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Herr C. M. & Fischer T. (2010) Digital drifting: Minimally instructive education for tool-aided creativity in Asia. Cybernetics & Human Knowing 17(1–2): 37–57.
This paper introduces a teaching approach that applies the circular and conversational nature of design to itself. To this end we have developed workshops that, within the time frame of usually five days over three weekends, allow students to abandon and renegotiate preconceived terms of engagement and goals in design conversations and to develop appreciation for, and readiness to adopt, unforeseen events with unexpected qualities. We show how avoiding goal-driven linear processes, and embracing circular causality, can provide a fertile environment for students to develop new ideas not only in applied designing but also in design management.
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