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Call for Contributions

Call for Contributions

RSD symposia are a time to report on work, but also to work in unfamiliar constellations, and develop new thoughts and questions.

Preparing an RSD submission

Preparing an RSD submission

This article invites you to follow the RSD posting protocols and provides a detailed description of the basics to consider when preparing your submission.

Focus areas: the RSD11 seven

Focus areas: the RSD11 seven

Seven specific focus areas have been developed as provocations for critical reflection, new topics, and different directions.

SDA Adopts a Scholar’s Spiral

SDA Adopts a Scholar’s Spiral

After nearly a decade of the publishing ladder, SDA has adopted a cyclic publishing “spiral” to re-centre the overall approach to systemic design publishing.

She Ji Journal of Design, Economics, and Innovation

She Ji Journal of Design, Economics, and Innovation

SDA pursues continuous development of leading work from RSD authors and maintains editorial relationships with She Ji, a leading scholarly design journal dedicated to economics and innovation, design process, and design thinking in complex sociotechnical environments.

Top Ten in Systemic Design

Top Ten in Systemic Design

Unlike RSD’s peer-review process, the Top Ten for Ten is a listicle that’s based on a simple criterion: the sheer number of RSD contributions. You will likely recognise the top ten names because of their sustained commitment and dedication to establishing systemic design in academe and design practice.

About the symposia and repository

About the symposia and repository

This website represents a resource of contributions for and from the RSD Symposium community, providing an unparalleled collection of peer-reviewed and curated work.

The new SDA Journal

The new SDA Journal

The SDA Journal will launch with two semi-annual issues per year, and we hope to start the first issue with a small number of quality articles to be published by the end of 2021.

Nine chapters by RSD authors for Systemic Design book

Nine chapters by RSD authors for Systemic Design book

SDA is pleased to report that nine chapters are drawn from authors presenting at RSD4, Banff Canada 2015. The edited volume is in the Springer Systems Science series (ed. K. Kijima) with chapters available to academic libraries online.

Books & Beers

Books & Beers

RSD7 featured relaxed “learning-and-doing time”. At the end of each day, three decompressing “Books and Beers” events were hosted in the close venue of Eataly. Five recently published books were introduced to the audience and discussed in a more informal environment.

Designing Sustainable Energy for All

Designing Sustainable Energy for All

Carlo Vezzoli, Fabrizio Ceschin, Lilac Osanjo, Mugendi K. M’rithaa, and Richie Moalosi discuss the design approach and tools used by companies and practitioners. The book is of interest to professionals working in design, industry, government, NGO, and researchers.

Systemic Design Theory, Methods, and Practice

Systemic Design Theory, Methods, and Practice

Editors Peter Jones and Kyoichi Kijima present the co-evolving fields of design-led systemics, referred to as systemic design, as distinguished from the engineering and hard science epistemologies of system design or systems engineering.