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Liz Danzico on Designing for Serendipity

In “The Design of Serendipity Is Not by Chance” appearing in the latest Interactions, Liz Danzico asks: “Technology may be increasing the opportunity for specificity, but is it decreasing our chances for serendipity?” With more apps and gadgets to help the modern man navigate through the multilayered information-terrains of urbanity, Danzico emphasizes value of accidental discoveries and how designers might “design for chance.”

Museum of the Phantom City: OtherFutures allows users to browse visionary designs for New York City on their phones. It is a public art project designed by Cheng+Snyder with support from the Van Alen Institute New York Prize Fellowship.

Museum of the Phantom City: OtherFutures allows users to browse visionary designs for New York City on their phones. It is a public art project designed by Cheng+Snyder with support from the Van Alen Institute New York Prize Fellowship.

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