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Developing citizen designers / edited by Elizabeth Resnick

Contributor(s): Resnick, Elizabeth [editor literari].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York : Bloomsbury, 2016Description: 312 pàgines : il·lustracions ; 26 cm.Content type: text | imatge fixa Media type: sense mediació Carrier type: volumISBN: 9780857856562; 9780857856203.Subject(s): Disseny -- Aspectes socials | Disseny -- Estudi de casos
Contents:
Conté: Foreword, Bernard Canniffe, Iowa State University, USA -- Introduction, Elizabeth Resnick, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, USA -- Graphic Design Education and the Challenge of Social Transformation, Victor Margolin, USAPart 1: Designing Thinking -- Section 1: Socially Responsible Design -- 1. Essay: Anatomy of the Socially Responsible Designer, Andrew Shea, designer, writer and educator, USA -- 2. Interview: Five Questions of Omar Vulpinari, IUAV University of Venice, Italy -- 3. Case Study: Apocalypsis Ante Portas - Exoteric City Competition, Dora Balla, Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Turkey -- 4. Case Study: Señor John's BBQ Sauce, Antonio H Castro, University of Texas at El Paso, USA -- 5. Case Study: Womens Exchange, Brockett Horne, Maryland Institute College of Art, USA -- 6. Case Study: The Kelabit Highlands Community Development Project, Meghan Kelly, Deakin University, Australia -- 7. Case Study: Fundaci´on Mark, Gustavo Morainslie, Universidad Tecnol´ogica de M´exico campus Atizap´an, USA -- 8. Case Study: Greening the Mind (Matarkista Reykjav´ikur), Massimo Santanicchia, Iceland Academy of the Arts, Iceland -- 9. Case Study: together+, Robert Sedlack, University of Notre Dame, USA -- 10. Case Study: Women of Istanbul Through Time, Basak ¨Urkmez, Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, TurkeySection 2: Design Activism -- 1. Essay: What Design Activism is and is Not: A Primer for Students, Natalia Ilyin, Cornish College of the Arts, USA -- 2. Interview: Five Questions of Harry Pearce, Pentagram, UK -- 3. Case Study: Life is a Protest, Gulizar Cepolgu, University of the Arts London, UK -- 4. Case Study: Amen: Supporting male victims of domestic abuse, Brenda Dermody and Clare Bell, Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland -- 5. Case Study: Birds Eye View, Alice Drueding, Tyler School of Art at Temple University, USA -- 6. Case Study: Sustainable, Joo Ha, Namseoul University, South Korea -- 7. Case Study: Finding Your Way_De Grote Beek, Catelijne van Middelkoop, Design Academy Eindhoven, The Netherlands -- 8. Case Study: Designing Police, Bernard Canniffe, Iowa State University, USA -- 9. Case Study: Communication Design for Social Issues, Hyunmee Kim, Samsung Art and Design Institute, South Korea -- 10. Case Study: WASH Curriculum Redesign, Ken Visocky-O'Grady, Kent State University, USASection 3: Design Authorship -- 1. Essay: Embracing the Notion of Design Authorship and Entrepreneurship, Steven McCarthy, University of Minnesota, USA -- 2. Interview: Five Questions of Juhan Sonin, Involution Studio, USA -- 3. Case Study: Food for Good: Self-Initiated Project, Siˆan Cook, University of the Arts London, UK -- 4. Case Study: Packaged Pets, Maria Mordvintseva, Designer, Russia -- 5. Case Study: SexSense, David Smith, D´un Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology, Ireland -- 6. Case Study: Culturally Appropriate Graphics, Audrey Bennett, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA -- 7. Case Study: Entomo, David Smith, D´un Laoghaire Institute of Art, IrelandPart 2: Design Methodology -- Section 1: Collaborative Learning -- 1. Essay: Collaborative Learning: The Social in Social Design, Teal Triggs, Royal College of Art, UK -- 2. Interview: Five Questions of Jacques Lange, Bluprint Design, South Africa -- 3. Case Study: Project Baltimore, Ryan Clifford, Maryland Institute