Good People Behave, Bad People Design. Misbehaving as a Methodological Framework for Design and Design Education

Abstract : What happens when unwanted or unexpected attitudes infiltrate design processes, artifacts and uses? This paper focuses on misbehaving as part of the paradigm of design research that explores new ways to think our objects, spaces and interactions. We built upon a mosaic of case-studies and conceptual inputs to identify how “misbehaving attitudes” may operate within contexts informed by habitus, norms, regulations, standards, protocols, procedures, and/or laws. The hypothesis of this in-progress research is that these attitudes should be considered as potential methodological approaches that can enrich and extend the most “classical” practices of design. To put it forthright: can “misbehaving” approaches in design enhance the practices of design? To conclude, this paper will discuss how “misbehaving” in design education could foster the “critical thinking” advocated in numerous curriculums (Combs, Cennamo & Newbill, 2009; Finn, Baum & Newbill, 2011; Ministère de l’Enseignement Supérieur et de la Recherche, 2012; etc.).
Keywords : misbehaving design
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IASDR, 2015, Brisbane, Australia. 2015
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Tiphaine Kazi-Tani, Emeline Brulé, Frédéric Valentin, Cédric Mivielle, Justé Peciulyté. Good People Behave, Bad People Design. Misbehaving as a Methodological Framework for Design and Design Education. IASDR, 2015, Brisbane, Australia. 2015. 〈hal-01246058〉

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