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by Molly Wright Steenson
After the Bauhaus, Before the Internet
Edited by Geoff Kaplan
Foreword by Tim Barringer
by Christopher Baber
Health Design Thinking, second edition
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by Daniela K Rosner
by Kat Holmes
Foreword by John Maeda
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The Storm of Creativity
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We Are Not Users
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