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Pre College Presentation

  1. 1. What is Industrial Design? What Can Industrial Design Be?
  2. 2. What is Design? Hear Create Deliver
  3. 3. Designing Change Changing Design
  4. 4. What is Sustainability? People Sustainability Planet Profit
  5. 5. 90% of a designer’s time is spent on the richest 10%” - Paul Polak
  6. 6. morality creativity spontaneity problem solving lack of prejudice acceptance of facts Self-actualization self-esteem, confidence, Esteem achievement, respect of/by others Love/Belonging friendship, family, intimacy security of: body, employment, resources, Safety morality, family, health, and property breathing, food, water, procreation, sleep, Physiological homeostasis, excretion
  7. 7. 5 The Challenge Design At For Hand Social Impact op The problem is that this great form of Worksh collaboration between design firms and the social sector is still not affordable and thus, not yet routine. Noted innovation expert Clayton Christensen says that disruptive innovation—the kind that makes the biggest impact and goes on to reshape industries and markets—democratizes scarce expertise. It makes something that was once rare and costly, routine and affordable.
  8. 8. The Designers Accord is a global coalition of designers, educators, researchers, engineers, and corporate leaders, working together to create positive environmental and social impact.
  9. 9. www.designthatmatters.org
  10. 10. www.designthatmatters.org
  11. 11. ign History: 2003 Beta Prototype n that matters I N N O VAT I O N FOR SOCIAL ENTERPRISE design that matters TM I N N O VAT I O N FOR SOCIAL ENTERPRISE www.designthatmatters.org
  12. 12. Incubator with neonate inside 25/39 design
  13. 13. According to literacy teacher, Martine Sogoba in Digani, Mali: “It is better, because without [the Kinkajou], when the teacher is writing on the board, students wait in the dark in vain, and they do nothing. We lose much time
  14. 14. The DeSE Studio at RISD
  15. 15. ERADICATE EXTREME POVERTY AND HUNGER ACHIEVE UNIVERSAL PRIMARY EDUCATION PROMOTE GENDER EQUALITY AND EMPOWER WOMEN Design for Social Entrepreneurship Sustaining the Triple Bottom Line REDUCE CHILD MORTALITY IMPROVE MATERNAL HEALTH COMBAT HIV/AIDS MALARIA AND DISEASES ENSURE ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY DEVELOP A GLOBAL PARTNERSHIP FOR DEVELOPMENT
  16. 16. Assemble on Site Oxygen Concentrator Pneumonia: Leading cause of Child Mortality In Niger, 1 out of every 4 children born will not live to see their 6th birthday. The leading cause of these deaths for children under the age of 5 is pneumonia. In more developed countries pneumonia is rarely fatal, but in Niger, limited access to hospi- tals, a lack of trained medical staff, and limited access to medical oxygen allow pneumonia to cause 25% of child fatalities. Affordable Medical Oxygen Will Save Lives The AOS O2 concentrator is a concept of an oxygen generating system that would cost 75% less than a high quality oxygen concentrator without sacrificing any performance. Components specific to oxygen concentrators would be purchased from a company that specializes in refurbishing oxygen systems, like Accurate Biomed in Missouri. The remaining components are purchased off the shelf to eliminate all manufacturing costs. All components will be packaged in plastic crates along with assem- Accurate bly instructions. The plastic shipping crate becomes the housing Biomed for the new oxygen concentrator. Inc. Packaging Referbished Off the Shelf Package in Minimize becomes Assemble with Components Components Plastic Crates Shipping Costs Housing Instructions Assemble on Site Oxygen Concentrator 11 7 5 9 3 2 6 8 10 1 4 12 Cut Template 1 Leaving the assembling for the end users accomplishes two goals. The assembly process will serve as a training exercise for the staff, while familiarizing them with the working components of the system. Assembling on site will also reduce the price significantly.
  17. 17. In honor of our new President... How can we Design for America? in “a new spirit of service and sacrifice”
  18. 18. Hear
  19. 19. Create
  20. 20. Deliver
  21. 21. ROOM MOOR by
  22. 22. ROOM MOOR by
  23. 23. How Can You Get Involved?
  24. 24. Read Act Share
  25. 25. “I ask you to join in the work of re- making this nation the only way it’s been done in America for two-hun- dred and twenty-one years -- block by block, brick by brick, calloused hand by calloused hand.”
  26. 26. Thank you. www.de-se.com sami@graindesign.com

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