The principles of systemic design bring together experts in the fields of sensemaking, intervention design, co-creation, and systems thinking to explore the challenges and opportunities for designing solutions to complex problems in a range of sectors. By placing human-centered design at the forefront of our discussions, we aim to facilitate stakeholder engagement and ensure that our solutions are sensitive to the needs and values of the communities they will serve.
With a focus on intervention design, our discussions will address the systemic drivers of social, economic, and environmental issues, and we will explore the role of systemic design in transforming complex systems to meet the changing needs of our world. Share your experiences in collaborating with a diverse range of stakeholders, including citizens, policymakers, and industry leaders, to develop effective solutions to complex problems.
This sub-theme will cover a range of topics, including but not limited to the following questions:
- How do art and design contribute to systemic transformation?
- What are the roles of art and design field in solving wicked problems?
- How do we facilitate stakeholder engagement in the co-creation process to design solutions for humans?
This sub-theme includes but is not limited to: co-creation, intervention design, sensemaking, system thinking, regional development, Policy design, Transdisciplinary approach, design for national identity, Etc.