Over the course of the SEE project, we have observed how the use of design has been evolving. More and more, we are seeing that design approaches are not only being applied to product development, manufacturing and technology, but to a growing array of other domains such as the public sector, social innovation and sustainability projects. This edition delves a bit deeper into how design techniques are being applied to specialist scenarios such as peace and security.
This issue includes:
- Research: Designing Programmes in Contexts of Peace and Security – Derek B Miller, Lisa Rudnick (United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research) and Lucy Kimbell (Saïd Business School, Oxford University).
- Interviews: Design Policy and Promotion Map with insights from Chile, Croatia, India and South Africa.
- Research: National Design Systems – Dr Gisele Raulik-Murphy (Design Wales, UWIC).
- Case Study: Design Advisory Service (Canada).
- Special Report: SEE Project Activities and Results.
- SEE Library: papers and documents related to design and innovation policies.
- Design Policy Conference: SEE project final conference will be held on 29 March 2011.
SEE bulletins are distributed to over 60 countries around the world and are available to download from www.seeproject.org/publications.
Don't forget we are still collecting signatures for the petition 'Design for Innovation in Wales', which is an output of the SEE project. Your signature is very important in generating attention at political level. To sign visit www.designwales.org.
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