Social design

Sociality in design, are a part of the grammar of social design. Social design as style, or category of design, are there for in general, designs with a social aspect. Design affects and are affected by modern economies. As a category of design, topic in design history, or as an aesthetics or style, is social design closely related to ideas of the modern utopic and ideal. As in social art, can its social aspect grow from various ideas, or motivations. It can be practical, political or grow out of social settings, circumstances, or situations. The variety of design in manufactured design is opposing the logic of “form follows function”.  As the category of social design are affected by modern economies, the industrial revolution, and the information economy, it also says a lot about the effect of new communications on modern and post-modern societies, – including the cultural development of social design. Although social design traditionally follows manufactured design is social design as a category of style, or aesthetics, such as hybrid design, green design, diy-design, or other design trends as such, part of culture. This is cultural practices, especially postmodern, popular-cultural ones. Social design is closely related to especially modernist questions of form and function. Modern designers were developing new design for the masses, who where people in general. While the later post-industrial design answered to post-modern ideals, where the new design growing out of modern industrialization, strongly affected by new industrially made materials and fabrics, and a marked dominated by the manufactured goods.