“Why would any person choose to contribute – voluntarily – to a public good that she can partake of, unchecked, as a free rider on the effort of others? Because every individual can see that not only her own incentives, but the incentives of there individuals are thus aligned, the system ought to unravel backward [...]
Although some young adults practice responsible financial decisions, there is a growing young community lacking the financial literacy to take on new, intensive, and often abrupt financial responsibilities. Can design methods be employed to devise transparency with the financial responsibility associated with taking on these culpabilities? The answer is yes. There is an inexhaustible amount [...]
As modern technology and life spin faster and faster, at breakneck speed, all the while demanding that we keep up, new problems surface— creating a plethora of new areas in business, healthcare, policy-making and education that demand a new approach to the existing paradigms.
My research began with the challenge to connect siloed studios and small [...]
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What is this buzzword, Collaboration? There are so many different ways in which we can define, describe, strategize, theorize, and analyze it. Natalie Jeremijenko once described to us that she likes the word “participation” over “collaboration.” Regardless of its subtle nuance, perhaps the struggle of this word comes because we perceive it [...]