Sunday, March 24, 2019

Books That Ought to Live

I am asked often for suggestions on readings for systemic design related topics. I also notice the lack of references in contemporary writing to watershed ideas and thinkers from just a few decades ago. As new generations of professionals and scholars begin exploring new or newish domains of interest such as design, design thinking, systems, systems approach, systems thinking et. al. it would be good to explore books and authors who have been left out of the canon of accepted texts for normative disciplines and professional fields. This article is a good reminder that there are books that need to be rediscovered even though they have been shunned by their own: Books that wouldn’t die
https://lnkd.in/gtmGXuC

Thursday, March 21, 2019

Taking a Design Stance


Taking a Design Stance

Monash University keynote
Design for Health - AsiaPacific Symposium


Monday, March 4, 2019

Monash University Colab symposium

A report out from the recent symposium in Melbourne, Australia at Monash University on Design for Health.

Monash Health Colab
Design for Health – Asia Pacific
December 2018, Monash University