The #NewMacy Studio construct is to enable deep participation through activities such as prototyping, play, exploration, enactment, and improvisation.
Category: Topic: Sociotechnical Systems
Topic: Sociotechnical Systems
Re-defining Stability. A contextual framing for #NewMacy and the #NewMacy “Acts” at RSD11.
Reintroducing Stability – #NewMacy conversations to construct an ever-inclusive and participant-directed platform for dynamic stability and growth.
Panellists: Shany Barath, Susannah Dickinson, Liss C. Werner. Panel Lead: Marie Davidová.
Moderator: Jon Goodbun. Panellists: Phillip Guddemi, Simon Sadler, and Fred Turner. Organised by Dulmini Perera.
#NewMacy Studios: Participants can expect to converse, prototype, experiment, play, and improve.
Commoning by Design: Exploring commoning approaches for multispecies stakeholder cooperation in systemic design
Online. Julia Schaeper and Glenn Robert
In-person. Nicole Norris, Alexis Tennent, Irena Pozgaj-Jones, Adam Dagenais, Joanne Renaux, and Shaun Alfonso
In-person. Marianna Marchesi
Online. Chhavi Jatwani, Matteo Vignoli, and Sara Roversi
Online. Rohan Walsh and John Rbeiz
Online. Perin Ruttonsha
Goran Matic and Ana Matic
A Case Study of Theories of Systemic Change and Action: The Ecotrust Canada Home-Lands initiative -144
Lewis Muirhead and Ryan J.A. Murphy
Svein Gunnar Kjøde
A Systemic Design Framework for AI-enabled Healthcare: Improving health and wellbeing of people with learning disabilities -35
Gyuchan Thomas Jun, Satheesh Gangadharan, Georgina Cosma, Panos Balatsoukas, Cecilia Landa-Avila, Francesco Zaccardi, Michelle O’Reilly, Ashley Akbari, Vasa Curcin, Rohit Shankar, Reza Kiani, Neil Sinclaire, and Chris Knifton
Blockchain for Socio-Economic Impact: Financial inclusion by environment-centric service design -110
Mothilal Loganathan, Pavan Kalyan, and Vishruth Kumar
Laetitia Bornes, Catherine Letondal, and Rob Vingerhoeds
Anouk Geenen, Julieta Matos-Castaño, Deger Ozkaramanli, and Mascha van der Voort
Silvia Barbero and Amina Pereno
Institutionalizing New Civic Learning Traditions: Nurturing design practice in planning cultures -166
Tom Flanagan, Alexander N. Christakis, and Maria Kakoulaki
Marie Davidova, Leonie K Fischer, and Martha Teye
Self-Scaling Open Innovation Pathways: Accelerating integration of augumented reality into the maritime sector -31
Espen Strange and Kjetil Nordby
Qian He, Lianne Simonse, and Elisa Giaccardi
Social Network Analysis for Cybernetic Interaction Design in Technology-Supported College Curricula -17
Shantanu Tilak, Marvin Evans, Ziye Wen, and Michael Glassman
Systemic Design Principles Guiding Perinatal Mobile App for Ethnomedical Midwifery Unit in Bogota -45
Laura Nino, Daisy Yoo, Camila Nino Fernandez, and Caroline Hummels
Systems for Innovation: Towards a model of requisite variety through intercultural conversations -157
Estefania Ciliotta Chehade and Michael Arnold Mages
Pranay Arun Kumar and Peter Jones
Aniek Toet, Jasper van Kuijk, and Sicco Santema
Andreas Wettre and Christodoulos Christodoulou
Ganesh Kumar, Krishnakant Saini, Nikhil Soman, Vagmita Parmar, Praveen Nahar, and Sahil Thappa
O. Fred Preston
Guo Qiu, Hanxu Yu, Hongyi Hu, Yuanning Han and Christiane M. Herr
RSD10 Keynote. Dr Klaus Krippendorff suggests that designers become critical of what their work supports, and cognizant of and accountable for the systemic consequences of their designs.
Paul Pangaro, Tirelle Barron, Michael Munton, Eryk Salvaggio, Fred Steier and Mark Sullivan
Alexander Nieuwborg, Suzanne Hiemstra-van Mastrigt, Marijke Melles, Sicco Santema and Jan Zekveld
Cornelia Böhm, Mattias Arvola and Jonas Lundberg
Shivani Prakash, Felicia Nilsson and Josina Vink
Automation and the Value of Work: The effects of digital automation on job displacement in western Pennsylvania
A map depicting automation’s inverse relationship with the value of work as a wicked problem, in part because it is caused by and plays a role in the systems of other wicked problems.
Kees Dorst: Could there be something in the very nature of design practices that limits Design’s ability to deal with these very complex systems?
Authors: Harshika Jain, Vaibhav Singh, and Praveen Nahar
Jerry Koh and Claire Buré
RSD4 Keynote. Don Norman: Design schools need to change, but how?
Attempting to fly: Deployment of system-oriented design methodology conducted by the Norwegian Design Council
Benedicte Wildhagen, Knut Bang, and Adrian Paulsen