Alienated From Our Data

In the 19th century, Karl Marx lamented that, due to the structures of capitalism, workers had become alienated from the products of their labor. In today’s economy, workers — and everyone else for that matter — are increasingly alienated from the products of their information.

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Greg VanderPol
Eight Insights from Two Days at Design School

How students think, and the type of student that design programs create is something that designers today should have a stake in.  In addition to being our colleagues of tomorrow, today’s students will be inheriting a world in need of creative, thoughtful, and responsible designers.

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Greg VanderPol