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In my latest podcast episode, I interviewed Scott Witthoft, who shared an expanded view of what it means to prototype. I’ve written extensively about design thinking but his latest book This is a Prototype? challenged my thinking while also providing several new strategies I plan to use.

Scott Witthoft smiling and the words "Scott Witthoft and the curious craft of prototyping"Listen to the Podcast

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About Scott Witthoft

Scott Witthoft works as an educator, designer, and author. Drawing from his past life in the practice of forensic structural engineering, he incorporates that expertise with current pursuits in space, furniture, and product design—teaching & speaking widely. He is co-author of the book, Make Space — a tool for creating collaborative environments. He is also the author of This is a Prototype? He has also authored articles for the Conference Board and Harvard Business Review. His work has been featured in The Design Museum and publications such as Fast Company, Architecture and Urbanism, and Metropolis.

John Spencer

My goal is simple. I want to make something each day. Sometimes I make things. Sometimes I make a difference. On a good day, I get to do both.More about me

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