College of Art, USA -- 4. Case Study: Designing for Democracy, Christopher Hetherington, Emily Carr University of Art and Design, Canada -- 5. Case Study: Community Partnership with St. James School, Kelly Holohan, Tyler School of Art at Temple University, USA -- 6. Case Study: European Street Design Challenge 2013, Sadna Jain, Chelsea College of Art, UK -- 7. Case Study: The West End Workbook, Keith Owens and Michael Gibson, The University of North Texas, USA -- 8. Case Study: ELISAVA 4 Walls project, Raffaella Perrone, Barcelona School of Design and Engineering, Spain -- 9. Case Study: Welcome Home, Lisa Rosowsky, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, USA -- 10. Case Study: The Brightmoor Farmway Project, Hannah Smotrich and Charlie Michaels, University of Michigan, USASection 2: Participatory Design -- 1. Essay: Social Innovation through Participatory Design, Helen Armstrong, Miami University, USA -- 2. Interview: Five Questions of Astrid Stavro, Astrid Stavro Studio, Spain -- 3. Case Study: Colors for Life/ Diego Giovanni Berm´udez Aquirre, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana Cali, Colombia -- 4. Case Study: WhoNotWhat: A Photovoice Exploration, Mark Biddle, Weber State University, USA -- 5. Case Study: InDEFYnable: Struggle Together, Stand Together, Audra Buck-Coleman, University of Maryland, USA -- 6. Case Study: Designing Alteratives, Emma Gieben-Gamal and S´onia Matos, University of Edinburgh, UK -- 7. Case Study: Family Van Wrap Redesign, Elizabeth Resnick, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, USA -- 8. Case Study: Llagostera Youth Center, Ariel Guersenzvaig, Escola Superior de Desseny, Spain -- 9. Case Study: The Human Story, Jacqueline Malcolm, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design, UK -- 10. Case Study: Dementia Lab (D-lab) Masters Module, Andrea Wilkinson, LUCA School of Arts, BelgiumSection 3: Service Design -- 1. Essay: Designing from the End to the Beginning and Back Again: Introducing Students to Service Design Thinking, Michael Gibson, The University of North Texas, USA -- 2. Interview: Five Questions of Jake Barrow, George Patterson Y&R, Australia -- 3. Case Study: Designing a better Fly-In-Fly-Out Lifestyle in Western Australia, Christopher Kueh, Edith Cowan University, Australia -- 4. Case Study: Creating an Identity for the Cahaba River Blueway, Doug Barrett, University of Alabama at Birmingham, UK -- 5. Case Study: Ballot: a digital resource to assist young adults with the voting process, Paul Nini, The Ohio State University, USA -- 6. Case Study: Prosperity Gardens, Brian Wiley and Eric Benson, University of Illinois, USA -- 7. Case Study: Translating Happiness through Design, Stuart Medley, Christopher Kueh, and Hanadi Haddad, Edith Cowan University, AustraliaPart 3: Making a Difference -- Section 1: Getting Involved -- 1. Essay: Designing Sustainable and Equitable Relationships with Communities, Eric Benson, University of Illinois, USA -- 2. Interview: Five Questions of Kenji Nakayama, artist, USA -- 3. Essay: Teaching Social Literacy, Myra Margolin, Maryland Institute College of Art and Design, USA -- 4. Essay: Cultural Respect, Not Social Responsibility: The Seven Principles of Design Anthrology, Elizabeth Tunstall, Swinburne University of Technology, AustraliaSection 2: Resources -- 1. Essay: Assessment Considerations for Social Impact Design, Audra Buck-Coleman, University of Maryland, USA -- 2. Essay: The Citizen Designer: A Cautionary Note, Cinnamon Janzer and Lauren Weinstein, designers, USA -- 3. Essay: Making the Transition: A Personal Reflection, Penina Acayo, University of Notre Dame, USA -- 4. Essay: Some Thoughts on Empathy, Gunta Kaza, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, USA -- 5. Essay: All Together Now, Scott Boylston, Savannah College of Art and Design, USA -- 6. ResourcesBibliography -- Index -- Acknowledgements.
