Social Design Reader [Hardback]

(Massachusetts College of Art)
  • Formāts: Hardback, 496 pages, height x width: 246x189 mm
  • Izdošanas datums: 11-Jul-2019
  • Izdevniecība: Bloomsbury Visual Arts
  • ISBN-10: 1350026069
  • ISBN-13: 9781350026063
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  • ISBN-10: 1350026069
  • ISBN-13: 9781350026063
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The Social Design Reader helps the reader understand how to use design as a catalyst for social change. The Reader brings together key writings by leading proponents and practitioners of social design, including Ken Garland, Victor Papanek, Ezio Manzini and Steven Heller, tracing the emergence of socially responsible design as a concept, as a nascent field of study, and now as a discipline of professional practice. This volume represents the authentic voices of thinkers, writers, and designers who are helping to build a 'canon' of informed literature to document the development of the discipline.

The Social Design Reader surveys key texts written over the past 50 years, beginning with the publication of Ken Garland's 1964 First Things First manifesto, and including writings by scholars, critics and designers including Victor Papanek, Ezio Manzini, Victor Margolin and Steven Heller. These extracts are combined with Elizabeth Resnick's contextualising editorial introductions, newly commissioned material by design educators and practitioners, and useful resources for students to aid further research and inform practice.

Recenzijas

This is a powerful and timely survey of the social design territory and its evolution in the past few decades. Resnick provides an insightful overview of the ways in which design is addressing some of the most pressing issues facing us in the 21st century. Essential reading. * Terry Irwin, Head of the School of Design at Carnegie Mellon University, USA * One of the most compelling design compendiums to emerge since the Looking Closer series! Resnick's selection of essays, both historical and contemporary, offers astute and critical discussions about the transformative potential of socially responsible design. This timely book makes for essential reading for design scholars and practitioners alike. * Fatima Cassim, Co-Editor of Image and Text journal, South Africa * In times when some of the founding values of our society seem in crisis, it is urgent to question the social responsibility of designers. This collection of essays on social design, edited by Elizabeth Resnick, is a good starting point for every designer who sees in their practice a chance to promote social innovation. * Gianni Sinni, Deputy Director of the Design MA at the University of the Republic of San Marino * Elizabeth Resnick's The Social Design Reader should be on every essential reading list in design schools everywhere. It provides a much-needed common vocabulary to discuss the maturation of design theory and practice over the last 50 years. The ideas in this book will be the catalyst for debate and discussion, dissertations, masters' projects and research topics, and hopefully the material for a future edition. * Olwen Moseley, Professor of Design Industry Engagement at Cardiff Metropolitan University, UK * In times when 'social design' and 'design for good' have become ubiquitous labels too easily applied at a surface level, The Social Design Reader offers access to seminal readings and a starting point for a shared framework to challenge design's role in effecting change through critically examining foundations, methodologies, ethics, and efficacy. * Ann McDonald, Associate Professor of Design at Northeastern University, USA *

Papildus informācija

Brings together essential writings on social design theory and practice from the 1960s to the present day, combined with contextualising editorial introductions and useful resources for students.
- Preface / Elizabeth Resnick Section 1: Making a Stand: A New Social Agenda for Design - Introduction - Elizabeth Resnick - Is Social Design A Thing? - Cameron Tonkinwise - Social Design: From Utopia to the Good Society - Victor Margolin - Emigre Culture and the Origins of Social Design - Alison J. Clarke Section 2: Creating the Future: Defining the Socially Responsible Designer 1964-1999 - Introduction - Elizabeth Resnick - First Things First Manifesto - Ken Garland - Here Are Some Things We Must Do - Ken Garland - Edugraphology-The Myths of Design and the Design of Myths - Victor Papanek - Design As A Socially Significant Activity - Clive Dilnot - Designerly Ways of Knowing - Nigel Cross - The Future Isn't What it Used to Be - Victor Papanek - Commerce or Culture: Industrialization and Design - John Heskett - Wicked Problems in Design Thinking - Richard Buchanan - Good Citizenship: Design as a Social and Political Force - Katherine McCoy - Feminist Perspectives (Design for Society) - Nigel Whitely - There is Such a Thing as Society - Andrew Howard - Design and Reflexivity - Jan van Toorn - Design Noir - Anthony Dunne Section 3: A Sea Change: The Paradigm Shift from Objects to Systems 2000-2020 - Introduction - Elizabeth Resnick - First Things First Manifesto 2000 - Kalle Lasn - A "Social Model" of Design: Issues of Practice and Research - Victor Margolin and Sylvia Margolin - The Dematerialization of Design - Jorge Frascara - Why Being "Less Bad" Is No Good (Cradle to Cradle) - William McDonough and Michael Braungart - Clothes That Connect - Kate Fletcher - Design's Role in Sustainable Consumption - Ann Thorpe - Transformative Services and Transformation Design - Daniela Sangiorgi - Rethinking Design Thinking, Part I - Lucy Kimbell - Rethinking Design Thinking, Part 2 - Lucy Kimbell - Design Things and Design Thinking: Contemporary Participatory Design Challenges - Erling Bjoegvinsson, Pelle Ehn, Per-Anders Hillgren - From Design Culture to Design Activism - Guy Julier - Decolonizing Design Innovation - Elizabeth Tunstall - Social Design and Neocolonialism - Cinnamon Janzer and Lauren Weinstein - Futuristic Gizmos, Conservative Ideals: On Speculative Anachronistic Design - Luiza Prado de O. Martins and Pedro Vieira de Oliveira - Privilege and Oppression: Towards a Feminist Speculative Design - Luiza Prado de O. Martins - Is Sustainable Innovation an Oxymoron? - Elizabeth B-N Sanders - Social innovation and design: Enabling, replicating and synergizing - Ezio Manzini - Global Methods, Local Designs - Ahmed Ansari - The Emerging Transition Design Approach - Terry Irwin - Contributors bios - Further reading - Index
Elizabeth Resnick is Professor Emerita of Graphic Design at Massachusetts College of Art and Design, USA.