Designing Business for the Future

The idea that good design is good business has become commonplace in the new millennium. Good design, however, is more than bringing well-crafted objects and experiences to the marketplace. Good design must consider the World in which these experiences will live. In turn, we must think seriously about the ways that this work will impact and build the future. Fred Dust discusses the impact of design.

Festival: 2006

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