1. Operazione 4xTutti // Mira's Flower Project

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    Il progetto Operazione 4xTUTTI, Mira’s Flower Project, coinvolge in prima persona le ragazze promotrici dell’idea, Martina, Nadin, Debora e Melissa, ed è rivolto principalmente ai giovani, che hanno un ruolo attivo e partecipativo, ma anche a tutti gli abitanti e alle realtà del quartiere di Mirafiori Nord. L’obiettivo del progetto è quello di sensibilizzare gli adolescenti alle tematiche ambientali, attraverso azioni semplici e divertenti. Il tutto attraverso processi inclusivi e partecipativi, che portano alla riscoperta del saper fare e dell’autocostruzione come mezzo di autosufficienza ed indipendenza. L’iniziativa è stata sopportata dalla collaborazione di esperti artigiani, ambientalisti e naturalisti. ed è ospitata dalla Circoscrizione2, e si svolge principalmente nel Centro di Protagonismo Giovanile “L’isola che non c’è” di via Edoardo Rubino, 24, Torino (Italy). > Progetto a cura di: Officine Sistemiche Comune di Torino/Piano Adolescenti Il progetto si inserisce in un percorso di accompagnamento promosso dal Piano Adolescenti, Comune di Torino e realizzato con i fondi della L. 285/97 Disposizioni per la promozione di diritti e opportunità per l’infanzia e l’adolescenza Con il supporto di: Circoscrizione 2 Santa Rita- Mirafiori Nord > in collaborazione con: Artenne Artenne // Caffetteria Algomas, Cascina Roccafranca // Casa nel Parco // Cascina Roccafranca // Polito DesignWorkshop, Politecnico di Torino // Progetto Bifronte// Progetto fa bene., promosso dall'associazione culturale Plug, la cooperativa Liberitutti e il Comitato promotore S-NODI, con il contributo di Compagnia di San Paolo // Laura Grandin // Osteria Zucchero e Sale, Cascina Roccafranca // Paolo Grillo, Sartoria Grillo Torino // Rete Solare per L’Autocostruzione // TechLab Chieri // Umo - Design Studio

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    • Bringing a Systems and Design Thinking Approach to Complex Sustainability Challenges

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      Complex problems such as climate change and natural resource depletion require us to evolve faster and better than ever before. Refined over more than ten years, Foresight Design Initiative’s problem solving approach leverages systems thinking and design strategy to understand root causes and identify holistic and resilient solutions. This discussion will focus on a recent project that integrates systems diagramming to align stakeholders around strategic interventions to reduce the negative impacts of storm water on Chicago’s South Side. About Peter Peter Nicholson is the executive director of the Foresight Design Initiative, a multifaceted innovation and education nonprofit he established in 2002. In addition to being principal of the organization’s consulting practice, he also leads Foresight Bright, LLC, an innovation firm he established in 2012 to serve private sector clients. Through these positions, Peter leads a multidimensional career focused on challenging the status quo and pursuing greater social, environmental, and economic sustainability. Peter consults on and undertakes sustainable transformation projects for a diversity of clients, including government agencies, foundations, and diverse businesses. Projects within the last year have focused on energy efficiency, water, global fisheries, smart grids, and municipal resiliency, among other subjects, and have involved diverse stakeholders from many sectors. User-centered design, systems thinking, and a broad toolkit are incorporated into every engagement. Peter is dedicated to the education of the next generation of sustainability-minded leaders and has created and taught highly regarded programs for participants ranging from high school students to corporate executives. His concise, personal reflections on sustainable innovation are a popular feature of the weekly Foresight Forecast newsletter and blog. Peter began his study of sustainability and design at IIT Institute of Design and holds a bachelor’s degree from Oberlin College. About Lyndon Lyndon Valicenti, senior consultant at Foresight Design Initiative, brings over 10 years of experience in scientific study, policy analysis, and planning around sustainable ecological and urban systems. Lyndon is adjunct faculty in the sustainability leadership and change management program at University of Chicago’s Graham School. She holds a master’s in public administration in environmental science and policy from Columbia University and a bachelor’s of science in aquatic ecology from University of California, Santa Barbara. She also holds a certificate in sustainable urban and environmental design from Archeworks. Peter and Lyndon will speak as part of “In the Loop”, a lecture series on design, innovation and entrepreneurship organized by IIT Institute of Design faculty. The series engages a wide range of speakers that present on topics ranging from theoretical research and emerging methodologies that are relevant to the field of design as well as personal narratives and examples from current design practice.

