A growing interest in creativity is opening up new roles for the designer- but also creating a need for clarification of these roles (2020)

Bente Irminger
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In recent years, “Design Thinking” as an interdisciplinary innovation process has increasingly led trade and industry and the public sector to take an interest in the design profession. While this profession has traditionally been related to the design of products and shaping of surroundings, today design can also concern methods and processes, making the profession relevant for additional areas of society. In this article, we present some key characteristics of the design profession today, and also discuss which expectations and different designer roles newly qualified designers meet and may come to meet in the future.
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last modified16/12/2020
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affiliationFaculty of Fine Art, Music and Design, UIB
copyrightBente Irminger og Linda Lien
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published inFaculty of Fine Art, Music and Design, University of Bergen
portal issue1. Past projects - 2018 and prior

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