Resources: Joe Julier

Workshop 2: Presentations

Workshop 2 saw a range of presentations offering different angles on what it means to be engaged in Design for Social Innovation and Sustainability outside the academic world. Speakers addressed the role of design in helping communities, corporations and public service providers adopt a more sustainable and socially engaged approach to their work. Videos of these presentations and the discussion they sparked will be made available as soon as possible, but in the mean time please take a look at the slides below for a taster of the issues raised during the workshop.


Design and Public Services – Jocelyn Bailey, Policy Connect


Building Service Design Capacity – Joanna Choukeir, Uscreates


Sustainable Futures and Concepts – Louise Armstrong, Forum for the Future


Making Sustainable Development Desirable – Henry Hicks, Futerra


From Theory to Practice: Using Design & Research to Navigate Collaborations – Megha Wadhawan, STBY


Year Here: An Alternative Gap Year – Zahra Davidson, Year Here

Social Entrepreneurship on the Rise: A National Perspective – Ellen Shipley, Unltd


Using Design to Showcare Young People’s Potential – Vincenzio Di Maria, Commonground


Leeds Love It Share It: Margins of the City Project – Katie Hill, Sheffield Hallam University


Crossing the Great Divide – Ian Grout, Glasgow School of Art


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