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Design: Creation of Artifacts in Society

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Design: Creation of Artifacts in Society
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Publisher: University of Pennsylvania
ISBN-13: 9780983648703
Number of pages: 145

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Design is conceiving and giving form to artifacts that solve problems. I use artifact in a broad and atypical sense to describe any product of intentional creation, including physical goods, services, software, graphics, buildings, landscapes, organizations, and processes.

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