Designing For Social Change: Strategies for Community-Based Graphic Design Andrew Shea
Publisher: Princeton Architectural Press
Designing applications to encourage a certain kind of behavior (especially with regards to health) is a rapidly emerging subfield of interaction design. Participants—including designers, community advocates, physicians and health specialists—focused on using creative methods to identify and address environmental and community factors that affect nutrition and promote chronic diseases. The partners behind the map pointed to a broad social agenda — from city planning to social change advocacy. Best practices are constantly evolving. GraphicDesign.com interviews Steve Nicholls, author of the best-selling book “Social Media in Business” on the importance of social media for Graphic Designers. Whether they're building great architecture in impoverished communities, trumpeting sustainable design, or studying the consequences of poor urban planning on human health, these innovators are all working tirelessly to make the John served as executive director of the San Francisco-based organization Public Architecture for seven years. With such a wide range of proven Several experts on technology and persuasion have produced models of behavioral change as well as practical strategies for implementing product features that cause behavioral change, including BJ Fogg and Icek Ajzen. My working knowledge of other software applications employed in school-related design projects includes the Adobe Suite, Photoshop and Illustrator. Jim has 13 years of financial experience at General Electric Co. As planners and designers we considered this an essential aspect of how we constructed this space in our community. Summit participants kicked off “A Billion + Change,” a three-year campaign to leverage $1 billion in skilled volunteering and pro bono services from the corporate community. Designed and developed by Hop Studios. Morgan, and he currently works for the March of Dimes Foundation doing strategic planning, marketing, information technology, training, and research. The design of this syllabus allowed us to conceive of “Race, Equity and the City” as more than just a class. Bill Mollison's Permaculture — A Designer's Manual covers the broad sweep of the permaculture design system. Whatever you call it, it's clear that an altruistic impulse is on the rise in the design community. � We want to craft an approach to the problem,” Grefé said, emphasizing creative exploration and the need to search for starting points along a path toward sustainable, systems-based change. So does his Introduction To Permaculture, though at a more basic level. Andrew is a graphic designer, writer, and educator who speaks regularly about creative collaboration and social change.