A short look at how using design as a tool in management and institutional structuring could solve a lot of human-driven flaws.
All apologies to Edsger Dijkstra for once again abusing the *Considered Harmful* phrase, but I just had to manually type “Edsger Dijkstra,” which isn’t the easiest name for me to spell.
Short musing about how sometimes great ideas get eroded away by the time they’re possible.
A quick look at some ideas for improving the world via design, and why they aren’t very good ideas.
The 2008 Obama campaign used the slogan, “Change you can believe in.” I think it works for this phenomena to call it “Unbelieved Change,” meaning change that people didn’t see coming because they didn’t believe it had a chance.