We’re on the cusp of an epoch of unprecedented change. This is the reason why *DesignIntelligence* is exploring the trends transforming the design professions, our industry, and our cities. There is also increasing angst from client groups about the prospects for their future business models.
Based on what we have learned and what we see on the horizon for further change, we are more motivated than ever to encourage people, firms, faculties, corporations, and foundations to invest more in design education. It is in design education that the return on investment is certain to be rewarded.
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