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Systemic Design Conversations about Reviewing

Systemic Design Conversations about Reviewing

Ryan Murphy hosts two pop-up sessions in two time zones, featuring Ray Ison, Peter Jones, Houda Khayame, Wendy Ross, Ruth Schmidt, and Katelyn Stenger. These hour-long conversations, concentrated on reviewing submissions for conferences and journals, represent various perspectives and will be recorded as a resource for people new to reviewing while offering fresh insights for established reviewers and editors.

About RSD and Systemic Design

About RSD and Systemic Design

The RSD symposia proceedings represent a systemic design resource—an unparalleled collection of peer-reviewed work and contributions from academe and practice.

Designing Transitions

Designing Transitions

RSD10 Keynote. Dr Derk Loorbach provides a transition perspective to address the complexities and uncertainty of change and presents development by design as a way forward.

RSD10 Sketchnote Gallery

RSD10 Sketchnote Gallery

Sketchnotes capture the big ideas within a complex conversation, are a rich source of signals, and capture the geist of the session.

Paper Tracks: Provoking thought and dialogue

Paper Tracks: Provoking thought and dialogue

RSD Paper Tracks are a popular symposium format. RSD offers a platform for discussing ongoing work with peers and systemic design colleagues. Authors present their papers and invite input to develop their work further.

Access to Healthcare in New York City

Access to Healthcare in New York City

Designers can play a role in access to healthcare by combining research, design methodologies, and collaboration skills to reimagine how people interact with the system.

Anti-Black Racism in Pittsburgh

Anti-Black Racism in Pittsburgh

This gigamap puts forward six interventions for anti-Black racism: affinity space creation, white supremacy education, colour-aware work programs, addressing redlining, a reparations system, and universal basic income.