Social Design

Social Design

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Sydney / Social Design Sydney - creating a conversation about Social Design
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Social Design Sydney logo by @Design-Kink

Co-Design / Participatory-Design Real world case examples. VIDEOS Shows how involving all stakeholders in the design process helps produce more meaningful products/services.

Social Design event coming up in Sydney. Branding by @Design-Kink . #socialengagement #opengov

Social Design event coming up in Sydney. Branding by Design-Kink.

31 ways to have a great day. Mini-book of inspiration, cover designed by Design-Kink for AfterCare in Sydney.

31 ways to have a great day. Mini-book of inspiration, cover designed by Design-Kink for AfterCare in Sydney.

The process of age. Logo by @Design-Kink

Process / methodology diary for a logo design.

Black Drum Roasters is an artisan coffee brand. Design-Kink designed their eCommerce shop (shop still in testing phase). http://blackdrumroasters.com.au

Black Drum Roasters is an artisan coffee brand. Design-Kink designed their eCommerce shop (shop still in testing phase). http://blackdrumroasters.com.au

EngageTech logo branding by Design-Kink

EngageTech logo branding by Design-Kink

Campsie Food Festival poster — branding by Design-Kink

Campsie Food Festival poster — branding by Design-Kink

This Is What Happens When You Give A Creative Community An Empty 14,000-Square-Foot Building. Freespace is a experiment in civic hacking, inspired in no small part by Burning Man. But it’s attracting the attention of Fortune 500 companies eager to find ways bring more creativity and innovation into their work spaces and companies.

freespace is a San Francisco warehouse that has been converted temporarily into an incubator for civic hacking projects.

Woollahra community creators - share ideas, cocreate projects

Are We Really Concerned For Our Children

The power of crowds.  "Historically, we have overestimated the value of access to information, and we have always underestimated the value of access to each other." — Clay Shirky

The Power Of Crowds - Clay Shirky, TED Radio Hour "Historically, we have overestimated the value of access to information,, and we have always underestimated the value of access to each other.