Asking better questions
As we build.
How might we ask better questions?
Ones that pay closer attention to our spatial context?
Allowing us to think in stories. Creating shared narratives that are attune to our environments, not separated from them.
Giving ourselves time to reflect. Recognising the influence that our decisions may have on the future.Practicing an appreciation of time. Seeking to avoid errors that have been made before during periods of transition.
Through asking better questions we can become better connected to and part of our surroundings.
What are the lessons that we can glean from earlier shifts in technology? What are some of the key features that helped to give the internet utility and provided access to information?
How might we recognise the relevance of spatial context, with out letting it curtail the muscle of imagination? This is linked to giving customers what they need, not what they think they want. Human beings are inherent irrational. To do this though we need to ask better questions to shape our imagination in ways that are valuable and meaningful to the communities we are seeking to serve.