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      • Go on the edge to make a difference - Hamish Curry

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        Hamish Curry explores how often we have to go on the edge if we want to make a difference – sometimes that requires rewriting the system. On the topic of education and innovation he talks about the necessity of risk, play, wonder, and an open mind.

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        • An at-home STI testing kit

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          Notice is a new service and solution for testing STI's in your own home. In the CDC’s Sexually Transmitted Disease Surveillance 2013, Cook County, IL, ranked as the second highest county in the United States for cases and transmission rates of chlamydia, of gonorrhea, and of syphilis. To improve urban health, we propose offering a two-pronged service that will first do an online risk assessment and then send an STI testing kit for in-home use. The target population is women in Cook County who think they may have one or more STI. In 2013 alone, there were a total of 40,590 cases for gonorrhea and chlamydia. The conventional approaches to lower transmission rates are to educate in the school system and to promote the use of physical barriers, such as condoms. Our approach, however, enables individuals to learn their personal sexual health status and thus make informed decisions in practicing safer sex in their community. Our concept is to develop an STI testing kit for high-risk individuals to use at home, affording them to conveniently get results without fearing getting shamed. Through our research, it became evident that fear and shame become major barriers to getting tested. Rather than going to a clinic, many self diagnose by searching online, become overwhelmed, and do not get definitive answers. Our solution gives clear answers with tailored information that provides peace of mind. Design team: Betina de Gorordo Bolado, BDes, MDes Graduate 2014 Karolina Kohler, Germany, MDes Candidate 2015 Amanda Rosenberg, BA, MBA and MDes Candidate 2015 Ariana Shadlyn, BDes, MBA and MDes Candidate 2015

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          • How do we measure human complexity?

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            Thicket Labs is a social systems design lab. We map, analyze, and redesign complex social systems using the Possibility Engine, our social mapping and modeling technology platform. People often ask us about the science behind the Possibility Engine. This video introduces viewers to fuzzy cognitive mapping, the research methodology that is at the heart of the Possibility Engine. Design and Animation by: Jacob Hernandez Written by: Deepthi Welaratna & Taylor Corbett Narration by: Monica Santana Music and Sound by: Jon Bernstein A Thicket Labs Production Copyright 2014

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            • 2 RadiciINvalle

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              Ogni territorio ha un proprio profilo, fatto di elementi pedoclimatici, colture, conoscenze e tradizioni.I suoi abitanti e i paesaggi a cui essi hanno dato vita, sono una miscela di caratteristiche fisiche e istanze culturali. Al Designer occorre capire come nasce e evolve l'identità di un territorio per coniugare le peculiarità produttive con la valorizzazione dei saperi tradizionali, valorizzando l'economia locale.

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              • Server Roles - Systems Architect VOD

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                Find out the primary responsibilities for a Systems Architect. www.bitesizelearning.net

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                • Swap It

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                  • Demo Reel Andrew Wegener 2014

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                    Updated March 2014. Focusing on level/systems design and leadership. Check out my website for more of my work! AndrewMWegener.wix.com/leveldesign

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                    • Site Layout, Storyboarding, and Screen Planning

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                      In this video Sergio Carbone talks about how to plan a site layout using storyboarding and screen planning. There is an explanation of storyboarding and screen planning and some great tips on site purpose and requirements traceability.

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