Unpacking Design & Creativity @ Purdue

by | Thursday, April 24, 2008

The presentation Unpacking Design and creativity: What I think I know, and what I (quite certainly) don’t is done, and it went well (I think). You can read the abstract here or view the presentation below



Or see it full screen, by clicking here.


After the presentation I got to hang out with Aman Yadav and Emily (who are expecting their first baby). That was fun.

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