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Bespoke Bodies: The Design & Craft of Prosthetics

Featured in the Portland Tribune, KOIN 6 News, Oregon Public Broadcasting, and 3D Print.  Bespoke Bodies: The Design and Craft of Prosthetics Free Exhibit by Design Museum Foundation On View: Feb 15 – May 9, ...

Experimenting with Education

by Angie UyHam, District Design and Innovation Coach, Cambridge Public Schools I remember being four-years- old, holding the edge of my mother’s dress as she dropped me off for the first ...

Teaching the Next Design Thinkers

Elements for a K-12 Design Education Program By Sam Aquillano, Executive Director, Design Museum Foundation What do we need to teach young aspiring designers as they move through their K-12 experience? ...

Four great ways to improve your open office

Through research on workplace solutions from some of our major clients, and through designing our own space in real time, we’ve discovered several key findings about what makes open-plan officing work best.

Exclusive Preview • Inclusion Applied Creatively

Interview by Mary Lewey Kat Holmes began her career in mechanical engineering but found her design calling while working on many different technologies at Microsoft. Her path of curiosity revealed a ...

Shaking Up the System

Since the 2018 midterms, one message has been clear: politicians are ready to shake up and disrupt the status-quo. Our current government systems aren’t representing all constituents and change at ...

How pop-up retail is making urban spaces more exciting

Emily Isenberg is the Founder & Creative Principal of Boston based creative strategy and experiential marketing firm Isenberg Projects. Founded in 2011, Emily has built Isenberg Projects into one of ...

The Collaborative Relationship: Prosthetist and Patients Co-Create

By Brian Heckathorn, Area Clinic Manager, CPO, Hanger Clinic • Edited by Amanda Hawkins & Grace Mennell, Design Museum Foundation I am a prosthetist at Hanger Clinic working in multiple offices across Massachusetts. ...