Design Future Meets Design Education
As a liberal arts graduate, I tend to bridle when people ask: But what kind of job can you actually get with a degree in English literature (art history, political science, sociology)? Still, it is a valid question, and one that new design graduates (with or without large student debts) need to consider as well. We begin this issue with a loot at the uncertainty we all face and the idea of bringing together the worlds of business and design education to build a next-generation "innovation Leadership" curriculum. This introductory piece by Sebastian Fixson and James Read points at the challenges in combining established schools, but makes a compelling case for bringing them together in the future.
Creating Innovation Leaders: Why We Need to Blend Business and Design Education
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Sebastian K. Fixon, James M. Read
Reflections on Design Education in a Changing World
Ramsey Ford & Kate Hanisian
How Knowmads Are Changing the Face of Education
Design Education in the UK: The Students Speak
Four Skills Graduates Need to Cut It in Design-Led Firms
Design Education: A Return to Basics
Sohrab Vossoughi, Carl Alviani
Educating Designers to a T
Bridging Languages: New Challenges for Future Designers
Marzia Mortati, Beatrice Villari
Design Is Entrepreneurship Is Design Is...
James K. O'Grady
Learning to Practice: Nurturing Client Business in Design Education
Emma Murphy, Jonathan Baldwin
Allan Chochinov: DMI Interview