Over the past two decades, we have watched designers seek and eventually take a more active role at the C-level table. Designers are learning to speak the language of business and marketing. They are doing their best to make design's role more understandable-and more measurable- for business leaders. As Fiona Maciver points out in this issue of the Review, "By consequence of having developed business-related competences, what I call the hybrid designer-marketer of today is better equipped to manage projects in their entirety."
Designer Treps: An Evolution
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Planting Gardens on Main Street: Changing a Community Through Design
Steven J. Doehler
Diversity, Polarity, Inclusivity: Finding Balance in Design Leadership
La Ruche qui Dit Oui: Reconnecting Communities with Food
Firstborn and SoBe: A Playful Partnership
Yu-Jin Kim; Karen Reuther
The Relevance of Design Thinking in Retail: An Indian Perspective
Design Insights from User Research and Crowdsourcing
Soren Ingomar Petersen & Sofie Hussain
The Value of Design in Developing Markets: An Indian Insight
Reframing Our Ways of Working, and Stretching the Creative Spirit
The Paradox of Design Entrepreneurship: Are You a Risk Voyeur?