10. CASE STUDY: Hole-in-the-Wall An experiment by Prof. Sugata Mitra in which he and a team of researchers, including designers & engineers, planted computers encased in glass into walls nearby playgrounds of primary schools. Jaclyn Le | Public Service Design Seminar | Prof. Mager by Design SpringProf. Mager Living Quality | | 2009 | Winter 2009 | Jaclyn Le
  11. 11. RESPOSE: Computer Kiosk . aimed at children between the ages of 6 - 12 years old . to prevent misuse, screens placed at child eyelevel, roofs above the screens to assure that tall adults could not fit underneath, benches have enough legroom for a child, and keyboards only accessible by small hands underneath plastic shield. Jaclyn Le | Public Service Design Seminar | Prof. Mager by Design SpringProf. Mager Living Quality | | 2009 | Winter 2009 | Jaclyn Le
  12. 12. OUTCOME . children who had access to the kiosks tested with high computer literacy scores, and improved English and math scores . found that children could teach themselves computer literacy without supervision independent of gender, ethnicity, social class, and education. . 100 kiosks in 31 cities including in Cambodia, South Africa, and Egypt . accessed by 50,000 children Jaclyn Le | Public Service Design Seminar | Prof. Mager by Design SpringProf. Mager Living Quality | | 2009 | Winter 2009 | Jaclyn Le

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