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Dark matter and trojan horses. A strategic design vocabulary. (English Edition) di [Hill, Dan]
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We live in an age of sticky problems, whether it's climate change or the decline of the welfare state. With conventional solutions failing, a new culture of decision-making is called for. Strategic design is about applying the principles of traditional design to "big picture" systemic challenges such as healthcare, education and the environment. It redefines how problems are approached and aims to deliver more resilient solutions. In this short book, Dan Hill outlines a new vocabulary of design, one that needs to be smuggled into the upper echelons of power. He asserts that, increasingly, effective design means engaging with the messy politics - the "dark matter"- taking place above the designer's head. And that may mean redesigning the organization that hires you.

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  • Editore: Strelka Press; 1 edizione (24 febbraio 2012)
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5.0 su 5 stelle Brilliant description of the need for strategic design 5 giugno 2016
Di Alex Moseman - Pubblicato su
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While 'strategic' design sounds like it may be another buzzword packaged to define a sellable consultancy capability, this essay is anything but. A thorough and insightful look at the problems facing society, tools for framing the correct problem to solve and evaluating the ecosystem of dependencies. Beyond that there are thoughtful elements of how design process can tackle some of the largest issues of our time in this new world order. Fascinating and insightful from real world examples in practice. Not the easiest read, as Dan is an extremely smart writer, but well worth it and inspiring.
5.0 su 5 stelle thanks Dan 23 agosto 2013
Di Jonathan Veale - Pubblicato su
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I think you've nicely defined the problem space for SD practice and how we might go about delivering public good. Public service IS too important to fail! I think a big challenge and opportunity for strategic designers within the architecture of government concerns 'revelling in complexity' and avoiding path dependency. Extremely complex systems overlaid on complicated systems, like energy or agriculture require deep technical knowledge and context gaining expertise... Rarely do we find this on teams and certainly not with one designer.

Outstanding read, thank you for writing this.
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5.0 su 5 stelle It's true about the highlighting every other sentence 24 febbraio 2014
Di Lisa Brooklyn - Pubblicato su
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This was recommended to me and although I love reading and love design I get bored fast reading design theory and never get design coffee table books. This book was different - I found the language the most compelling part - so it is apt to have the subtitle: a strategic design vocabulary. If you're interested in thinking and talking intelligently about strategic design and not sounding like a complete academic then just get it.
5.0 su 5 stelle A thoughtful piece 27 settembre 2013
Di Michael Jessopp - Pubblicato su
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A well written and well thought out book.

Dan successfully argues that strategic design is actually "a thing" - and the examples provided were relevant and worthy of independent follow up.

There are many takeaways from this book - and as other reviewers have noted - this book will leave you thinking for an extended period of time. Personally, I was able to use some of the insights from this book immediately in my day job as an IT consultant - so the book is relevant to ther fields of endeavor - not just designers.
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Di Warren Whitlock - Pubblicato su
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I wanted so much to like this book. The theme is great, but the more I got into it, the more it sounded like a policy wonk was filling up words to make a required length
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