Activism is an interesting concept in architecture and design. And with the advent of design thinking in various industries, this productive habit has never been more significant for creatives. In a way, design activism is similarly a powerful tool that continuously challenges the status quo and always aims at providing innovative solutions for difficult problems. While some people may interpret activism as aggression, a better term, in my opinion, that's suitable for its effectiveness might be assertiveness. Thus, by being assertive in projects, we exercise better decision-making as well as responsible accountability.
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