Consider design research – is it a discipline or no? Consider design researchers – researchers or are we really design consultants? A discipline has a body of knowledge, and a clear way of contributing to literature so that we know what we know. A real discipline has a theoretical base, and ways of using that . . . → Read More: Experience research: Making Sense of Sensemakers?
Dr. Brenda Dervin presented a lecture and workshop at University of Toronto’s KMDI, kicking off the Making Sense Of series led by professor Peter Pennefather, KMDI outreach director. Peter and I hosted Brenda as befitting this first session in a series of workshops on “how we make sense” in several different domains. What’s new is . . . → Read More: Making Sense of Sensemaking
Posted from Designing for Care blog on the Rosenfeld site.
Designing for Care introduces the framing, if not the framework yet, of integrating design practices within healthcare as a legitimate practice of care. We are already both direct and complementary healthcare professionals. We care and provide care, both personally and professionally.
There are many notions . . . → Read More: Designing for Circles of Care
Reposted from the Rosenfeld book site / author blog.
I am inviting experienced designers (and professionals and administrators) to review and advise the course of a new book, Design for Care. Interested and interesting people can register on the book’s community site at designforcare.com.
Healthcare is a sector of complex interconnected systems. If we act . . . → Read More: Designing for Care