HOW MIGHT WE USE DESIGN THINKING TO REIMAGINE CAMPUS SPACE(S)?

What is Human Centered Design Thinking? 

HOW MIGHT WE USE DESIGN THINKING TO REIMAGINE CAMPUS SPACE(S)?

Design is about delivering a satisfying experience. Design thinking is about creating a multipolar experience in which everyone has the opportunity to participate in the conversation.
— Tim Brown, Change by Design: How Design Thinking Transforms Organizations ...
 
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Human Centered Design powers our activism. We create, iterate, design and prototype new ways of belonging to achieve spatial justice. Spatial Justice,  most notably in the works of geographers David Harvey and Edward W.  Soja (2010), relates social justice to space. Space makes injustice & justice visible. We work to (re)claim & disrupt campus space(s) in new & meaningful ways.  Join us & experience the art of Spatial Justice.

When we hear the words "design" & "prototype", we typically imagine fancy hi-tech products and services designed by a group of engineers in white lab coats. Our designers wear blue sweatshirts, not white lab coats. And we don't just design products and services; we design experiences. Experience is where product, service & user engage and interact.             

Human Centered Design provides us a variety of tools and approaches to problem solving. 

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