http://measured.design January 24, 2017 The social design process – human centered design principles, methods and tools – is being used by a growing number of funders, designers and social sector practitioners as an approach to solving complex social problems. Significant resources are being invested, and an enormous buzz has emerged about design’s potential for increasing…
Doug Powell, IBM talks about designing at scale. Watch it here.
Heather Fleming, Catapult Design talks about the intersection of business, innovation, and social impact. Watch it here.
Sundaa Bridgett-Jones, Rockefeller Foundation talks about the resilience and future of cities. Watch it here.
Rosanne Haggerty, Community Solutions talks about a measured approach to solving homelessness. Watch it here.
Marc Brackett, at the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence shows us how emotional health is measured. Watch it here.
Anne LaFond, of John Snow, Inc. is tracking design’s influence in the field. Watch it here.
Evan Thomas, SWEETLab and Zoé Bezpalko, Autodesk Foundation, on researching product design’s role in social change. Watch it here.
Jake Porway, DataKind founder, on the future of design and big data. Watch it here.
Lori Melichar from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation spoke about the role designers can play in creating a “culture of health.” Watch it here.