Excessive choice to sustainable choice
Everyday choices lead to the collective formation of cultural norms and practices. Like many global economies, Singapore has adopted a culture of excess that has negatively impacted the environment. Therefore the role of design is to investigate how everyday choices can be reframed and redesigned as part of the user's perceptual development. This project has identified a space for design intervention in the intention-to-choice gap, emphasising the need to redesign systems to present more sustainable interactions and behaviours.