New Years Resolutions are as ubiquitous as they are ineffective. This post, however, is not about how ineffective they might be. You see, I have this idea that maybe its not our fault that we often can't follow through on what we resolve to do. Maybe it's a matter of bad design.
Month: December 2020
From Abstract to Concrete: My Journey to Philosophy and Innovation
The world needs philosophers; philosophers have been here all along
Tandem Reflection: at the Intersection of Design Thinking and Peer Mentorship
Tandem Reflection is the use of tools and mindsets of design thinking and applying them in one-on-one conversations with the intent of assisting the other person with a problem.
Hey, everybody. To those who might recognize what this site used to be, you might noticed some changes. Notably, this blog is no longer called Writings By Ender. I've opted instead for something simple and accurate: Austin's Writing Hub (Note from the future: the blog has since been renamed to Self-Centric Design) To all of … Continue reading The Return