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Conté: Foreword, Bernard Canniffe, Iowa State University, USA -- Introduction, Elizabeth Resnick, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, USA -- Graphic Design Education and the Challenge of Social Transformation, Victor Margolin, USAPart 1: Designing Thinking -- Section 1: Socially Responsible Design -- 1. Essay: Anatomy of the Socially Responsible Designer, Andrew Shea, designer, writer and educator, USA -- 2. Interview: Five Questions of Omar Vulpinari, IUAV University of Venice, Italy -- 3. Case Study: Apocalypsis Ante Portas - Exoteric City Competition, Dora Balla, Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Turkey -- 4. Case Study: Señor John's BBQ Sauce, Antonio H Castro, University of Texas at El Paso, USA -- 5. Case Study: Womens Exchange, Brockett Horne, Maryland Institute College of Art, USA -- 6. Case Study: The Kelabit Highlands Community Development Project, Meghan Kelly, Deakin University, Australia -- 7. Case Study: Fundaci´on Mark, Gustavo Morainslie, Universidad Tecnol´ogica de M´exico campus Atizap´an, USA -- 8. Case Study: Greening the Mind (Matarkista Reykjav´ikur), Massimo Santanicchia, Iceland Academy of the Arts, Iceland -- 9. Case Study: together+, Robert Sedlack, University of Notre Dame, USA -- 10. Case Study: Women of Istanbul Through Time, Basak ¨Urkmez, Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, TurkeySection 2: Design Activism -- 1. Essay: What Design Activism is and is Not: A Primer for Students, Natalia Ilyin, Cornish College of the Arts, USA -- 2. Interview: Five Questions of Harry Pearce, Pentagram, UK -- 3. Case Study: Life is a Protest, Gulizar Cepolgu, University of the Arts London, UK -- 4. Case Study: Amen: Supporting male victims of domestic abuse, Brenda Dermody and Clare Bell, Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland -- 5. Case Study: Birds Eye View, Alice Drueding, Tyler School of Art at Temple University, USA -- 6. Case Study: Sustainable, Joo Ha, Namseoul University, South Korea -- 7. Case Study: Finding Your Way_De Grote Beek, Catelijne van Middelkoop, Design Academy Eindhoven, The Netherlands -- 8. Case Study: Designing Police, Bernard Canniffe, Iowa State University, USA -- 9. Case Study: Communication Design for Social Issues, Hyunmee Kim, Samsung Art and Design Institute, South Korea -- 10. Case Study: WASH Curriculum Redesign, Ken Visocky-O'Grady, Kent State University, USASection 3: Design Authorship -- 1. Essay: Embracing the Notion of Design Authorship and Entrepreneurship, Steven McCarthy, University of Minnesota, USA -- 2. Interview: Five Questions of Juhan Sonin, Involution Studio, USA -- 3. Case Study: Food for Good: Self-Initiated Project, Siˆan Cook, University of the Arts London, UK -- 4. Case Study: Packaged Pets, Maria Mordvintseva, Designer, Russia -- 5. Case Study: SexSense, David Smith, D´un Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology, Ireland -- 6. Case Study: Culturally Appropriate Graphics, Audrey Bennett, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA -- 7. Case Study: Entomo, David Smith, D´un Laoghaire Institute of Art, IrelandPart 2: Design Methodology -- Section 1: Collaborative Learning -- 1. Essay: Collaborative Learning: The Social in Social Design, Teal Triggs, Royal College of Art, UK -- 2. Interview: Five Questions of Jacques Lange, Bluprint Design, South Africa -- 3. Case Study: Project Baltimore, Ryan Clifford, Maryland Institute College of Art, USA -- 4. Case Study: Designing for Democracy, Christopher Hetherington, Emily Carr University of Art and Design, Canada -- 5. Case Study: Community Partnership with St. James School, Kelly Holohan, Tyler School of Art at