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In this interview conducted by Stan Ruecker, Frascara and Noël describe their design work involving distributed leadership on interdisciplinary teams. They emphasize that designers bring unique skills to bear, especially in the design of interactions among people, and that design education needs to change to provide designers with the necessary skills to work in public and social areas. Specifically, designers need training in advocacy for the field, distributed leadership, team dynamics, data collection, and the effective presentation of research results.
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