Design the Conversation
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DepartmentUniversity of Baltimore. Klein Family School of Communications Design.
ProgramUniversity of Baltimore. Master of Fine Arts in Integrated Design.
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Design the Conversation is a website designed to synthesize the latest research on conversation, design, and the under explored area of shaping conversation in our workplaces; a place where together we can explore what new and exciting ways design processes and methods could further benefit our world by reconsidering what constitutes a "product" - and how abstract and messy areas like conversation can be new areas for designers to explore.
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