Provocative and inspiring questions about what designers do and why—the shape of design as in the outline, not the details, of the trade. Given the power to affect the experiences strangers have with objects, services, and places, what should designers do with that power? I liked this very much but found the writing kind of elliptical, often hinting at specific meanings rather than spelling them out with examples.
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