By design100 Guest Editor Beatrice Pitt
A few months back, the Australian Design Alliance (AdA), backed by well-known designers such as Marc Newson and members from the DIA, AGDA, the AIA and other professional bodies, launched their campaign to fund the nationwide initiative of the Australian National Design Policy.
A worthy cause, with the goals of promoting design advocacy and putting design on the forefront of government agendas, they met their target of raising over $15,000, earlier this May. So how do they plan on representing the professional voice of designers and promoting Australian wide design productivity and innovation? Lisa Cahill from the Australian Design Alliance describes the future of the design policy.
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