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Dark-sky thinking

Thursday, October 16, 2003

If only the World Creative Forum's ideas matched the ambition of its title.

Don't curb design enthusiasm

Wednesday, September 26, 2007

The desire for sustainability has been reinterpreted as accepting limits and narrowing choices rather than expanding how we live, work, play. This kind of make-do-with-what-we-have ethos cannot be good for design and society.

Comment: Design in denial

Thursday, November 1, 2007

For many people today ‘good’ design doesn’t appeal; instead it must be ‘worthy’. That’s a real problem. 

Guest Comment: Creativity versus Counting

Saturday, July 12, 2008

Is the digital industry becoming too dependent on using web analytics to asses customer behaviour?

Can Design change the World? And should it try?

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Plymouth University, Plymouth

Is it irresponsible to want design that is radical, experimental, is risky and that can challenge the brief? Or if not, then what is design for? And why does any of this matter?

Can design change the world (and should it try)?

Saturday, February 6, 2010

Designers Society talk, in association with Plymouth University Faculty of Art Plymouth

Is it irresponsible to want design that is radical, experimental, is risky and that can challenge the brief? Or if not, then what is design for? And why does any of this matter?

Changing the meaning of ‘change’

Friday, August 1, 2008

Charles Leadbeater tries to convince a sceptical Martyn Perks about the positive powers of 'we think' and how unleashing the creative potential of ambitious individuals could potentially overhaul society.

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