Open to All: Designing for the full range of human experience
Open to All: Designing for the Full Range of Human Experience, opening @ the Center in January, 2017, shows how designers make places, objects and experiences to better match the diversity of individual interactions with them. Open to All seeks to give visitors a visceral understanding of the critical role design plays in creating an environment of inclusivity.
Opening Reception: Jan. 12, 5-8pm
Lightning Talks: 6-7pm with ASL interpretation
Featuring Open to All Projects: Skype Translator, Incloodle, Hearing AI and OneNote
Plus a giveaway from BILLY Footwear!
Access for All: Public Amenities and Bathrooms – Jan. 21 (Seattle Architecture Foundation)
SAF Greatest Hits ASL Tour – Jan 21
SAF Greatest Hits ASL Tour – Feb 18
Accessible Design Integration talk with Marthalee Galeota – Feb 9
OpenSidewalks: How open to All? – Feb 2
Design in Public
This year’s Seattle Design Festival theme, Design Change, proposed that design can maximize the public benefits of change, while empowering those communities most impacted by that change. In Seattle, a place experiencing tremendous change, this year’s Festival investigated and celebrated the role of design in an evolving place. What does design offer us at this critical time? What new and provocative solutions might exist as a result of design thinking? Design Change is many things at once. It is an…
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