Rosan Bosch on the designer’s political role when collaborating with public partners

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Rosan Bosch on the designer’s political role when collaborating with public partners

In recent years, the field of design has been undergoing a significant shift. In addition to its traditional focus on creating specific objects such as buildings, clothes and interfaces, designers are increasingly addressing a wider range of material, social and political problems by designing social systems and processes.

Meet Rosan Bosch at 'design a.m.', the Danish design centre's Monday Meeting on Friday, February 6th, 2015 where Rosan Bosch will be taking part in a panel discussion about 'Design for social policy & the designer's political role when collaborating with public partners', alongside the New York based design anthropologist Scott Brown, author of the book 'Design for Policy; Reflections on Designing for Social Innovation in the Public Sector' and CEO of DDC Christian Bason. Sign up here: Design for Policy at DDC.

Rosan Bosch on the designer’s political role when collaborating with public partners

In recent years, the field of design has been undergoing a significant shift. In addition to its traditional focus on creating specific objects such as buildings, clothes and interfaces, designers are increasingly addressing a wider range of material, social and political problems by designing social systems and processes.

Meet Rosan Bosch at 'design a.m.', the Danish design centre's Monday Meeting on Friday, February 6th, 2015 where Rosan Bosch will be taking part in a panel discussion about 'Design for social policy & the designer's political role when collaborating with public partners', alongside the New York based design anthropologist Scott Brown, author of the book 'Design for Policy; Reflections on Designing for Social Innovation in the Public Sector' and CEO of DDC Christian Bason. Sign up here: Design for Policy at DDC.