There’s So Little There There: A Response to the Stanford d.school’s Defense of Design Thinking

Daniel Scarnecchia’s Frank and Honest Re-Rendering of Stanford d.school’s Design Thinking Hexagons
A colleague’s “reverse ideation” of the d.school email. Note that there’s nothing in the “things we should change” quadrant, just as there’s no ownership of past mistakes.
In this meme, the radical librarian Romel Espinel suggests that Paulo Freire would like his critique of education back, a critique that is at least fifty years old and probably much older.

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I do technology studies, co-organize @The_Maintainers, and profess Science, Technology, and Society at Virginia Tech.

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