Human-Centered Design: What Architects Can Learn from UX Designers

Human-Centered Design: What Architects Can Learn from UX Designers Courtesy of Crossett Library Bennington College Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/989103/human-centered-design-what-architects-can-learn-from-ux-designers The architectural practice has always been rooted in what people now call “human-centered design”. The term, coined by Irish engineer Mike Cooley in his 1987 publication “Human-Centred Systems” describes a design … Read more

Designing Decarbonization, Jobs, and Justice (Part II) – THE DIRT

Grounding the Green New Deal / Allison Shelley/Landscape Architecture Foundation “The Green New Deal Superstudio models a collective form of practice. We have a foot in the world now, but can imagine a new future,” said Kate Orff, FASLA, founder of SCAPE, during the start of the second panel of Grounding the Green New Deal, … Read more

Designing Decarbonization, Jobs, and Justice (Part 1) – THE DIRT

Grounding the Green New Deal / Allison Shelley/Landscape Architecture Foundation “It’s not good enough to just be active designers, we also need to be influencing upstream policy,” said Barbara Deutsch, CEO of the Landscape Architecture Foundation, during the kick-off of Grounding the Green New Deal, a day-long summit held at the National Building Museum (NBM) … Read more