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In this interview conducted by Stan Ruecker, Laura Forlano gives some clues of what designers can learn from the critical thinking the social sciences have developed for decades: challenging key terms, overturning narratives, and being critical about the way new technologies are being framed and presented. She asks for designers to commit to a position. She points out that because each new technology will inevitably fail, designers might be more effective if they think of people not only using technology, but also having to take care of it.
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