DFA’s Sami Nerenberg Speaks at NE IDSA Conference

Why do we need new designs? Is it simply to create another version of last year’s gizmo? Ideally, the goal is to improve the world we live in. But that can mean a lot of different things—a healthier planet, a better user experience, a growing business, a stronger community and more. What do you design for?

Why Stanford is Ripe for DFA

You know the d.school and we all love their work. But did you know that the d.school is only for grad students and tons of students get turned away from their course work each year? Similarly, their Design for Extreme Affordability class is equally as popular and maxed out in capacity.

DfA’s Liz Gerber, CUSP Conference

This just released from 2010’s CUSP conference, Liz Gerber discusses innovation self-efficacy through mastery experiences in Design for America!

What is Design? Dimensions of Design Explained

Here at Design for America, we work with non-design students and non-design partners. So we get the “what is design?” questions a lot. To help answer this, our very own Sami Nerenberg has shared a simple tool to help us and hopefully help you answer this question for the Industrial Design Magazine, Core77.

Happy Birthday, Design for America!!

Today we celebrate our 2nd year in existence!!

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