So you want to change the world. But all you’ve got is a graphic design degree and an exquisite knack for frothy page layouts. No problem. In Designing for Social Change: Strategies for Community-Based Graphic Design, author Andrew Shea ticks off 10 strategies for navigating you own socially relevant design project.
Some of these are common sense (identify the community’s strengths, promise only what you can deliver).
Participants of Winterhouse Symposium on Design Education and Social Change, October 17-19, 2010, each contributed case studies of a class, project or program that bridges design and social innovation.
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Designing for Social Change is a toolkit of strategies, case studies, and stories, offering new opportunities for approaching social design in our communities.