Bill Burnett

Stanford University

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Executive Director of the Design Program at Stanford University and co-author of Designing Your Life

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When you hear the word "design," what comes to mind? Maybe something tangible like graphics, architecture, fashion, furniture and products.

Designing your life

When you hear the word "design," what comes to mind? Maybe something tangible like graphics, architecture, fashion, furniture and products.

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