Taking a critical look at current educational models, open design will involve a shift in the relationship between designers and potential users in terms of attitude, skills and approach. Caroline Hummels discusses the consequences of open design for the educational approach and for the structure and tools offered. She advocates an educational model that reflects the flexibility, openness, and continuous development of open design.
|Title of host publication||Open design now; why design cannot remain exclusive|
|Editors||B. van Abel, R. Klaassen, L. Evers, P. Troxler|
|Place of Publication||Amsterdam|
|Number of pages||167|
|Publication status||Published - 2011|