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Open Design in a changing design practice

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Open design is a practice that borrows its way of working from open source software and brings these principles to the discipline of design.
> Open Design (noun) ... relation to http://opendefinition.org
> Open Design (practice) ... co-creating, co-designing
> Open Design business model ... designing, manufacturing, distribution
> example: http://opendesk.cc
(Presentation given at BeyondSocial, Willem de Koning Academie, Rotterdam, 16 October 2014)

Open Design in a changing design practice

  1. 1. Open Design ! in a changing design practice!
  2. 2. Open design is a practice that borrows its way of working from open source software and brings these principles to the discipline of design.!
  3. 3. open!
  4. 4. work! (noun)!
  5. 5. design! (noun)!
  6. 6. 4 freedoms! use! study! share! fork!
  7. 7. open definition! mandatory conditions! • use! • redistribution! • modification! • separation! • compilation! • non-discrimination! • propagation! • application to any purpose! • no charge!
  8. 8. opendefinition.org!
  9. 9. use!
  10. 10. redistribution!
  11. 11. modification!
  12. 12. separation!
  13. 13. compilation!
  14. 14. non-discrimination!
  15. 15. propagation!
  16. 16. application to any purpose!
  17. 17. no charge!
  18. 18. open definition! mandatory conditions! • use! • redistribution! • modification! • separation! • compilation! • non-discrimination! • propagation! • application to any purpose! • no charge!
  19. 19. open definition! acceptable conditions! • attribution! • integrity! • share-alike! • notice! • source! • technical restriction prohibition! • non-aggression!
  20. 20. 66 75 63 6b! 20 63 6f 70 ! 79 72 69 67 ! 68 74 20 21! ☂! ✠! ©! ¶! cc!+ waiver!
  21. 21. design! (verb)!
  22. 22. work! (verb)!
  23. 23. /* add here img from Menichinelli or similar on SW contributors */! © 2010, Michael Ogawa, cc-by-nc!
  24. 24. Sanders & Stappers, 2008, p. 6! © 2011, cc-by-nc-sa Philip Luschen Thomas Lommée!
  25. 25. Pekkola, Hirscher, Fuad_Luke, 2013! Chabot, 2013, p. 21! analyse a community around an Open project, including its discussion Examination As outcome of the course students are expected to understand and able to apply it’s basic concepts in their practical work. In order to be admitted to the examination, students must and communication materials according to the documentation for documentation booklet) within the appropriate deadline. Course Structure 1. Business models for Open projects: Open Source Software, 2. Business models for Open projects: DIY Crafts, Digital Fabrication 3. Practice: designing a business model 4. Practice: designing a business model 5. Social Media for design: services, formats, strategies 6. Analysing the community: Social Network Analysis 7. Gephi and other social network analysis software 8. Facebook and e-mail analysis with Gephi 9. Introduction to Python for network analysis MAS Interaction Design 2013-2014 SUPSI, Lugano Scwitzerland!
  26. 26. Pekkola, Hirscher, Fuad_Luke, 2013! Chabot, 2013, p. 21! analyse a community around an Open project, including its discussion Examination As outcome of the course students are expected to understand and able to apply it’s basic concepts in their practical work. In order to be admitted to the examination, students must and communication materials according to the documentation for documentation booklet) within the appropriate deadline. Course Structure 1. Business models for Open projects: Open Source Software, 2. Business models for Open projects: DIY Crafts, Digital Fabrication 3. Practice: designing a business model 4. Practice: designing a business model 5. Social Media for design: services, formats, strategies 6. Analysing the community: Social Network Analysis 7. Gephi and other social network analysis software 8. Facebook and e-mail analysis with Gephi 9. Introduction to Python for network analysis MAS Interaction Design 2013-2014 SUPSI, Lugano Scwitzerland!
  27. 27. Pekkola, Hirscher, Fuad_Luke, 2013! Chabot, 2013, p. 21! analyse a community around an Open project, including its discussion Examination As outcome of the course students are expected to understand and able to apply it’s basic concepts in their practical work. In order to be admitted to the examination, students must and communication materials according to the documentation for documentation booklet) within the appropriate deadline. Course Structure 1. Business models for Open projects: Open Source Software, 2. Business models for Open projects: DIY Crafts, Digital Fabrication 3. Practice: designing a business model 4. Practice: designing a business model 5. Social Media for design: services, formats, strategies 6. Analysing the community: Social Network Analysis 7. Gephi and other social network analysis software 8. Facebook and e-mail analysis with Gephi 9. Introduction to Python for network analysis MAS Interaction Design 2013-2014 SUPSI, Lugano Scwitzerland!
  28. 28. Pekkola, Hirscher, Fuad_Luke, 2013! Chabot, 2013, p. 21! analyse a community around an Open project, including its discussion Examination As outcome of the course students are expected to understand and able to apply it’s basic concepts in their practical work. In order to be admitted to the examination, students must and communication materials according to the documentation for documentation booklet) within the appropriate deadline. Course Structure 1. Business models for Open projects: Open Source Software, 2. Business models for Open projects: DIY Crafts, Digital Fabrication 3. Practice: designing a business model 4. Practice: designing a business model 5. Social Media for design: services, formats, strategies 6. Analysing the community: Social Network Analysis 7. Gephi and other social network analysis software 8. Facebook and e-mail analysis with Gephi 9. Introduction to Python for network analysis MAS Interaction Design 2013-2014 SUPSI, Lugano Scwitzerland!
  29. 29. Tomas Margoni at OKFest Helsinki, 2012! Cecilia Palmer at FAD Barcelona, 2013!
  30. 30. © 2009 Goof van Beek cc-by-nc-sa! © 2011 Droog EventArchitectuur! © 2010 Cea cc-by 2.0 ! © 2013 Masssimo Menichinelli cc-by!
  31. 31. open access! open! contribution! closed!
  32. 32. C! U! D!U!D!C! CUD! DUC! UDC! The Old View" Co-­Creation" Open Design"
  33. 33. business model!
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  35. 35. OD-26750-Standing-Desk-1.0.0.zip! License.txt # Crea/ve Commons -­‐ A5ribu/on You can use and adapt the design for any purpose, even commercially, as long as you credit the designer. For full details, visit h5ps:// crea/vecommons.org/licenses/by/ 4.0/
  36. 36. opendesk.cc!
  37. 37. “open designer”!
  38. 38. facilitator!
  39. 39. developer! of production tools and methods! !
  40. 40. common infrastructure! to make design accessible to everyone! !
  41. 41. business model!
  42. 42. opendesk.cc!
  43. 43. designer! manufacturing! distribution! design! noun | verb!
  44. 44. applica/ons e.g automo/ve, furniture, interior architecture. producers of material Material (Patent)! manufacturers Real world example! “Onion model” of openness in material design! shared pool of knowledge closed (patent)
  45. 45. open access! open! contribution! closed!
  46. 46. contact details! Peter Troxler p.troxler@hr.nl @trox!
  47. 47. Promotion !http://imagination.lancs.ac.uk/activities/CoDesign_FaceMooc!
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Open design is a practice that borrows its way of working from open source software and brings these principles to the discipline of design. > Open Design (noun) ... relation to http://opendefinition.org > Open Design (practice) ... co-creating, co-designing > Open Design business model ... designing, manufacturing, distribution > example: http://opendesk.cc (Presentation given at BeyondSocial, Willem de Koning Academie, Rotterdam, 16 October 2014)

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