Editors: Birger Sevaldson and Peter Jones
Proceedings of Relating Systems Thinking and Design (RSD3) 2014 Symposium
In the meantime, here are some other editorials.
RSD9 Chair. Praveen Nahar: RSD9 created a place for pause and reflection, but also bold ideas and forward-thinking discussion.
RSD8 Chair. Carlos Teixeira: Use this place-holder, meaning the complex space of innovation, as a concept to be able to explore new interpretations about these types of challenges.
RSD7 Chair. Silvia Barbero: The seventh Relating Systems Thinking and Design (RSD7) symposium was held at the Politecnico di Torino, 23rd-28th October 2018, for the first time in Italy, defining an important collaboration among the institutions that founded the Systemic Design Research Network in 2012.
RSD6 Chair. Birger Sevaldson: Flourishing Together. The theme encompassed the contexts for flourishing in democratic societies and explored the opportunities for systemic design.
RSD5 Chair. Peter Jones: Proceedings are the result of the dialogue and discursive process within the community of practice, and while it follows peer review within an extended reviewer panel, it differs from the traditional scientific publication process.
RSD4 Co-Chairs Alex Ryan and Peter Jones: A range of compelling intellectual engagements, from Don Norman’s provocations to develop a design practice capable of dealing with significant complexity, to Lia Patricio’s resonant case study and model of integration in the Portuguese health records system, to AP-J’s cutting-edge architectural models.
RSD2 Editors Birger Sevaldson and Peter Jones: What binds systems related theories and practices together with design approaches may be the desire to reintroduce systems approaches with design toward a more effective integrated praxis.
RSD1 featured keynotes by Harold Nelson and Peter Jones and 12 plenary presentations.