Blending Boundaries: Design and Technology

Jones, Derek (2023). Blending Boundaries: Design and Technology. In: Lehtonen, Miikka J.; Kauppinen, Tomi and Sivula, Laura eds. Design Education Across Disciplines: Transformative Learning Experiences for the 21st Century. Palgrave Macmillan Cham, pp. 173–183.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-23152-0_11

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Part II of the book is about blending boundaries in design and technology. For many design practitioners and educators reading this, working with boundaries may seem very familiar. Much of what we do in design necessarily requires us to work with boundaries that arise from roles, specialism, activities, cultures, and knowledge, to name but few examples. In addition, design is also distinguished by what designers do with boundaries: how we work across, between, at the edges of, pushing, pulling, or blurring them.

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