Emerging twenty-first century design trends
A number of developments in the way designers work, in information and communication technologies, and in socioeconomic opportunities, has altered the practice of design at the beginning of the twenty-first century. Professor Anthony Dunne, Head of Interaction Design at the Royal College of Art, London, has claimed that: “New hybrids of design are emerging. People don’t fit in neat categories; they’re a mixture of artists, engineers, designers, thinkers. They’re in that fuzzy space and might be finding it quite tough, but the results are really exciting.’
Critical design products
Critical design, as defined by Anthony Dunne and Fiona Raby is an alternative approach to established product design practice ...