FROM Bill Burnett
Designing your life When you hear the word "design," what comes to mind? Maybe something tangible like graphics, architecture, fashion, furniture and products. Or the virtual realm -- websites, apps and video games. But according to Bill Burnett and Dave Evans, there’s a less tangible problem that can be solved with "design thinking": your life. They’re authors of Designing Your Life , a book based on a course they teach at Stanford University.
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