Design today is a research discipline seeking design as a mediation factor that create and manage compromise rather than conflict. To contrast this view, this paper argues that “Anomaly” is desirable and necessary in order to accommodate the most daring and thought innovative ideas and approaches expressed in the design thinking process. Design for All is a radically innovative way of thinking, looking at, and acting the design process. We are not standard, and design often doesn’t know it. DfA expresses the critical issues of a design project in the most enabling way, answering to the abilities, necessities and aspirations of all people and people behaviours involved in the design process. DfA is well-suited to keep pace with a fast changing environment because as an approach it is constantly evolving and updating itself: thus, it answers to social complexity and human diversity and creates mutual benefits for entrepreneurs, users and public administrators. Approaching Human Diversity means capturing a larger market. The 'All' of DfA are the individuals who wish to use that which is designed (product, space, service, etc.) and that the decision makers want to implement. Desire is the only proper element of discrimination and one of the factors that makes DfA a successful approach, even in mature markets. In this context we introduced Design for All as a way to embrace the randomness generated through disruption, and suggest that the creative professional has to acquire the capability to navigate rather than oppose the uncertainty.

DESIGN FOR ALL: the role of Design as Anomaly for a Changing., 2015-05.

DESIGN FOR ALL: the role of Design as Anomaly for a Changing.

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Design today is a research discipline seeking design as a mediation factor that create and manage compromise rather than conflict. To contrast this view, this paper argues that “Anomaly” is desirable and necessary in order to accommodate the most daring and thought innovative ideas and approaches expressed in the design thinking process. Design for All is a radically innovative way of thinking, looking at, and acting the design process. We are not standard, and design often doesn’t know it. DfA expresses the critical issues of a design project in the most enabling way, answering to the abilities, necessities and aspirations of all people and people behaviours involved in the design process. DfA is well-suited to keep pace with a fast changing environment because as an approach it is constantly evolving and updating itself: thus, it answers to social complexity and human diversity and creates mutual benefits for entrepreneurs, users and public administrators. Approaching Human Diversity means capturing a larger market. The 'All' of DfA are the individuals who wish to use that which is designed (product, space, service, etc.) and that the decision makers want to implement. Desire is the only proper element of discrimination and one of the factors that makes DfA a successful approach, even in mature markets. In this context we introduced Design for All as a way to embrace the randomness generated through disruption, and suggest that the creative professional has to acquire the capability to navigate rather than oppose the uncertainty.
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