In her position as founder of thinkpublic, London-based social designer Deborah Szebeko is concerned with the question of how to creatively solve social issues. She also looks to finding a way to make the public a design partner in this process.
If you could design anything to improve the way we live, what would it be? Szebeko asks.
Szebeko talks about utilising design to improve patient experiences in hospitals in the UK and speaks about the design of a service that helps people with dementia and provides support for their families. She points out that we need to develop a new language for communicating with government and must stop thinking in "silos."