Design Fiction

“The future is no longer regarded as predestined…It is now seen as the result of the decisions, discoveries, and efforts that we make today. The future does not exist, but a limitless number of possible futures can be created.”
(Bell, et al., 2013, p. 5)

A designer is by nature a futurist, designers create ideas that are not yet of this world, and turn those ideas into the world we live in. To design therefore is an exercise in futurity. While designers typically create for the very near future, how often does the designer reflect on the potential worlds they are creating? How often do they question…

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Thoughts, ideas and visions of Experience Design fanatics from @Hyperisland and industry friends

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Davis Levine

Davis Levine

President and principal service designer at Public/s Design. Trying to connect design and policy in the public sector. www.davislevine.com & www.publics.design

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