Article No :803 | March 13, 2012 | by Jon Kolko
I’ve spent years working in a consulting and professional environment with designers, technologists, and business folk who love the professional competency they've built, but constantly bemoan the lack of meaning behind the projects they are working on. We've come far enough in establishing processes and methods for creating successful products and services that we can now afford to as, and to answer, this important question: “What should I work on?”
It was with that question in mind that I wrote my newest book, Wicked Problems: Problems Worth Solving. The book is a call to action for designers, urging us to be more proactive in working on the pressing social and system problems that plague the world. It includes a template curriculum, case studies, and thoughts about the best use of our creative and strategic talent.
The book is available for purchase in print or as an eBook, but also for free online as HTML. Check it out at http://www.wickedproblems.com