Effecting design-driven social change tends to require changes to the traditional consultancy business model. Funding, clients, and complexity may be significantly different, and the emergence of human-centered design puts the designer earlier in the process. Integrating social design so that it contributes to bottom-line success, rather than jeopardizing it, is the key to success.
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Crowdsourcing, Social Media, Information Design, Communications Design