Adam Warren Blog post

Adam wrote a nice piece after my staff seminar at Winchester School of Art. He makes some very valid points about bespoke solutions versus familiar solutions, however the familiar has to start unknown, so hopefully I can work on this aspect. In this talk I don’t think I made clear the concept of trying to map the studio based practice and networked learning that happens in our studios over to a digital tool, but I think this is something I plan to work a lot with, especially context based learning. Whether a digital tool can do all this we are yet to see.

Thanks again Adam for the write up, feedback and for coming to see my talk.

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In a related note Christopher Gutteridge makes an excellent point at today’s The Future of Text Conference that tools without the right environment are useless.

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