Transdisciplinary Design

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Do you like my lover shoes “The Overlord and His Beloved”?

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  I believe the best way to learn about the customs of a place is neither searching in the Internet nor joining a group tour…

Prototyping time

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There is a level of understanding that only seems to fall into place by making and experiencing. In Tim Brown’s ”Design for change” the importance…

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Have you heard that musicians in Central Park are now prohibited from playing in EIGHT of the park’s most densely populated areas? Bethesda Terrace Conservatory…

What’s First?

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Note: No animals were harmed during this reflection process. I recently finished the first phase of research for designing a collaborative system that allows participants…

When two approaches are better than one

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I teamed up with Minuette Le for round two of exploring the visual audit for our design-led research class. This was our second and final…

Wish you were here… Greetings of the past for the future

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How can we use memory to construct a shared future view, leading to action? The next question is – whose memories do we hope to…

Sensing the City

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A visual audit can be performed across a specific ideology, environmental signifier, organizational culture, or even a specific human behavior. Designers often use visual research…

Gathering Qualitative Data through the Unexpected

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Intro: The Transdisciplinary Studio has been informed that there might be a strong possibility that next year our studio space might be moving…and it would…

Narratives of Complexity

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Our design led research project has given us the opportunity to reflect on transdisciplinary design both as a mode of thinking and as a collaborative…

Two Wrongs Make It Right

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After the previous phase of my research on transdisciplinary collaboration (see my earlier post, “Questionable Methods”), I thought I’d failed in my attempt to employ…