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Designing for care, with care

It's September! Wild. Hope you're enjoying yours so far.
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Designing for care, with care
By Tyler Gindraux • Issue #7 • View online
It’s September! Wild. Hope you’re enjoying yours so far.

Text: This Week
Text: This Week
It feels quite obvious to mention the fact that this year has made me think a lot more about care. Health care, self care, caring for people from afar, caring for our spaces, neighbors, the teller helping you at the grocery store. During the pandemic, I’ve framed care with a sense of urgency, its ever-presence defined by an overwhelming need for action.
And to top it all off, working in the healthcare sector now means most days I’m thinking about designing for care. There’s an obvious need for designing care systems and services with the people who will navigate them. I’m finding both solace and inspiration from some of the work that has already been done in this area. A few to follow…
"What I am trying to say is that we already know how to take care of each other in a crisis, friends and strangers alike; we have been doing it all of our lives." Sarah McCarry
"What I am trying to say is that we already know how to take care of each other in a crisis, friends and strangers alike; we have been doing it all of our lives." Sarah McCarry
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