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2016

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2017

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2022

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Collection Of Three Sets Of Graphic Cards, Citizen Design Values, Questions, and Tactics

This is a Collection of three sets of graphic cards. It was designed by Interface Studio Architects. It is dated 2016–17.

A deck of 12 value nametags, 12 question worksheets, and 36 design tactic cards suggest methods through which to consider implementing change through design. Be a citizen designer!
1) Use 12 value nametags to identify what matters to you and your community.
2) Respond to 1 of 12 design questions to address important issues, incorporating established values.
3) 36 design tactic cards suggest methods through which to consider creating change through design.

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This object was previously on display as a part of the exhibition Process Lab: Citizen Design.

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