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The relevance of social design is gaining global momentum. Here’s a collection of thoughts and ideas from people both in and outside the network.
Aid, Industrial Design
The simple, well-designed water roller really improves access to water.
Well-being, Industrial Design
There are so many aspects of life calling for continued design attention. Age-friendly design is one area that directly touches us all.
Cumulus is a unique international association of Art and Design schools. The President, Mr. Guellerin, explains us the direction of Cumulus and designers.
Many of you know Felissimo as a co-organizer of DESIGN 21: Social Design Network. But have you ever wondered who they were? Who runs it?
Aid, Communication Design
By Haruko Smith, Director, DESIGN 21: Social Design Network
(Photo by Asahi Shimbun)
Poverty, Fashion Design
Read the News! These are some of the women who bring economic self-sufficiency to their village in Bangladesh today, thanks to small loans offered by Grameen Bank.
IDEO's Tim Brown ponders the design of networks and organizations and asks, what makes them beautiful?
Education, Industrial Design
Across America, students got a taste of design of the humanitarian kind through a traveling exhibition driven cross-country in an Airstream.
Environment, Audio/Visual Design
Introducing IDEO's Living Climate Change, the subject of our new video challenge.
Communication, Communication Design
For the finale of our Interview Series, we interview DESIGN 21's director Haruko Smith. Thank you to everyone who participated in the Interview Series.