As designers of interactive systems, we are increasingly asked to better understand what people value. At the core is the deeper question: What does it mean to be human? Understanding what makes us human influences how we design and what we design. It also places at the center of our thinking that the world we inhabit is always changing. Who we are and what we value never stay the same. One way to expand this understanding is to look at the stories we tell about ourselves. We craft these stories through the things we preserve and pass on: objects…
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