A series of casual talks, roundtables and panels to engage experts and amateurs alike to share insights, knowledge and know-how, address concerns and brainstorm.
Designers know a lot about how to control perception, how to present information in some way that helps you find what you need, or what it is they think you need. Information is only useful when it can be understood.
Nope, graphic design won’t save the world. Smart machines are replacing human. Should we worry when graphic design comes to extinction? Designers, we are not that special. Burst your bubbles. Tie your knot with art / culture / economy / politics / history / climate / etc.
Designers, how decent are you to stand the dissents?
Research Design: Qualitative, Quantitative, and Mixed Methods Approaches
Design–the designer and designed objects, images, systems and things–shapes the form, operation, appearance and perceptions of the material world we occupy.
Dysfunction by design: Political finance and corruption in Indonesia
No design practice takes place outside of a series of economic conditions that make it possible … uneven economic relations, with consequences for legal and cultural power, shape what counts as legitimate design practice. … The “knowledge” that flows around these design processes is not impersonal, abstract, or timeless. It emerges at particular moments, voiced by particular people, who speak with particular kinds of authority – cultural, technical, spiritual – and their right to speak is contingent on that authority.
What is Surabaya Design Summit?
Surabaya Design Summit (SDS) is an international design conference organized to share insights and knowledge, exchange ideas and opinions as an effort to build a critical understanding of various design practices in relation to greater social, cultural, economic, technological, political and ecological dynamics. Read more here