Why Design Education Must Change

“Today, however, designers work on organizational structure and social problems, on interaction, service, and experience design. Many problems involve complex social and political issues. As a result, designers have become applied behavioral scientists, but they are woefully undereducated for the task. Designers often fail to understand the complexity of the issues and the depth of knowledge already known. (…) The uninformed are training the uninformed.” (Donald A. Norman ~ Core77)

Comments are closed.