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You can copy, use, disseminate, transmit and publicly expose the contents with express mention of the authorship, the location URL of the article and the name of the magazine. They can not be used for commercial purposes.</span></p> Centro de diseño, cine y televisión es-ES Economía Creativa 2594-1631 <p><span style="font-weight: 400;">En consideración del CENTRO de diseño, cine y televisión (en adelante CENTRO), tomando acción en la revisión y acreditar el envío del manuscrito correspondiente, la recepción y la responsabilidad de los firmantes como autores y coautores, convienen de una forma conjunta en asignar a CENTRO, libre y clara, sin ninguna restricción, todos los derechos del manuscrito (incluidos pero no limitados a derechos de copia, publicación, resúmenes, recolección de derechos y realización de trabajos colaterales). En cuanto a impresión en papel, en medios electrónicos, Internet, medios de comunicación y otras formas y medios conocidos o por conocerse, en cualquier momento los autores deberán solicitar por escrito al editor de la revista Economía Creativa su petición de todos y cada uno de los pasos a ejecutar, comprometiéndose a informar al editor de cualquier instrumento o requerimientos necesarios. Los autores requieren un permiso no exclusivo para utilizar todo, o en parte, del manuscrito, para trabajos futuros de su propia competencia, quedando por escrito los créditos de autoría.</span></p> Cintillo legal http://ciecpress.centro.edu.mx/ojs/index.php/CentroTI/article/view/393 HUB de diseño social Derechos de autor 2019 Centro de diseño y comunicación, S.C. Índice http://ciecpress.centro.edu.mx/ojs/index.php/CentroTI/article/view/394 HUB de diseño social Derechos de autor 2019 Centro de diseño y comunicación, S.C. 5 7 Prefacio http://ciecpress.centro.edu.mx/ojs/index.php/CentroTI/article/view/395 Gina Diez Barroso Kerstin Scheuch Derechos de autor 2019 Centro de diseño y comunicación, S.C. 8 11 Introducción http://ciecpress.centro.edu.mx/ojs/index.php/CentroTI/article/view/396 Paulina Cornejo Moreno Valle Derechos de autor 2019 Centro de diseño y comunicación, S.C. 12 14 Hub de diseño social http://ciecpress.centro.edu.mx/ojs/index.php/CentroTI/article/view/397 HUB de diseño social Derechos de autor 2019 Centro de diseño y comunicación, S.C. 14 27 Conversations: Creative Minds and Today’s Issues http://ciecpress.centro.edu.mx/ojs/index.php/CentroTI/article/view/429 This section presents twelve conversations held over the course of six months (from October 2018 to May 2019) between CENTRO collaborators and specialists from around the world. The idea is to bring together different perspectives for a broader discussion about education and social impact, which tends to focus on North American and European clusters. The interviews explore a wide range of issues and experiences linked to social design and innovation, from the perspectives of industrial design, fashion, business development, architecture, visual communication, and technology, among other areas. Despite the obvious differences in strategies and geographical locations, the dialogues suggest common interests and concerns, while offering a variety of responses designed around local contexts and communities. HUB de diseño social Derechos de autor 2019 Centro de diseño y comunicación, S.C. 28 29 Teaching as Activism: Encouraging the Unexpected http://ciecpress.centro.edu.mx/ojs/index.php/CentroTI/article/view/431 With a focus on design activism and its connection to design education, this conversation reflects on the institution’s role in developing experimental initiatives, collaboration across disciplines, and the creation of transformational learning situations—such as the Berlin Studio project, a Test Lab that encourages students to work in unusual circumstances. Nik Hafermaas Kerstin Scheuch Derechos de autor 2019 Centro de diseño y comunicación, S.C. 30 43 Emerging Design and the Embodiment of Social Transformation http://ciecpress.centro.edu.mx/ojs/index.php/CentroTI/article/view/432 A conversation about aesthetics, society, and the physical body as essential parts of design practice and social transformation. Design is considered here as a constantly-evolving, bodily process, and a fresh perspective is offered on prototyping, theory, collective learning, and the possibilities of education in the future. Ricardo Dutra Uzyel Karp Derechos de autor 2019 Centro de diseño y comunicación, S.C. 44 57 The World Doesn’t Need Changing: We Do http://ciecpress.centro.edu.mx/ojs/index.php/CentroTI/article/view/430 This discussion focuses on how language-related issues are the underlying principle of all design, and on the importance of communication and building trust. It also gives a detailed view of social