Tobias Luthe, Haley Fitzpatrick, and Daniel Christian Wahl
Carlos Castellanos, Xiao Zoe Fang, Paul Pangaro, and Eryk Salvaggio
Chhavi Jatwani, Matteo Vignoli, and Sara Roversi
Chris Oestereich, Praewa Satutum, Courtney Savie Lawrence, and Jett Virangkabutra
Tobias Luthe and Martin Schütz
Joanna Boehnert, Matt Sinclair, and Marianna J. Coulentianos
Ingrid Mulder, Maria Belén Buckenmayer, and Ryan J.A. Murphy
Saurabh Tewari and Raina Singh
Connie Svabo and Line Nicolaisen
Cornelis Willem Klok and Younjung Choi
Marius Stenersen, Birger Sevaldson, and Adam Balfour
Mateus van Stralen, Marcus Vinicius A.F.R. Bernardo, Isabel Amália Medero, and Amélia Panet de Barros
Zijun Lin and Beatrice Villari
Danielle Barrios-O’Neill, Laura Dudek, Nirit Binyamini Ben Meir, Elena Falomo, Charlotte Jarvis, and Carolina Ramirez-Figueroa
Shantanu Tilak, Marvin Evans, Ziye Wen, and Michael Glassman
Jose dos Santos Cabral Filho and Ana Paula Baltazar
Cat Drew, Jennie Winhall, and Cassie Robinson
William M. Patterson and Sharon Irish
Erica Dorn and Tara Dickman
Lynn Murray-Chandler, Danielle Lake, and David Humphreys
Michael Arnold Mages
Vinayak Unni, Gautam Kumar, Praveen Nahar, Neha Mandlik, and Sahil Thappa
Maggie Greyson, George Wang, and Angith Mohanarajan
Beverley Freedman, Carley MacAdam-Thompson, Maizie Lovatt and Katherine Valenzuela
Sarah Britten-Jones, Amber Jones, Daisy Stevens and Amelia Wylam
Reshmi Bisessar, Nathalie Robertson, Allison Rogers-Campbell, Doug Reid and Katrina Heschel
Hosted by PhD students of the TU Delft Systemic Design Lab with guest Dan Lockton
Frederick Steier, Tore Gulden, Pille Bunnell, Paul Pangaro and Flavio Mesquita da Silva
James Lomas, Nirmal Patel and Jodi Forlizzi
Louise Dumon and Francesca Ostuzzi
RSD8 Keynote. Charles Bezerra: A tribute to Charles L. Owen, Distinguished Professor Emeritus at the Institute of Design where he conducted research and taught until 2010 in the MDes, MDM, and PhD Design graduate programs.
Peter Jones and Birger Sevaldson
Andreas Wettre, Birger Sevaldson, and Palak Dudani
Dan Lockton, Lisa Brawley, Manuela Aguirre Ulloa, Matt Prindible, Laura Forlano, Karianne Rygh, John Fass, Katie Herzog, and Bettina Nissen
RSD7 Keynote. Roberto Iniquez Flores: In order to address the complexity of these new approaches design is evolving into a new cultures that are very diverse and emergent, these design cultures require a new characterization for its understanding.
Birger Sevaldson: New courses are showing at universities in Europe and the Americas, beyond those represented in the RSD discourse, as the interdiscipline grows in depth and applicability.
Evan Barba and J.R. Osborn
Pravin Nahar: The educational framework for systems design is reflective, evolving, transdisciplinary, and occurs at various levels.
Tom Vavik: Teaching the concept of Universal Design (UD) to design students has developed over the last decade.
Francesca Ostuzzi, Walter Dejonghe, and Jan Detand
Andreas Wettre and Birger Sevaldson
Author: Systemic Design Education at the National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad
Susu Nousala, David Ing, and Peter Jones
RSD3 Keynote. Hugh Dubberly: We can begin to live in systems and make them our own. We can take responsibility for our world.
RSD3 Keynote. Harold Nelson: A more tailored form will take shape through a process of self-organization—a type of dialogue that gives order and form to complex things.
RSD3 Keynote. Ranulph Glanville: The type of outcome, the ways in which they can be judges, the implicit criteria and the ethics involved are very different for engineering and design, and I will explore these a little.
RSD3 Keynote. Daniela Sangiorgi: An increase in complexity in service innovation has motivated the introduction of meta-level frameworks in service research introducing descriptions of service systems or service eco-systems, calling for interdisciplinary efforts to work toward innovation.
RSD2 Keynote. Fred Collopy: My thesis is that because the world’s, each society’s, and indeed most businesses’ problems have grown so particular and so complex, designers need the perspective of systems thinkers – and systems thinkers need the tools of designers.
RSD2 Keynote. What are the emergent qualities that arise when AND replaces the argumentative EITHER-OR in design situations?
Deepening design and systems sciences involves design practices that can generate concepts and intervene for change. Systemic design as an interdiscipline is proposed.