DetailsNeville Brody of Research Studios, best known for his edgy typographic explorations with Fuse, talks about the human and social role of design with Lucienne Roberts of the innovative design studio Sans+Baum. Brody has suggested that much design today has become a tool of economic manipulation. How can designers question and challenge the social context and impact of their work? In a post-slacker, No Logo generation, how can designers bring politics and emotion to our visual language? And how challenge the social context and impact of their work? Lucienne was one of the signatories of the First Things First 2000 design manifesto calling for a greater awareness of design responsibility.