Social design & arts are characterised by their usefulness. Creative thinkers develop innovative solutions for social issues, encompassing everything from the design of fair trade products, which ensure fair wages for the producers, to interventions in public spaces. It’s all about social commitment.
Social design & arts are characterised by their usefulness. Intuition, creativity, the courage to think differently and communication skills are the tools that designers and artists rely on to develop innovative solutions for social issues. The goal of design is to find a realistic way to improve something or solve a problem for a certain group of people. Here we are talking about an incredible range of ideas and things: Tools to meet the specific needs of a group of people, the design of fair trade products, the sale of which ensures a living wage for the producers, and campaign concepts to raise people’s awareness about social issues and motivate them to take action. In turn, artists shift contexts and infiltrate familiar patterns of thought and perception, keeping true to their goal of raising awareness about social and environmental issues.