Postcapitalist Design Guidelines

These Postcapitalist Design (PCD) Guidelines are intended to practically guide the work of transforming projects, practices, and disciplines—including and beginning with design currently done for capitalist enterprise. As a group, the guidelines are designed to function uniquely at each of these layers, representing different contexts, scales, and speeds of transformation. Each set of guidelines comprises a series of questions for designers to consider as they navigate the unique contexts of their work. In these guidelines, the strategies take a form directly applicable to designerly approaches for synthesizing disparate needs into design solutions. Each guideline is posed as a “How might we…” question.


Project Guidelines: PCD Strategies × Project

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Practice Guidelines: PCD Strategies × Practice

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Discipline Guidelines: PCD Strategies × Discipline

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