Citizen Designer: Perspectives on Design Responsibility
Introduction / Steven Heller Part I. Social responsibility : Good citizenship: design as a social and political force / Katherine McCoy Socially responsible advertising: Altruism or exploitation? / Judith Schwartz Ethical design education: confessions of a sixties idealist / Susan Szenasy Beyond pro bono: graphic design's social work / Annie Bush Timing is everything: lessons from Sphere magazine / Peter Hall Healing with design: an educational approach / Chase A. Rogers Expelling school violence: visual communications as a catalyst for change / Carolyn McCarron Brand name dropper / Steven Heller interviews Shawn Wolfe Not for profit / Steven Heller interviews David Sterling and Mark Randall Reporters without borders / Véronique Vienne interviews Robert Menard Part II. Professional responsibility : The cultural influence of brands: in defense of advertising / Chris Riley Mental whiplash: the subjects of our attraction / Leslie Becker Reality branding: addressing real concerns and real needs / Nancy Bernard Think globally, upload locally: responsible web design / J.D. Biersdorfer The weaving of design and community / Julie Baugnet Human values in commerce: a profile of Sara Little Turnbull / Véronique Vienne Who gets to say what to whom? / Maud Lavin Typographica mea culpa / Steven Heller Responsibility answers absurdity / Michael Schmidt Usability expert / Steven Heller interviews Don Norman Designers and architects / Cheryl Towler Weese interviews Stanley Tigerman Part III. Artistic responsibility : "Beautility": good design has utility / Tucker Viemeister What's wrong with plagiarism? / Gunnar Swanson The designer as producer: working outside mainstream manufacturing / Victor Margolin I was thinking the other day about one possible scenario for a collective future: the open source software movement / David Reinfurt A life of luxury: when products are naughty but nice / Hugh Aldersey-Williams I [heart] NY more than ever / Steven Heller interviews Milton Glaser Socialist Designers / Véronique Vienne interviews Fabrizio Gilardino of Socialist Designers Part IV. Raves and rants : Responsible to whom, I'd like to know?: consorting with clients to con shareholders / Ken Garland Note for the new millennium: is the role of design to glorify corporate power? / Stuart Ewen Brand you: Better selling through anthropology / Thomas Frank Hysteria [TM]: intelligent design, not clever advertising / Mr. Keedy Culture jamming, or something like it / Matt Soar Teaching as a subversive inactivity: the responsible design teacher / Roy R. Behrens (Do not) go to jail: monopoly and political protest / Teal Triggs He might be giant: Shepard Fairey / Michael Dooley Guerrilla street postering: civil disobedience in Los Angeles / Robbie Conal How low can you go?: the stupids awards / David Vogler Adbuster / Véronique Vienne interviews Kalle Lasn Last word : In a continuous state of becoming: design responsibility tomorrow / Véronique Vienne Biographies.
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LibraryThing Review用戶評語 - cmbeck82 - LibraryThing
I suppose I was the wrong audience for this book. I bought it because I saw names like Norman and Margolin but my decision was a little hasty because those are the exceptions, not the norm. This is a ... 閱讀評論全文