1. Anette Teaching What's up Workshops : metadesign and a music festival

    Masters Design (MA) programme at Oslo National Academy of the Arts, Oslo 4. November 2013

    To kick off this year’s Socially Responsive Design (SRvD) project for the MA design students at Oslo National Academy of the Arts  (KHiO), Anette facilitated 2-days of workshops using a metadesign tools and methods to look at issues around sustainability and design at a systemic level. This year’s case study is the Hove Festival, one of  Norway’s largest music festivals. With the aim to address sustainable consumption and behaviour change, students will question: How can a festival be doing the most good? Through observation and research the students should create interventions and playful events that can challenge wasteful behaviours and attitudes of the festival goers.


  2. Anette Teaching What's up Workshops Inspirations : Design for Behaviour Change

    Designers are in the business of designing for behaviour change. Les Robinson’s article in The Guardian: how the science of behaviour change can help with sustainability’  discusses the role of design in enabling sustainable futures and says: “one of the biggest changes to the practice of social change in recent years has been the entry of design professionals into the field. They bring a system of thinking based on immersive research, wide ranging inspiration, prototyping, piloting and redesign” (Robinson, 2011). As part of a multi-disciplinary effort it is good to read the acknowledgement on how design can contribute to important change.

     


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