- Before getting into further details, here is a summary by the fantastic Chris Noessel.
- Dan states that there are 2 types of design problem
- — Neil Churcher (@neilchurcher)Fri, Feb 07 2014 16:12:56A 2D Google map service to find a car parked in a multi-story Carpark? Partial solutions need to work completely. Dan Rosenberg #IxD14
- His assessment is that Agile cannot help to solve a Solutions design problem.
- — Dana Chisnell (@danachis)Fri, Feb 07 2014 16:14:34Implementation yielding value v. implementation required to yield value seems like an arcane distinction. The subtlety is lost on me. #ixd14
- He goes on into defining what deintellectualization is
- — Neil Churcher (@neilchurcher)Fri, Feb 07 2014 16:25:52Dan Roseberg's quest to de-intellectualise design is in fact an excellent intellectual discourse in design value #ixd14
- — Vicky Teinaki (@vickytnz)Fri, Feb 07 2014 16:21:47Interesting, the day started off saying we need to step away from science, and ended saying we need more. More history both days #ixd14
- — David Owen Morgan (@faunts)Fri, Feb 07 2014 16:33:13What's at stake if we accept de-intellectualism as OK? Rosenberg's not selling intellectualism, no positive arguments... #IxD14
- and starts to preach to learn from lessons learned from the past
Interaction 14 Keynote by Daniel Rosenberg
Daniel Rosenberg put a controversial talk on the De-intellectualization of Design, and what is the antidote.