Today’s design education is too immersed in technology and markets, so it is difficult for humans to find the unique value of design. This trend is because as market competition intensifies, success in the market becomes more important than anything else. The need for design with fast-developing technology pushed out the importance of design that makes humans human. This paper proposes design education that can create innovative designs while focusing on humanities by examining designs when humanities are ignored in the design process and analyzing the results.
Chair and Professor, Industrial Design, Savannah College of Art and Design, Georgia, United States
HUMANITY, INCLUSIVE DESIGN, EDUCATION, PEOPLE-CENTERED DESIGN, INCLUSIVE INNOVATION