Everyone is a designer. Get over it.
Daniel Burka

If the definition of design has really become so broad that everyone is doing it, what does it even mean any more? Is it useful to even talk about it, except as a trendy buzzword?

It’s like my advisor in graduate school insisting “everything is politics.” Well, everything people do is also biology. It’s also physics. It’s also linguistics. Now, maybe, everything is also design. Where does that get us?

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