John Hockenberry’s TED talk: Does design require intent?
|June 13, 2012||Posted by News under Design inference, Intelligent Design, News|
Journalist John Hockenberry argues: We are all designers
“Design [is] the emerging ethos formulating and then answering a very new question: What shall we do now, in the face of the chaos that we have created?” (John Hockenberry)”
Journalist John Hockenberry tells a personal story inspired by a pair of flashy wheels in a wheelchair-parts catalogue — and how they showed him the value of designing a life of intent. (From The Design Studio session at TED2012, guest-curated by Chee Pearlman and David Rockwell.)
Journalist and commentator John Hockenberry has reported from all over the world in virtually every medium. He’s the author of “Moving Violations: War Zones, Wheelchairs and Declarations of Independence.”
If design requires intent, what does intent require? Guess philosophy is back in business – and none too soon.
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