Design is inherently ethical. Our methods aren’t.
Visual symbols are powerful ways to make social constructs —from fashion to government— feel legitimate, trustworthy, and familiar.
Design can never truly be free of culture, gender, and bias. Our pursuit of a neutral and universal design may bring us to modernism, minimalism...
Picture the keypad of a telephone and calculator side by side. Can you see the subtle difference between the two without resorting to your smartphone?
How returning to the craft taught me to be a better leader.
The unintended consequences of our designs also have the same effect on the world as the intended consequences.