“…design is a mode of propositional acting, meaning that it does not make facts but rather gives expression to ‘matters of concern’ through things and to things as themselves matters of concern—further, design affirms possibilities and not as facts but, again, as possibilities.”

Excerpt from:
A FORM TO CARE WITH: Design as a mode of action consonant with achieving a politics of small things

Laura Wing, MA Design Studies ’15

Laura Wing —Excert from: "A FORM TO CARE WITH: Design as a mode of action consonant with achieving a politics of small things" ∕ MA Design Studies ’15
Misha Volf—Fodder Michal Unterberg—Design and Dialectic of the Knowing Body in the Twenty First Century: When Artifacts are Imbued with Human Behaviors Anke Gruendel—Excerpt from "From Product to Process: The Technopolitics of Design-Led Public Innovation"