Posts tagged "social innovation"
Make Design Matter: Make design that makes a difference

Make Design Matter: Make design that makes a difference

This is the third in a series of excerpts from the book Make Design Matter by the David Report founder and editor-in-chief David Carlson. The book is a pocket size guide to meaningful design and has just been released via BIS publishers. It is available at well-stocked bookstores (links below). Creativity is the engine for innovation and new ideas. By...
Make Design Matter: Be open minded

Make Design Matter: Be open minded

This is the second in a series of excerpts from the book Make Design Matter by the David Report founder and editor-in-chief David Carlson. The book is a pocket size guide to meaningful design and has just been released via BIS publishers. It is available at well-stocked bookstores (links below). Be open minded Great Ormond Street Hospital is a global...
Make Design Matter: Find new solutions

Make Design Matter: Find new solutions

This is the first in a series of excerpts from the book Make Design Matter by the David Report founder and editor-in-chief David Carlson. The book is a pocket size guide to meaningful design and has just been released via BIS publishers. It is available at well-stocked bookstores (links below). Find new solutions Sometimes a small change...
Make Design Matter - a little red book about meaningful design

Make Design Matter – a little red book about meaningful design

Make Design Matter – new book by David Carlson, founder of David Report. Make Design Matter is a little Red Book that presents a pocket size guide to meaningful design. Seven stepping-stones that help you cross the stream of change, and get you to the other side, firm and dry. The guide is an important...
The Weaving Love, Creating Hope Competition

The Weaving Love, Creating Hope Competition

The Weaving Love, Creating Hope Competition calls on designers from across the globe to get involved to help support the local independent weavers in Bangladesh. Grameen means village in Bangla.  The traditional check-patterned fabric is woven in cotton and has long been an active local industry.  Interested participants are asked to submit designs that represent...