|Title||I Stood Up: Social Design in Practice|
|Authors||Corby, T., Williams, D, Sheth, V and Dhar, V|
Through practice-based research, we explore how interdisciplinary design projects can function to address social issues concerning environmental and social problems. Using two case studies developed between London in the United Kingdom, and Delhi and Ahmedabad in India, we discuss the importance of engagement with the people who the design ultimately serves. Finally, we argue that design concerned with complex social problems require equally complex, multidimensional responses, informed by bodies of knowledge, practices and approaches that lie outside of traditional design approaches.
|Journal||Art and Design Review|
|Journal citation||4 (2), pp. 30-36|
|Publisher||Scientific Research Publishing Inc.|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI)||https://doi.org/10.4236/adr.2016.42005|
|Published||18 May 2016|