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RSD3 – “Relating” Systems and Design

RSD3 – “Relating” Systems and Design

RSD3 Chairs and Editors: Birger Sevaldson and Peter Jones: The emerging renaissance of systems thinking in design responds to the increasing complexity in all challenges faced by designers, strategists, and transdisciplinary innovators.

A Systems Literacy Manifesto

A Systems Literacy Manifesto

RSD3 Keynote. Hugh Dubberly: We can begin to live in systems and make them our own. We can take responsibility for our world.

Self-organizing a strange attractor

Self-organizing a strange attractor

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.

Knowing and Designing

Knowing and Designing

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.

Bringing Complexity into Service Design Research

Bringing Complexity into Service Design Research

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.