Temple University, USA -- 6. Case Study: European Street Design Challenge 2013, Sadna Jain, Chelsea College of Art, UK -- 7. Case Study: The West End Workbook, Keith Owens and Michael Gibson, The University of North Texas, USA -- 8. Case Study: ELISAVA 4 Walls project, Raffaella Perrone, Barcelona School of Design and Engineering, Spain -- 9. Case Study: Welcome Home, Lisa Rosowsky, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, USA -- 10. Case Study: The Brightmoor Farmway Project, Hannah Smotrich and Charlie Michaels, University of Michigan, USASection 2: Participatory Design -- 1. Essay: Social Innovation through Participatory Design, Helen Armstrong, Miami University, USA -- 2. Interview: Five Questions of Astrid Stavro, Astrid Stavro Studio, Spain -- 3. Case Study: Colors for Life/ Diego Giovanni Berm´udez Aquirre, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana Cali, Colombia -- 4. Case Study: WhoNotWhat: A Photovoice Exploration, Mark Biddle, Weber State University, USA -- 5. Case Study: InDEFYnable: Struggle Together, Stand Together, Audra Buck-Coleman, University of Maryland, USA -- 6. Case Study: Designing Alteratives, Emma Gieben-Gamal and S´onia Matos, University of Edinburgh, UK -- 7. Case Study: Family Van Wrap Redesign, Elizabeth Resnick, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, USA -- 8. Case Study: Llagostera Youth Center, Ariel Guersenzvaig, Escola Superior de Desseny, Spain -- 9. Case Study: The Human Story, Jacqueline Malcolm, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design, UK -- 10. Case Study: Dementia Lab (D-lab) Masters Module, Andrea Wilkinson, LUCA School of Arts, BelgiumSection 3: Service Design -- 1. Essay: Designing from the End to the Beginning and Back Again: Introducing Students to Service Design Thinking, Michael Gibson, The University of North Texas, USA -- 2. Interview: Five Questions of Jake Barrow, George Patterson Y&R, Australia -- 3. Case Study: Designing a better Fly-In-Fly-Out Lifestyle in Western Australia, Christopher Kueh, Edith Cowan University, Australia -- 4. Case Study: Creating an Identity for the Cahaba River Blueway, Doug Barrett, University of Alabama at Birmingham, UK -- 5. Case Study: Ballot: a digital resource to assist young adults with the voting process, Paul Nini, The Ohio State University, USA -- 6. Case Study: Prosperity Gardens, Brian Wiley and Eric Benson, University of Illinois, USA -- 7. Case Study: Translating Happiness through Design, Stuart Medley, Christopher Kueh, and Hanadi Haddad, Edith Cowan University, AustraliaPart 3: Making a Difference -- Section 1: Getting Involved -- 1. Essay: Designing Sustainable and Equitable Relationships with Communities, Eric Benson, University of Illinois, USA -- 2. Interview: Five Questions of Kenji Nakayama, artist, USA -- 3. Essay: Teaching Social Literacy, Myra Margolin, Maryland Institute College of Art and Design, USA -- 4. Essay: Cultural Respect, Not Social Responsibility: The Seven Principles of Design Anthrology, Elizabeth Tunstall, Swinburne University of Technology, AustraliaSection 2: Resources -- 1. Essay: Assessment Considerations for Social Impact Design, Audra Buck-Coleman, University of Maryland, USA -- 2. Essay: The Citizen Designer: A Cautionary Note, Cinnamon Janzer and Lauren Weinstein, designers, USA -- 3. Essay: Making the Transition: A Personal Reflection, Penina Acayo, University of Notre Dame, USA -- 4. Essay: Some Thoughts on Empathy, Gunta Kaza, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, USA -- 5. Essay: All Together Now, Scott Boylston, Savannah College of Art and Design, USA -- 6. ResourcesBibliography -- Index -- Acknowledgements.

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