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Joshua

This documentary does not allow for any sort of introspection into how citizens can become involved within a design-oriented context. I am also bothered by how little we see designers outside of San Francisco, and feel that the intended audience is meant to simply convey the same information ...Read more

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Anonymous

Lost opportunity to articulate the notion of design thinking. So many influential figures, so little content.

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Joe

A little meandering. Could do a lot better showing diverse designers too.

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