Monthly Archives: November 2013

On Think Tanks and Social Design

As Lucy Kimbell notes in an article on the Policy Network’s Observatory, we are starting to see increasing numbers of government organisations, across the world, ‘reaching out to something confusingly called ‘design’, in their attempts to create and deliver better … Continue reading

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Mapping Social Design Practice: Beyond the Toolkit

Along with the emergence of self-consciously social design or design for social impact over the past decade has come a plethora of toolkits. I’m guilty of having contributed to this development and will acknowledge below the publications I have been … Continue reading

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