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A Human-Centered Society

In Beyond Quick Fixes (Rouse, 2024) I considered how human-centered interventions could mitigate the health, education, energy, and mis/dis information challenges addressed in this book.  I explored how these ecosystems could benefit from seeing them as human-centered systems.  This led to my postulating how all four challenges could be mitigated as a whole, reflecting an […]

Human-Centered Design

Many decisions require deciding whose preferences should influence these decisions. In some situations, there may be one ultimate decision maker, although this is very rare in public-private ecosystems.  Success usually depends an understanding all stakeholders. Human-centered design addresses the values, concerns, and perceptions of all stakeholders in designing, developing, deploying, and operating products, services, and […]