Let’s Talk About Social Design
Lee-Sean Huang (leesean), Co-founder, Foossa: “For me, social design means intentionally making interventions into a system to make it more equitable and inclusive. It’s about redistributing power. In this way, social design is an inherently political and community-centered act. Social design looks at changing the way we act and interact with one another.”
“Traditionally, we have categorized design in terms of outputs, such as fashion design, graphic design, interface design, etc. But social design is about thinking more broadly in terms of outcomes. Regardless of whether you design clothing, apps, or business models, what are the resulting changes in behavior, culture, and policy?”
What is your definition of social design?
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