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Table of Contents

Letter from the Editors

Contributors

EVENTS

PROFILE

Oh, Baby, What a Business
Charlotte Burgess Auburn

Seeking Truth in Design
Angie Heile

FIRST HAND

A Home for Everyone
Lindsey Darby & Vinay Gupta

Keepon Dancing
Marek Michalowski

A Stove to Solve Darfur’s Firewood Crisis
Michael Helms

Understanding Rural Mongolian Health Workers
Jaspal S. Sandhu

HIGH CONCEPT

“Hey, God, Can You Hear Me Now?”
Susan Wyche

Knitting Scarves and Stories Together
Daniela Rosner & Kimiko Ryokai

/usr/bin/pimp/my/workstation
Michael Bernstein

FUNCTIONAL DISSECTION

Polaroid SX-70

INTERVIEW

Nigel Cross [Full interview]
S. Joy Mountford [Full interview]

THINKING

The Hair of Their Chinny Chin Chins
Hugh Musick

Why to Be Wary of “Design for Developing Countries”
Krista Donaldson

What’s the Next BIG Thing in Design?
Bill Moggridge

Developing an Idea by Throwing It Away
Liz Gerber

The Artifact’s Place in Design
Jan Chong

MATERIAL

The Future is Looming
Emily Winifred Ford

REVIEW

Dear User, Let’s Work Together
Bill Cockayne

It’s a Lot of Stuff
Dave Baggeroer

COMIC

Brain Development
Jorge Cham & Dwayne Godwin

OBJECT OBITUARY

My Flickr Meta-content
Steve Portigal

 
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