Part 6—How Do Designers Who Are Makers Represent Their Value in Traditional Design Contexts?
André Knoerig points out that often makers build things simply to play with the technology and learn about it without a specific social goal in mind. Designers tend to approach tools with a specific purpose or idea in mind: the “what for” that drives innovation in the maker movement. This juxtaposition of “improving the tools” and “finding the what for of a technology” is where designers and makers complement each other.
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