What could my design be

Reflection on my thesis and design process
Design Future / Design Goals
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I used to worry about what is a good design, and how to make your design be trustful and valued, like my design could influent more people, it could make users’ life happier or someday it will become a big deal.

However, sometimes, caring more about the impact, the tech we use, or how rare my design is are not making it better. Because too much concerning the result, too much pressure. And the pressure will make me could not see what phenomenon/scene I am touched (good or bad).
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So what could touch me most?
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In this process, I find SYSTEMIC DESIGN, DESIGN FOR SOCIAL INNOVATION, TRANSITION DESIGN. In each area, there are so many details I am concerning about and should learn. I believe they will make my design more researched and systematic.On top of that, I hope maybe this blog process and design could inspire readers and users to have a desire for future life, just like me:)Because there are so many designers are working on it, just like me, right?:)

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Making assumptions for 2 topics
Design Assumption / Thesis Topics Selecting
This week we are asked to make assumptions for thesis topic. Because I have not made my choice done, I am going to write assumption for each topic and talk with people separately. Probably, it will help me to make my choice.
1. Stolen life by phones
“It’s not easy to make it come true, because the barrier here is the development of technology. Once it is mature, all of the people will interact with the physical world rather than a 📺
— Esther
2. Protect women from hidden cameras
“It’s really gross. And women who are defended usually wear normal clothes and do not do any cross thing. It’s not the women’s fault. It’s these people’s fault.”
“Both topics are interesting and these are two different type topic. Perhaps you could think about the design process.”
— Syed Osama Hussein
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