Stories are the way that people can make sense of reality. In cognitive behavioural conceptions about how people understand the world, experience is reduced to stimulus, interpretation, and response.
We are concerned with the minutiae, especially as our roles within the process become much more specialized. My question has often been, who is thinking about the big picture?
As a designer, I have been adapting to the social, economic, political, and technological environment for fifty-one years.
The spiritual vision of the Bauhaus was a faith in people’s ability to transform society for good by breaking down divisions and working together toward a common purpose.
Can we shift our focus from designing physical artifacts to designing living systems?
The phenomenon of coinciding discoveries or inventions without direct communication, coordination, or cooperation.
Becoming human is more than an individual desire. It is a collective aspiration. How can we become more human?
Human-centred design involves a process of understanding what is most important and what we can do that will be the most effective in solving the challenges we face.