DESIGN FOR PEOPLE, SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT AND A MULTICULTURAL WORLD
Currently, concept of products and services focused on the user is different to the universal approach of Bauhaus. Design of user’s experience is more and more developing in all the domains and realities that design influences.
The Bauhaus manifesto said that design should be oriented to people, not to existing powers: be comprehensive, not oppressive. For that, they need creators, designers and teachers who think in an independant way: persons who will design in a holistic way to produce a light, reduced and universal style that everybody can understand. Dealing with these issues with design means that it can and have to impact positively our familial environment, mobility, goods, ideas, industry, work and all the way of life, solutioning in an innovative way current issues in scenarios of absolute scarcity.
We can wonder here:
Isn’t the relation between people and objects constantly changing? Shouldn’t the pedagogical models evolve? How far and with what objects?
How are our teaching programs integrating the positive experience of the user? Do they provide a real added value?
Do intuitive solutions improve the skills of people in their life, making easier the access of new applications and fields of knowledge? Do they promote inclusion?
Do they increase users’ happiness through significant experiences?
Do we form designers in order to grow companies or to improve society? Do we have to balance both?
What new behaviour or design features does the contemporary society need?
Facing serious and current issues such as the climatic change, what is the responsibility of design? And, therefore, what is the responsibility of teaching institutions?
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