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About

The Design Disruption Group is small group of design educators, researchers, practitioners, and students based at Northumbria University Design School whose collective objective is to bring about positive change via disruptive design acts . The Design Disruption Group was established

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About

The Design Disruption Group is small group of design educators, researchers, practitioners, and students based at Northumbria University Design School whose collective objective is to bring about positive change via disruptive design acts . The Design Disruption Group was established

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Design Disruption in a Single Image

This painstakingly beautiful graphic image represents exactly what the Design Disruption Group (DDG) is all about. Using a limited palette of 3 colours and only 11 words, the striking image visually represents the DDG’s aims and objectives. In short, the

Design Disruption in a Single Image

This painstakingly beautiful graphic image represents exactly what the Design Disruption Group (DDG) is all about. Using a limited palette of 3 colours and only 11 words, the striking image visually represents the DDG’s aims and objectives. In short, the

Our findings so far…

After completing our first round of disruptions we have found that we are Using design as a catalyst for conversation and Disrupting ourselves by talking to others    

Our findings so far…

After completing our first round of disruptions we have found that we are Using design as a catalyst for conversation and Disrupting ourselves by talking to others    

Manifesto (unfinished)

We don’t have all the answers – but we will find the people who do. Physical sketching – action then words. Nothing is ever really finished. We advocate a heteroclite attitude to the dominant one-size-fits-all, Fordist assembly-line style of design,

Manifesto (unfinished)

We don’t have all the answers – but we will find the people who do. Physical sketching – action then words. Nothing is ever really finished. We advocate a heteroclite attitude to the dominant one-size-fits-all, Fordist assembly-line style of design,