Make it New concludes by introducing the concept of “Design Thinking,” the most recent and possibly the most influential export of the Silicon Valley design community. Design Thinking suggests that the tools of the designer can be applied not just to products, but to the entire field of human experience—poverty, social justice, the work of institutions of every sort. This concludes the arc of a story that began on the loading dock of a mid-century factory building and now embraces the totality of life.
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