Dash Tirthankar
Apr 26, 2018

Deep design to the rescue: Solving wicked problems of the future

'Deep design' is a way of bringing clarity and order to a discourse on design that focuses on the human, but seems to lack empathy for human needs.

Let me begin by stating a controversial opinion. Our contemporary lives are defined by 200 years of dehumanisation. From the time of the industrial revolution, the nature of work and labour has changed dramatically. The relationship between man and machine has always been tenuous, with machines being used to help man work faster, better, and more productively, yet causing existential angst for mankind. The rise of the machine and its intelligence, once driven by man, now threatens to...

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