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In the next 10 years it will be possible to place a billion transistors on a single microchip - representing a million fold rise in the cost effectiveness of information technology. The convergence of information & communication technologies is causing, and will continue to cause, widespread upheaval.
These changes are enabling the practice, teaching and learning of design to evolve rapidy and in new and exciting ways. What affects are these technological developments having on the practice of design and the design business ? What are the implications for teaching and learning ?
The Culture of Connectedness examines these questions and presents industrial and commercial case studies alongside identified educational opportunities.