This blog is part of the keynote talk ‘Inside out/outside in: design as open’ I gave at the Spaces of Learning conference, April 18th in Toronto about how the nature of nowadays design has become fundamentally ‘open’ in nature and what impact this has about we deal with design.
This talk is divided in 4 seperate blog posts:
- Part 1 ‘Design as open’
- Part 2 ‘Openness as paradigm shift in society‘
- Part 3 ‘Rhizome as a toolkit for fluid design‘
- Part 4 ‘Complexity and criticism’
Now that I have painted you a picture about the new-found openness of design and which is reflected in and comes out of the change in how people deal with design in a fluid manner and what place design takes: not a place, but the in-between space, I like to explore a new perspective of dealing with this new nature of design.