design and the evolution of its theory and practice; its defining skills and characteristics; its latest real-world applications; and the steps required to measure design’s social impact. Cheryl Heller Paulina Cornejo Moreno Valle Derechos de autor 2019 Centro de diseño y comunicación, S.C. 58 67 Trying to Make the World a Better Place http://ciecpress.centro.edu.mx/ojs/index.php/CentroTI/article/view/403 A dialogue about design education and social impact, through the prism of the Global Grad Show in Dubai. This discussion centers on design’s evolution, new academic approaches, and students’ social innovation projects identifying local opportunities and needs that are often overlooked by the market. Brendan McGetrick Sebastián Ocampo Derechos de autor 2019 Centro de diseño y comunicación, S.C. 68 79 Social Landscapes from Afar: Distance and Proximity from Singapore to México http://ciecpress.centro.edu.mx/ojs/index.php/CentroTI/article/view/405 Examining the role of universities in social innovation projects in the multicultural setting of Southeast Asia, and exploring their impact on design research and teaching, this conversation reveals the skills developed by students participating in social initiatives and their potential for incorporating these abilities in their professional careers. Chong Keng Hua Angélica Carrillo Derechos de autor 2019 Centro de diseño y comunicación, S.C. 80 93 Talca and the Territory: New Pedagogies http://ciecpress.centro.edu.mx/ojs/index.php/CentroTI/article/view/406 The Talca School of Architecture has achieved global recognition for its approach to the territory and local resources. This discussion explores its particular pedagogy, student projects, and their gradual impact on the region. Blanca Zúñiga Miquel Adrià Derechos de autor 2019 Centro de diseño y comunicación, S.C. 94 101 Be Curious, Find Out, Do Something: Searching for a Fashion Revolution http://ciecpress.centro.edu.mx/ojs/index.php/CentroTI/article/view/407 Fashion Revolution seeks to educate consumers, brands, and producers about some of the fashion industry’s harmful environmental and social effects. This dialogue reveals the origins of this international organization and the Fashion Transparency Index, a tool to measure brands’ impact as well as to track progress and improvements. Carry Somers Mónica Mendoza Derechos de autor 2019 Centro de diseño y comunicación, S.C. 102 111 New Challenges, New Focuses, and a New Generation of Designers http://ciecpress.centro.edu.mx/ojs/index.php/CentroTI/article/view/408 A panorama of the changing nature of the design field, and the importance of sharing knowledge and experiences, in the context of DESIS international laboratories, this exploration of similarities and contrasts in design projects for social innovation in Mexico, Brazil, and Europe considers the future professional pathways of a new generation of designers seeking to make a positive social impact. Carla Cipolla Paulina Cornejo Moreno Valle Derechos de autor 2019 Centro de diseño y comunicación, S.C. 112 121 Entrepreneurial Leadership for an Uncertain World http://ciecpress.centro.edu.mx/ojs/index.php/CentroTI/article/view/409 The Lewis Institute for Social Innovation at Babson College integrates social innovation and entrepreneurship within its curriculum. This conversation explores Babson’s entrepreneurial methodology and its link to social design, the implementation of entrepreneurial leadership in the public sector, and the mentality and tools needed to navigate an uncertain world. Cheryl Kiser Gabriela Traverso Derechos de autor 2019 Centro de diseño y comunicación, S.C. 122 133 Social Design as a Relevant Discourse http://ciecpress.centro.edu.mx/ojs/index.php/CentroTI/article/view/410 Two industrial designers reflect on the increasing importance of social design, the technological boom, and students’ relationships with digital tools. They also discuss the role of schools and design teachers in promoting immersion and experience in a people-centered design approach. Ignacio Urbina Ashby Solano Derechos de autor 2019 Centro de diseño y comunicación, S.C. 134 145 Radical Change: Fall in Love with the Problem that Needs Solving, Not the Product http://ciecpress.centro.edu.mx/ojs/index.php/CentroTI/article/view/411 A dialogue about three core aspects of changing design culture—social impact, the circular economy, and education—and a call for designers to identify problems instead of obsessing about a product. An overview of social entrepreneurship projects in Mexico and around the world that are meeting social and environmental challenges. Óscar Velázquez Karla Paniagua Derechos de autor 2019 Centro de diseño y comunicación, S.C. 146 153 Design and Emergencies in the Latin American Context