Design Everywhere is a podcast by designers for designers. Host, Jonathan Morgan, is a human-centered designer who explores the shifting landscape of product and service design in the face of emerging technology. Each week is an exploration into the past, present, and future of design through the stories of the people that are shaping it. Jonathan guides listeners through discussions with leading voices in the design industry. Together, they canvas the world of design uncovering examples of the good, the bad and the ultimate impact of design… everywhere!

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The Freedom of Focus

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Host and human-centered designer Jonathan Morgan invites researcher, Indi Young, author and co-founder of Adaptive Path, to discuss the concept of focus. Join us in exploring the limitations of designers and their deep interest in the people who will be using the things they create. Through the lenses of focus, Empathy and Opportunity, Jonathan and Indi delve into the world of design with mastery, precision and… well, great focus.

*Editor's note: There is a clarification for the 17:20 minute mark. Indi says: "You can start to recognize at what level people are speaking. Are they speaking about their opinions? Are they talking about their preferences? Are they mentioning statements of fact? Or are they explaining how to do something?" This should be followed up by the phrase: "Because you need to push past these. The inner reasoning, reactions, and guiding principles are what you're aiming for."

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