TEACHING ATTITUDES, SKILLS, APPROACHES, STRUCTURE AND TOOLS のまとめ
Strutcture and Tools
Hiroki D. Inoue
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.
• Director of Education at the Department of
Industrial Design, and associate professor on
‘Aesthetics of Interaction in the Design of
Intelligent Products and Systems’ at Eindhoven
University of the Netherlands.
Open Design is a speciﬁc approach to design, in which a group of
intrinsically motivated people from various backgrounds develop
design opportunities and solutions together in an open community,
based on respect for each other’s skills and expertise.
Open Design requires a ﬂexible and open platform that assumes
open access, sharing, active participation, responsibility, commitment
to do good work for its own sake, respect, change, learning and ever
evolving knowledge and skills.
Learning the Attitudes and Skills
for Open Design
・Richard Sennett - The Craftsman
“importance of craftsman’s intrinsic motivation, commitment to doing good
work for its own sake, and an ongoing pursuit of mastery in his or her craft.”
・LINUX * 先日“Authors and Owners”でも取り上げられたRed Hat 社のOSサービス
Quality of the Outcome
Depending on set of attitudes, skills and activities that foster learning
from experience, developing skills through doing, curiosity, ambiguity,
imagination, opening up, questioning, collaborating, open ended
conversation, experimentation, and intimacy.
= Success of Open Design
Open Design is
based on a libertarian relationship
between designers and potential users,
and not on a rational one in which the designer
is seen as superior.
The Approach to Open Design
“Decisions are always conditional”