Reset mindset frees us

Understanding, expecting even, that we can move freely and still "reset" when desired encourages innovation

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This is a picture I took while visiting the at Stanford. I was struck by the implicit expectation that furniture be manipulated to suit the users, but also understood that it would ultimately be left in order, anticipating another, different user, with different problems and different needs. #empathy #innovation


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Second Emma's sentiment on your "Reset mindset" idea! It's one of my favorite from the Discover phase, and I'd love to build it up in the next phase. How might we design practices/rituals or physical space that supports pressing a reset button? It can be simple or crazy (or both!), and I'm really excited to continue the discussion!

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