Social Design / Service Design network meetup in Helsinki 04.02.2014

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Social Design / Service Design network meetup in Helsinki 04.02.2014

  1. + http://www.flickr.com/photos/jonicdao/2954124688/ Leyla Nasib @leyla_nasib leyla.nasib@gmail.com
  2. 0.2 million years
  3. 0.2 million years 160 million years Dinosaur designed by Tiago Rodrigues from the Noun Project; Man designed by Sean Patrick Quinn from the Noun Project
  4. The World is a total mess...
  5. http://no.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fil:TerjeEggum_Monaco_LewisPugh.JPG
  6. All Design is social, as design is the enactment of human instinct and a construct that facilitates the materialisation of our world… that we all tend to design by changing existing situations into preferred ones. - Alastair Fuad-Luke, Design Activism: Beautiful Strangeness for a Sustainable World
  7. All Design is social, as design is the enactment of human instinct and a construct that facilitates the materialisation of our world… that we all tend to design by changing existing situations into preferred ones. While the primary purpose of design for the market is creating products for sale… the foremost intent of social design is satisfaction of human needs. - Alastair Fuad-Luke, Design Activism: Beautiful Strangeness for a Sustainable World
  8. All Design is social, as design is the enactment of human instinct and a construct that facilitates the materialisation of our world… that we all tend to design by changing existing situations into preferred ones. While the primary purpose of design for the market is creating products for sale… the foremost intent of social design is satisfaction of human needs. Designing new functionings to elevate individual and community capability, and enabling solutions that genuinely empower and extend the capability of the user. - Alastair Fuad-Luke, Design Activism: Beautiful Strangeness for a Sustainable World
  9. Solving Solving through through a Prescription Empowering
  10. Social Design: • Aid • Arts & Culture • Communication • Community • Education • Environment • Peace • Poverty • Well-being http://www.design21sdn.com/
  11. Design for GOOD!!!
  12. Purpose of Designing • Survive • Improve • Develop • Thrive • Evolve • Serve Others • Make something of lasting quality • Create something of real consequence • Participate in the never-ending genesis Harold G. Nelson, Erik Stolterman - The Design Way
  13. Design for GOOD!!!
  14. Design for BA D!!!
  15. Intentional/Unintentional
  16. image: http://www.flickr.com/photos/blyzz/7361210748/ story: Philipp Ronnenberg on Transmediale 2014
  17. GPS image: http://www.flickr.com/photos/blyzz/7361210748/ story: Philipp Ronnenberg on Transmediale 2014
  18. http://unpleasantdesign.tumblr.com/
  19. https://www.google.com/culturalinstitute/asset-viewer/apartheid-signs/cQE5d7UH3fuyMQ?exhibitId=gRYXaIRR
  20. http://superuw.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/120213-apartheid-roads.jpg
  21. Fast Fixes to BIG problems, Wicked problems!
  22. Wicked Problems A class of social system problems which are illformulated, where the information is confusing, where there are many clients and decision makers with conflicting values, and where the ramification in the whole system are thoroughly confusing Horst Rittel, Melvin M. Webber - Dilemmas in a general theory of planning
  23. Wicked Problems A class of social system problems which are illformulated, where the information is confusing, where there are many clients and decision makers with conflicting values, and where the ramification in the whole system are thoroughly confusing ...difficult or impossible to solve because of incomplete, contradictory, and changing requirements that are often difficult to recognize. Horst Rittel, Melvin M. Webber - Dilemmas in a general theory of planning
  24. http://designing.planetngo.net http://aidbrella.org
  25. ‘The civil servant in Finland who set up an offline version of Wikipedia for a small school in Ghana.’
  26. Where to get inspiration:
  27. How could we..?
  28. How could we..? • Within our commercial projects • Through social projects • Online Design projects • Support Open Source, Alternative Economies • Helping the person next-door • ... • ... • ... • ... • ∞
  29. How could we..? A es yd n an nc ig SO be L! IA C
  30. http://www.lovingyourchild.com/2010/06/imagery-kids-powerful-healing-tools/
  31. HOW COULD YOU? http://www.lovingyourchild.com/2010/06/imagery-kids-powerful-healing-tools/

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