"造点" 是中国第一家共益设计咨询公司,

它致力于推动商业增长与社会价值的共益。

 

作为中国第一家推动共益设计的团队,我们相信设计方法与设计师的角色不应仅限于创造“美好的物品”,而可以向上游的系统、社会组织形式、与文化等底层架构移动。作为设计师,我们的使命是为社会中的复杂系统问题找到新的解决方案,我们关注的议题包括环境、老龄化、健康与城市发展等。同时,我们相信设计方法可以被普及到社会的各个层面,从而推动创新的民主化。

 

我们是造点的核心成员

 
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程致远 Janson Cheng

发起人, CEO

“跳跃的猫头鹰”

社会创新设计专家

Parsons 设计硕士

哈佛SEED社会创新种子

入选福布斯中国30U30榜单

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谭静远 Linda Tan

合伙人

社会设计师

多伦多大学分子生物硕士学位

“爱聚社会创新机构”乡村教育工具设计师

曾担任“天地人禾消费合作社”CEO

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许威杰

造点首席知识官、运营主管

穿梭于城市和乡村,致力于通过商业改善社会。

暨南大学化学工程与工艺学士,暨南大学创业学院创业营学员,友成基金会2015届小鹰计划学员,信阳乡村建设协作者中心成员。

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聂詠旋 Iphie Nie

造点影响力设计师

早稻田大学国际关系学士

纽约大学国际发展及公共管理硕士

RocketSpace Inc. China(海创空间 联才工坊)生态系统经理

B Corp China TaskForce(共益企业)中国团队项目经理

 团队故事

During his postgraduate in Transdisciplinary Design at Parsons School of Design, Janson, co-founder of Make-a-Point, initiated a project engaging design students across the U.S and China to help rural villages in China to find their way when they seem to have been left behind in our modern times. The experience inspired Janson to further explore the immense potentials for applying design thinking in social innovation. With the conviction that design can make the world a better place for all, upon returning to China in 2016 after graduation, Janson founded Make-a-Point with Eva, who lives in America and cofounded Sinovator 社创客, a US-China social innovation media company. Later, Weijie, Ivy and Linda joined the team, sharing the same vision with their own perspectives and experiences in design, innovation and social enterprise.

The name '造点 Make-a-point' has multiple meanings. Firstly, in Chinese, it is a pun for noise in photography. As one needs to come close enough to spot the noise in an image, we throw ourselves into the challenges we are confronting in order to identify real issues. Secondly, we solve problems and design the world as we envision by making tangible solutions, much like adding a new dot, or point, on the future landscape. And finally, we make the point for a future where economic and social gains are valued as one. Moving forward, we will continue to evolve the methodology of Design for the Common Good, apply it in areas of ageing, urban communities, health for all and cultural heritage. Meanwhile, we will keep expanding the repertoire on the Marketplace for the Common Good and distribute them to wider audience.