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Social design is usually defined as the process of designing the social world and reality in order to improve human livelihood and well being. It is drawn upon the idea of moral and ethical responsibility assigned to designers and creative personnel to bring about a change with their positive and creative endeavors. It is the concept of producing responsible and sensitive designs that not only caters to the needs of the people or serves a utilitarian purpose but also the responsibility to make your design an agent of positive change and a source of inspiration, love and joy to people.

Besides being a source such pleasures with their arts, social design also includes responsibility towards the environment such as their selection of eco-friendly tools and designs, catering to the society’s needs rather than desires and keeping the society’s requirement before their personal material satisfactions.
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