What isn't designed? Can design's ubiquity harm its educational and storytelling potential? What might a space dedicated to design look like? How might it be experienced?
To begin unpacking some of these questions, we're joined by Tanner Woodford, the founder of the Design Museum Chicago, whose mission is to share stories of the community and drive engagement through the power of design (in its many forms).
In addition to the idea of a "design museum," we discuss the importance of community-led design, what a democratized design practice might entail, and the implications for brands who do not consider design in its strategic and tactical planning processes.
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