3 min read · 247 saves · From 2018 · The conventional interpretation of human-centered design wildly oversimplifies the relationship between people and technology. It’s time for a more nuanced approach, writes argodesign’s Mark Rolston.
6 min read · 176 saves · From 2017 · The design industry’s reigning paradigm is in crisis. It’s time to evolve from human-centered design to <em>humanity</em>-centered design, write Artefact’s Rob Girling and Emilia Palaveeva.
7 min read · 21 saves · From 2019 · We propose a radical change in design from experts designing for people to people designing for themselves, leveraging the creativity of communities to solve their own problems. People in communities best understand their problems and the impediments and affordances that impede and support change.
5 min read · 23 saves · 2019-04-03 · Jesse Weaver · Design thinking keeps us locked in our human-centered bubble. We’re building for ourselves — and only ourselves. What if we tried… bee-centered design?