Book review by Svein Gunnar Kjode – When asked about the book by colleagues and fellow practitioners, I repeatedly find myself stating that “this is currently the state of the art for anyone seeking to expand their designerly approach to systemic practice.”
How to design processes for building civic agency and democracy by deep diving into Hemsedal’s current political and governance processes and policies regarding empowering citizens’ agency and participation in shaping the way Hemsedal develops?
The library of systemic relations focuses more of our attention on the relations in our work, suggesting ways of marking the relations between nodes in a system.
StimuLab was initiated by the Norwegian government in 2016 and is a collaboration between Design and Architecture Norway (DOGA) and the Norwegian Digitalization Agency. It has adopted an experimental approach in its development and has continuously evolved in line with needs and ongoing evaluations.
The Methodology and Practice of Systems Oriented Design – Birger Sevaldson’s book for designers in the widest sense, including any individual or organisation that is involved in change processes.
A communications framework is central to complex situations and design work. Yet it is in complex situations that we experience communication breakdowns resulting in ruptures and misunderstandings.
Natureact will develop transition plans for three landscapes in Norway to mitigate and adapt to climate risk using nature-based solutions.
This experience-based master’s degree is part of AHO’s further education programme and provides insight into solving complex problems by combining systemic thinking with design thinking in an innovative form of design.
The main mission of SOD is to help designers to become better at dealing with very complex problems. Complex problems are described as problem fields, networks of problems, wicked problems and problematiques.
If your project corresponds to all or most of the core parameters, you are welcome to reference it as a SOD project.