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Nicholls, A. (2006). Social Entrepreneurship New Models of Sustainable Social Change. New York: Oxford University Press, USA.
Milford, B. (2009, October 4). Design as a Differentiator —. Design and Branding Blog | BrandFreeze. Retrieved October 05, 2009, from http://brandfreeze.com/design-as-a-differentiator/
Mathews, R. (2007). What's your story? unlocking the primal power to move markets, audiences, people brands, and your companies. Indianapolis, Ind: FT Press.
Rawsthorn, A. (2006, September 10). A Visual Campaign for Change in Guatemala. Retrieved November 8, 2009, from New York Times.
Comments on Bruce Mau's Guatemala project, also introduces the idea of "geodesign" in which "collaboration with people (occurs) from other disciplines to apply the analytical and creative thinking used in the design process to organizational, behavioral and cultural problems."
Directed Storytelling: Interpreting Experience for Design. (2006). In Design Studies Theory and Research in Graphic Design. New York: Princeton Architectural Press.
Possible process methods to discovery but not necessarily directly related to my thesis. I think this might be more of a side-note, but otherwise interesting.
Diary of a Social Venture Start-up: Design and Branding |. (2009, September 28). GOOD.is/blog. Retrieved October 05, 2009, from http://www.good.is/post/diary-of-a-social-venture-start-up-design-and-branding/
"The face of the philanthropist is changing. The people making a difference aren’t just the stereotypical elderly benefactors. They’re creative people, business people, Apple people, Obama people, working-class people—change is coming from all over."
T. (2007). The Green Braid (ACSA Architectural Education). New York: Routledge.
Recommended text regarding storytelling as it relates to building communities. Also focuses on environment and economy as it relates to getting at the heart of what is important to people. Poses good questions to be applied to design such as: Do we need this? Is it ethical? What impact does it have on the community etc.. (pg 27) which could be applied to this process I'm hoping to discover.
Putting people first. (n.d.). Experientia, international experience design consultancy. Retrieved November 22, 2009, from http://www.experientia.com/blog/
Website that is a good resource for articles and blog discussions on all things related to designing for the end-user.
Norman, D. A. (2003). Emotional Design Why We Love (Or Hate) Everyday Things. New York: Basic Books.
A little more to do with specifically product design, but helpful in thinking about how emotions play a role in (how we react) reactions to designs...whatever the outcome is...it is important that the user is thought about from the beginning.
Brown, T. (2009). Change by Design. New York: HarperCollins.
This book goes into multiple examples and the first layer of case studyies and projects done by IDEO. It does not get into the specific "how" or steps involved, but many of the case studies are interesting to look into and applicable from a standpoint of not only changing the way designers look at the design process, but also changing the way we all look at how beneficial design can be to the world. Seems to be written mostly for "clients of IDEO" or something...doesn't have a lot of in-depth research but is more a list of what they have done.
Massive Change In Action. (n.d.). Retrieved November 22, 2009, from http://www.massivechangeinaction.virtualmuseum.ca/results.php
Company established by Bruce Mau, which utilizes visual communication to influence and assist in change around the world. Directly applicable to the type of research I'm doing - has links to case studies and tools for applying this in practice.
McDonough, W., & Braungart, M. (2002). Cradle to Cradle Remaking the Way We Make Things. New York: North Point Press.
I think this book is a good point of inspiration for anyone such as myself who wants the sustainable factor to be more a part of the system of life...however this book is quite a bit about the "glossy" side of design and what would be "ideal" but does not list specifics. A good reference tool, but not really part of my thesis directly.
Bennett, A., & Eglash, R. (2006). Audience as Co-Designer. In Design Studies Theory and Research in Graphic Design (pp. 179-184). New York: Princeton Architectural Press.
Great article on Co-Designing methods. Looks at the case study that a group of students did in Kenya to "rebrand" AIDS awareness there. This is directly related to what my thesis topic is about.
Papanek, V. J. (1972). Design for the real world human ecology and social change. New York: Pantheon Books.
An interesting book I have just started. Applying to an independent study to be taken next fall with Paul Nini. Already see ways to apply this to my thesis topic. (pg. 6 diagram)
Benyus, J. M. (2002). Biomimicry Innovation Inspired by Nature. New York: Harper Perennial.
Investigates how you can look to nature and how nature designs, to discover new ways of designing in our world. I am hoping to use this as a jumping off point to influence any possible processes...however, as I'm developing a process and not a design it might not necessarily apply directly.
Institute Without Boundaries. (n.d.). Retrieved November 23, 2009, from http://www.institutewithoutboundaries.com/
Founded by Bruce Mau and George Brown College, an institute to discover possible "change" in Canada and around the world. "The Institute...conducts applied research on global issues; and a think tank, which offers design consultation to clients."
Berger, W. (n.d.). Glimmer: How Design Can Transform Your Life, and Maybe Even the World. Penguin Press HC.
Guellerin, C. (n.d.). Design Education: The New Deal.
Pink, D. H. (2005). A whole new mind: moving from the information age to the conceptual age. New York: Riverhead Books.
Stringer, E. T. (2007). Action research (3rd ed.). Los Angeles: Sage Publications.
Design like you give a damn: architectural responses to humanitarian crises. (2006). New York, NY: Metropolis Books.
Berman, D. B. (2008). Do good design: how designers can save the world. Berkeley, Calif.: New Riders.
Sinclair, C., & Stohr, K. (2006). Design like you give a damn: architectural responses to humanitarian crises. London: Thames & Hudson.
Freire, P., Freire, A. M., & Macedo, D. P. (2001). The Paulo Freire reader. New York: Continuum.
Mintzberg, H. (1994). The rise and fall of strategic planning: reconceiving roles for planning, plans, planners. New York: Free Press.
Hooks, B. (2003). Teaching community: a pedagogy of hope. New York: Routledge.
Schwartz, P. (1996). The art of the long view: paths to strategic insight for yourself and your company. New York: Currency Doubleday.
O'Gorman, T. W. (2007). Statistical methods for the sciences: a first course. DeKalb, IL: T. W. O'Gorman.
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