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2018 San Francisco Design Week: Human-Centered Public Service Design | SF
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Designers of all disciplines are united by the drive to solve problems, advance aesthetics, and re-think the future.
The increasing global collaboration among visual designers, industrial designers, strategists, writers, photographers, videographers, illustrators, and artists has created a community of purpose in today’s complex world.
2019 San Francisco Design Week
June 20-28, 2019
Cost: There are events that are free, but some may have admission fees.
The 2019 theme of CommUNITY honors the design discipline’s global unity, which will be celebrated at the opening night party on June 20, 2019 when leading San Francisco and acclaimed international designers showcase original artifacts they have produced especially for the event—posters, typeface, product, sculpture, motion graphic or artwork–– a response to the concept of “communicating unity.”
> Full 2019 Schedule TBA
We are quickly approaching the end of an era defined by black-box, top-down, waterfall government and public service delivery. Human-centered methodologies like service design, agile development and more modern approaches to public participation are taking root in how government and nonprofits curate the design and delivery of public services.
*Free but RSVP is required.
Categories: Art & Museums
, San Francisco
Address: 1885 Mission St. San Francisco, CA 94103