What is the single most overlooked issue that designers face today?
How can design schools/programs incorporate sustainable design education into their curriculum? (i.e. What do students need to know?)
We are a culture obsessed with consumption, it's no surprise that the design process itself has become quite inefficient (waste, pollution, obsolescence, etc.). How can the way we work have a positive impact on society's demand for more goods?
How should designers working for social good approach projects in the luxury/hi-tech markets?
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Princeton, NJ, United States
Designer (Graphic Design)
Member since June 25, 2009
In response to What would you ask Valerie Casey?, posted by Carli Pierce,
in the thread What would you ask Valerie Casey?
Posted July 27, 2009 in Who Would You Interview
In response to Who Would You Interview? Nominate now!, posted by Jacqui,
in the thread Who Would You Interview? Nominate now!
I'd love to interview Valerie Casey, founder and executive director of the Designers Accord, a global coalition of designers, educators, strategists, researchers, engineers, and corporate leaders, working together to create positive environmental and social impact.
Posted July 07, 2009 in DESIGN 21