http://ciecpress.centro.edu.mx/ojs/index.php/CentroTI/article/view/412 A look at the evolving role of designers and universities, how they can work together to help improve public services, as well as the potential of strategic design and collaboration to respond to emergency situations. José Allard Graciela Kasep Derechos de autor 2019 Centro de diseño y comunicación, S.C. 154 165 Learning by Doing: Social Innovation Case Studies http://ciecpress.centro.edu.mx/ojs/index.php/CentroTI/article/view/413 These eight case studies show different facets, formats, and scales of social innovation initiatives in Mexico. The content has been arranged according to each project’s background, development process, solution, social impact, and key lessons learned. The projects are diverse yet share the same approach: they articulate responses through creative processes whose design, implementation, and evolution have required—and encouraged—participants to develop their skills. In other words, they have learned new ways of acting when faced with different situations. HUB de diseño social Derechos de autor 2019 Centro de diseño y comunicación, S.C. 166 167 Isla Urbana http://ciecpress.centro.edu.mx/ojs/index.php/CentroTI/article/view/414 Isla Urbana Derechos de autor 2019 Centro de diseño y comunicación, S.C. 168 175 Pixza http://ciecpress.centro.edu.mx/ojs/index.php/CentroTI/article/view/415 Pixza Derechos de autor 2019 Centro de diseño y comunicación, S.C. 176 181 Ecoducto Río de la Piedad http://ciecpress.centro.edu.mx/ojs/index.php/CentroTI/article/view/416 A citizen-led project developed to raise awareness about water issues and to create a linear park on a stretch of the central reservation of the Viaducto Miguel Alemán, a main road built over a concrete-encased river. Cuatro al Cubo Derechos de autor 2019 Centro de diseño y comunicación, S.C. 182 189 Verificado 19S http://ciecpress.centro.edu.mx/ojs/index.php/CentroTI/article/view/417 After the earthquake that hit Mexico on September 19, 2017, a network of individuals and organizations worked together to manage rigorously fact-checked information in order to help the public optimize the emergency response and take part in the search for survivors. Verificado 19S Derechos de autor 2019 Centro de diseño y comunicación, S.C. 190 197 Al CENTRO de la Cancha http://ciecpress.centro.edu.mx/ojs/index.php/CentroTI/article/view/418 HUB de diseño social Derechos de autor 2019 Centro de diseño y comunicación, S.C. 198 205 La Chispa México http://ciecpress.centro.edu.mx/ojs/index.php/CentroTI/article/view/419 An incubator that enables entrepreneurs from disadvantaged backgrounds to develop social impact businesses. La Chispa Derechos de autor 2019 Centro de diseño y comunicación, S.C. 206 213 Escuela Rural Productiva http://ciecpress.centro.edu.mx/ojs/index.php/CentroTI/article/view/420 This rural school is a social production of habitat—a self-managed and participative project with spaces suited to the learning needs and cultural context of a community in a mountainous region of Puebla. Comunal Derechos de autor 2019 Centro de diseño y comunicación, S.C. 214 221 Design Under Pressure http://ciecpress.centro.edu.mx/ojs/index.php/CentroTI/article/view/421 Within the framework of World Design Capital Mexico City 2018, CENTRO and Wanted Design launched an international invitation for the Design Under Pressure workshop, which examined the role of designers in crisis situations. This chapter resumes the experience of the workshop through its four guest workshop leaders, and compiles various perspectives on the creation of an Emergency Design Force for Cities. Odile Hainaut Derechos de autor 2019 Centro de diseño y comunicación, S.C. 222 237 Concordia http://ciecpress.centro.edu.mx/ojs/index.php/CentroTI/article/view/422 Since 2015, CENTRO has organized a series of international forums on higher education that have proved essential to stimulate reflections on certain issues. This chapter offers a perspective on Concordia, a symposium on education and social impact held in May 2018, with excerpts from the presentations made by the speakers, many of whom are also contributors to this book’s Conversations and Design Under Pressure chapters. HUB de diseño social Derechos de autor 2019 Centro de diseño y comunicación, S.C. 238 255 Contributors http://ciecpress.centro.edu.mx/ojs/index.php/CentroTI/article/view/425 HUB de diseño social Derechos de autor 2019 Centro de diseño y comunicación, S.C. 256 267 Book Close http://ciecpress.centro.edu.mx/ojs/index.php/CentroTI/article/view/426 HUB de diseño social Derechos de autor 2019 Centro de diseño y comunicación, S.C. 270 290 Libro completo http://ciecpress.centro.edu.mx/ojs/index.php/CentroTI/article/view/447 HUB de diseño social Derechos de autor 2019 Centro de diseño y comunicación, S.C. 1 294