I have been playing with 'design for all' and co-creation ever since I've really been doing anything. It seems to be my design ideology. I'm interested in learning about community spirit. I can explain a story where I used to produce some products, and one day I meet a father with his son, who, basically said they had copied my design and made their own, rather than buy mine. After the initial annoyance, I've found I gained more personal value from knowing that I inspired them to spend their weekend doing something together, than any economic value I've earned from sales, This changed my design approach.
Jeremy's 'getting stuff done' manifesto
Design, making, folk art and community spirit.
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