Lindsay Kinkade on combining art, design and public policy

Lindsay Kinkade talks about using open-source methodology to make public policy, particularly the American healthcare system, more understandable.

Rhode Island School of Design graduate Lindsay Kinkade, who is currently teaching at the institution, talks about using art and design to make public policy more understandable.

Visibility, drivability, integration and durability are some of the key design elements that can help to make bicycles a more appealing form of urban transport, says Kinkade.

Kinkade shares a project she did with a group of students from various disciplines to examine the state of the American healthcare system and how creativity can be applied to improve it.