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We need to define both holistic and design first. To design is to thinkDesign is the ability to be able to broaden our perception of the world around, to see the unseen, and make it appear as a new purposeful addition to the real world.

Holistic design is to see and think of the world in two broad dimensions – as interconnectedand evolving systems. Holistic design is formed by and leads to interconnected systems. Evolving nature of holistic design is when the design leads to the evolution of the interconnected systems.

A good example of holistic design is the design of fire for it’s one of the oldest designs we can trace back to. Designed over 2 million years ago, fire was supposedly discovered by rubbing two stones over a heap of dry leaves. Never did the world perceive a connection between dried leaves and stones before the design of fire.

The design of fire led to the evolution of the human race from Homo Erectus to Homo Sapiens as it led to the design of cooking and much more.

 

– Karthik Vijayakumar, Founder and Principal, DYT Studios & Host of The Design Your Thinking Podcast

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Source: theblog.adobe.com/ask-an-uxpert-what-does-holistic-ux-design-mean-to-you/

 

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…worth adapting.

The first one was a duster/mop I saw at Amman airport.

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The arms of this duster could be opened out fully cutting a double-width swathe to mop the floor in fewer passes.  The two arms could also be brought closer to handle narrower spaces.

The second one was seen in use by men delivering supplies to our cruise ship parked at Luxor.

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It’s a wooden ‘L’ saddled on the man’s back using a harness.

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Here he can be seen carrying boxes on his back, his hands free to open doors, handle documents, etc. and importantly, an unobstructed line-of-sight ahead of him.

I saw one of them easily carrying a nearly-four-feet pile of odd-shaped packages without any fear of dropping. Could be imaginatively adapted for a variety of load-carrying scenarios – though certainly not for back-bending jobs like carrying sacks of rice!

 

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Design or Decoration

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Source: via Justin Baker at medium.muz.li

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Mike Shipluski

 

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Source: shipluski.com

 

 

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