The Seven Faces of Open Design

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Presentation for LibreGraphics 2013 | Madrid, Spain @ Medialab Prado | Content: An exploration of what I believe are the 7 most important elements of the global Open Design movement for 2013, and invitation to discuss and reflect. http://libregraphicsmeeting.org/2013/program/

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The Seven Faces of Open Design

  1. 1. the seven faces of open design BY @KAT_BRAYBROOKE LIBREGRAPHICS 13, MADRID
  2. 2. first, adisclaimer.
  3. 3. now, what isopen design? *not why
  4. 4. is it this? DRAFTSMENS CONGRESS 7TH BERLIN BIENNALE, 2012
  5. 5. DRAFTSMENS CONGRESS7TH BERLIN BIENNALE, 2012
  6. 6. is it this? OPEN DESIGN CITY FABBING OKCON 2011, BERLIN
  7. 7. OPEN LICENSE NAMETAGSTHE OPEN KNOWLEDGE FESTIVAL HELSINKI, FINLAND 2012 OKFESTIVAL.ORG is it this?
  8. 8. is it this? DIGITAL/PRINT DIAGRAM OPENDESIGNNOW.ORG
  9. 9. is it this? MASSIMO MENICHINELLI OPENP2PDESIGN.ORG IMG: DANIEL SCHILDT
  10. 10. i say yes. * and more..
  11. 11. seven different faces... DRAFTSMENS CONGRESS7TH BERLIN BIENNALE, 2012
  12. 12. 1 “PROMEMORIA”SOPHIE USUNIER, 2012 TALLINN, ESTONIAopen design is interconnection.
  13. 13. “OPEN DESIGN NOW”OPENDESIGNNOW.ORG
  14. 14. THE OPEN DESIGN WORKING GROUP DESIGN.OKFN.ORG
  15. 15. OHANDA.ORG / FABSTAR.ORG
  16. 16. “THE OPEN BOOK” FINNISH INSTITUTE &OPEN KNOWLEDGE FOUNDATION THEOPENBOOK.ORG.UK
  17. 17. 2open design is standardisation. “CAN DESIGN BY COMMITTEE WORK?” MUSHION ZER-AVIV COLLABORATIVE FUTURES
  18. 18. Open Source Definition + Open Source HardwareDefinition + Open Definition +Open Design Definition Draft v.0.01 = A New Interpretation for 2013!
  19. 19. THE OPEN DESIGN WORKING GROUP DESIGN.OKFN.ORG
  20. 20. THE OPEN DESIGN DEFINITION V. 0.1 GITHUB: http://bit.ly/12O8RIT
  21. 21. BRUCE STERLING WIRED.COM
  22. 22. 3open design is politics. “FUCK COMMITTEES, I BELIEVE IN LUNATICS” TIBOR KALMAN, 1998
  23. 23. http://freefontmanifesto.blogspot.co.uk/
  24. 24. "Open design should always be considered inits political dimension, because transparency, collaboration and release of resources are strategies that do not fully guarantee … social justice by themselves." QUOTE: AITOR MENDEZFROM OPEN DESIGN WORKING GROUP DISCUSSION http://www.contraindicaciones.net/
  25. 25. 4SUPERCOLLIDER ALGORAVE LONDON, 2012open design is source code.
  26. 26. QUOTE: KERSTIN KALKA, CHRISTINA RAASCH, CORNELIUS HERSTAAThttp://p2pfoundation.net/Fabbing_Practices "In Open Design, tangible objects can bedeveloped in very similar fashion to software;one could even say that people treat design as SOURCE CODE to a physical object,changing the object by changing its source. "
  27. 27. “OPEN DESIGN POP UP STORE” CITY OF GRAZ, 2011http://www.cis.at/en/archive/pop-up-store
  28. 28. “INSTRUCTABLES RESTAURANTS”AFRIKAANDERWIJK, ROTTERDAM, 2011 INSTRUCTABLESRESTAURANT.COM
  29. 29. 5 DRAFTSMENS CONGRESS 7TH BERLIN BIENNALE, 2012open design isopen design is peer production.
  30. 30. EXCERPT FROM “COASES PENGUIN, ORLINUX AND THE NATURE OF THE FIRM” BY YOCHAI BENKLER"The advantages of peer production are, then, improved identification and allocation of creativity. These advantages appear to have become salient, because human creativity itself has become salient. In the domain of information and culture, production ... comprises the combination of [these] preexisting inputs with human creativity..."
  31. 31. MADEINKALLIO.FIHELSINKI, FINLAND
  32. 32. 6open design is relearning. OPEN KNOWLEDGE FESTIVAL PLANNING HELSINKI, FINLAND 2012
  33. 33. “REMIX”, LAWRENCE LESSIG REMIX.LESSIG.ORG
  34. 34. CONNECTEDLEARNING.TV
  35. 35. "One of the things theInternet has given us is a complete abundance ofknowledge, expertise and social connectivity... so how can we use the capacity of these socialnetworks to bring people together, who want to learn together?" MIMI ITO, CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGIST DIGITAL MEDIA & RESEARCH LEARNING HUB VIDEO: CONNECTEDLEARNING.TV
  36. 36. enter Webmaker... WEBMAKER.ORG MOZILLA, 2013
  37. 37. GEOCITIES ARCHIVE FROM 2000remember Geocities?
  38. 38. WEBMAKER.ORG MOZILLA, 2013
  39. 39. relearning through remix... WEBMAKER.ORG MOZILLA, 2013
  40. 40. “RIP! A REMIX MANIFESTO” BRETT GAYLOR, 2008 RIPREMIX.COM open design is culture. 7
  41. 41. “Open Design is more than just a new way to create products. As a process, and as a culture, open design also changes relationships among the people who make, useand look after things... all our designdecisions, from here on, need to take [this] into account.” JOHN THACKARA FROM “OPEN DESIGN NOW” OPENDESIGNNOW.ORG
  42. 42. Building a global, visual languageTHENOUNPROJECT.COM
  43. 43. The Public Domain Remix: “A new competition to inspire designers to remix Public Domain works in creative ways, creatingtheir own form of collective culture.” AN INITIAITVE OF WIKIMEDIA FRANCE & THE OPEN KNOWLEDGE FOUNDATION, 2013 http://design.okfn.org/current-projects/public- domain-hw-remix/
  44. 44. “THE O-PEN”CENTRE POMPIDOUPARIS, FRANCE 2013 OKHAOS.COM
  45. 45. “THE O-PEN”CENTRE POMPIDOUPARIS, FRANCE 2013 OKHAOS.COM
  46. 46. “THE O-PEN”CENTRE POMPIDOUPARIS, FRANCE 2013 OKHAOS.COM
  47. 47. ET TU?+ Join the Open Design discussion+ Help create the Definition+ Get involved with Webmaker+ Argue about the Open Book+ Enter the Public Domain Remix+ Tell me what Ive missed here!
  48. 48. FIN. FIND ME Twitter@kat_braybrooke WebKAiBRAY.comWebmaker.orgDesign.Okfn.org

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