Issue #07: Collaboration
Monthly Design Dispatches
Why (Do We) Bother?
by Craig Dykers
As we build (and dismantle) the world around us, the notion of the "habitat" takes on new meaning. How do we achieve the right balance between the abiotic and biotic? A working collaboration with our own natural environments may hold the key.
by Kate Bingaman-Burt & Zachary Schomburg
To whom do things belong? In a true collaboration, the individual can't claim authorship. Like the symbiotic relationships we have with the objects we own, collaboration is a two-way street.
You can only do two things: listen, and respond. When you really sit in that listening space, you understand how to work with people. You see how your ideas can inflect and change and shape one another's. It's super exciting.