Great design doesn’t just look good — it has the potential to make lives easier and to enhance the public good. Public Interest Design, the website dedicated to examining how, has created a list of 100 makers, educators, connectors, policymakers and visualizers in the U.S. who are doing incredible work at the intersection of design and service. Among the list, we noticed several TED Fellows and TED speakers. Below, check out their moving talks.
- Yves Behar talks “Designing objects that tell stories” and gives a look at “supercharged motorcycle design”
- Majora Carter on “Greening the ghetto” as well as sharing “3 stories of local eco-entrepreneurship“
- TED Fellow Candy Chang poses the question “Before I die I want to…”
- TED Fellow Jane Chen shares a “Warm embrace that saves lives”
- Bill Clinton on “Rebuilding Rwanda”
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