Full Article - Open Access.

Idioma principal

From ‘Do it yourself’ to ‘Open design’: users’ involvement and democratization

MALDINI, Irene;

Full Article:

The involvement of users in objects’ creation and production has been linked to industrial design democratization. A parallelism between two cases, a DIY project from the 1970s and a current Open design project, is presented to understand how users (creators/ producers) have been involved. Design approaches have matured during this period; however, they still have a way to go concerning the development of democratic dynamics of creation and production.

Full Article:

Palavras-chave: DIY, Open design, Ideological motivations, Democratization,

Palavras-chave:

DOI: 10.5151/design-icdhs-080

Referências bibliográficas
  • [1] Anderson, C. 2010. The new industrial revolution. Wired magazine 18 (2): 58-67, 105-106.
  • [2] Avital, M. 2011. The generative bedrock of open design. In: VAN ABEL, B.; EVERS, L.; KLAASSEN, R. And TROXLER, P(Ed.) Open Design Now: 48- 58. Amsterdam: Creative Commons Netherlands, Premsela and Waag Society.
  • [3] Atkinson, P. 2006. Do it yourself, democracy and design. Journal of Design History, 19 (1): 1-10.
  • [4] Atkinson, P. 2011. Orchestral maneuvers in design. In: VAN ABEL, B.; EVERS, L.; KLAASSEN, R. And TROXLER, P(Ed.) Open Design Now: 24-31. Amsterdam: Creative Commons Netherlands, Premsela and Waag Society.
  • [5] Clive, E. 2006. Home is where the art is. Journal of Design History, 19 (1): 11-21.
  • [6] De Bruijn, E. 2010. On the viability of the Open Source Development model for the design of physical objects’. MSC Thesis, Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Tilburg, the Netherlands.
  • [7] Easton, T. 2009. The design economy, The futurist, Jan-Feb: 42-4
  • [8] Hackney, F. 2006. Use your hands for happiness. Journal of Design History, 19 (1): 22-3
  • [9] Igoe, T. And Mota, C. 2011. A strategist guide to digital fabrication. Journal Strategy + Business 64.
  • [10] Institute for The Future, 2007. Manufacturing: Do it Yourself? Ten years forecast, Perspectives.
  • [11] Lommée, T. 2012. Lecture on the Open Structures project. Sandberg Institute, Amsterdam 21st March 2012.
  • [12] Mari, E. 2002, Autoprogettazione? Mantova: Corraini.
  • [13] Mota, C. 2011. The rise of personal fabrication. CAndC’11 Proceedings of the 8th ACM conference on creativity and cognition: 279-287.
  • [14] Jwt Consultants, 2009. Work in progress: The rise in do it yourself. JWT Trendletter.
  • [15] Papanek, V. 1972. Design for the real world: human ecology and social change. New York: Pantheon.
  • [16] Papanek, V. And Hennessey, J. 1973. Nomadic furniture 1: how to build and where to buy lightweight furniture that folds, collapses, stacks, knocks-down, inflates or can be thrown away and re-cycled. New York: Pantheon.
  • [17] Roberts, M. And Moore, R. 2009. Peace punks and punks against racism: resource mobilization and frame construction in the punk movement. Music and Arts in Action, 2 (1): 21-36.
  • [18] Turner, J. F. C. 1977. Housing by people: towards autonomy in building environments. New York: Pantheon.
  • [19] Van Abel, B.; Evers, L.; Klaassen, R. And Troxler, P. 2011. Preface. In: VAN Abel, B.; Evers, L.; Klaassen, R. And Troxler, P(Ed.) Open Design Now: 11- 13. Amsterdam: Creative Commons Netherlands, Premsela and Waag Society.
  • [20] Von Hippel, E. 2005. Democratizing innovation. Cambridge: MIT Press.
Como citar:

MALDINI, Irene; "From ‘Do it yourself’ to ‘Open design’: users’ involvement and democratization", p. 364-367 . In: Farias, Priscila Lena; Calvera, Anna; Braga, Marcos da Costa & Schincariol, Zuleica (Eds.). Design frontiers: territories, concepts, technologies [=ICDHS 2012 - 8th Conference of the International Committee for Design History & Design Studies]. São Paulo: Blucher, 2012. São Paulo: Blucher, 2014.
ISSN 2318-6968, ISBN: 978-85-212-0692-7
DOI 10.5151/design-icdhs-080

últimos 30 dias | último ano | desde a publicação


downloads


visualizações


indexações