Citizen Designer Perspectives on Design Responsibility

ISBN-10: 1581152655
ISBN-13: 9781581152654
Edition: 2003
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List price: $19.95
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing Company, Incorporated
Publication date: 5/1/2003
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 272
Size: 5.75" wide x 10.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.814
Language: English

Steven Heller is senior Art Director for the New York Times & author of over seventy books on art, culture, & design. He lives in New York City.

She was born and raised in Paris, and now lives in New York. She was a magazine art director for Parenting, Self, and Interiors before becoming a feature writer for such magazines as Harper's Bazaar and Town & Country. She also writes a regular column for House and Garden.

Introduction
Social Responsibility
Good Citizenship: Design as a Social and Political Force
Socially Responsible Advertising: Altruism or Exploitation?
Ethical Design Education: Confessions of a Sixties Idealist
Beyond Pro Bono: Graphic Design's Social Work
Timing Is Everything: Lessons from Sphere Magazine
Healing with Design: An Educational Approach
Expelling School Violence: Visual Communications as a Catalyst for Change
Brand Name Dropper
Not for Profit
Reporters Without Borders
Professional Responsibility
The Cultural Influence of Brands: In Defense of Advertising
Mental Whiplash: The Subjects of Our Affection
Reality Branding: Addressing Real Concerns and Real Needs
Think Globally, Upload Locally: Responsible Web Design
The Weaving of Design and Community
Human Values in Commerce: A Profile of Sara Little Turnbull
Who Gets to Say What to Whom?
Typographica Mea Culpa: Unethical Downloading
Responsibility Answers Absurdity
Usability Expert
Designers and Architects
Artistic Responsibility
"Beautility": Good Design Has Utility
What's Wrong with Plagiarism?
The Designer as Producer: Working Outside Mainstream Manufacturing
I Was Thinking the Other Day about One Possible Scenario for a Collective Future: The Open Source Software Movement
A Life of Luxury: When Products Are Naughty But Nice
I [heart] NY More Than Ever
Socialist Designers
Raves and Rants
Responsible to Whom, I'd Like to Know?: Consorting with Clients to Con Shareholders
Note for the New Millennium: Is the Role of Design to Glorify Corporate Power?
Brand You: Better Selling through Anthropology
Hysteria: Intelligent Design, Not Clever Advertising
Culture Jamming, or Something Like It
Teaching as a Subversive Inactivity: The Responsible Design Teacher
(Do Not) Go To Jail: Monopoly and Political Protest
He Might Be Giant: Shepard Fairey
Guerrilla Street Postering: Civil Disobedience in Los Angeles
How Low Can You Go?: The Stupid Awards
Adbuster
Last Word
In a Continuous State of Becoming: Design Responsibility Tomorrow
Biographies
Index

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