Being on break and all, I don’t have too much to share in the library and information science realms. However, I did read a great article yesterday (with an equally interesting follow-up piece today) that I thought I’d share: Josh Porter talks about making the design process transparent and how that can benefit an organization, not just design-wise but in other ways as well. While I don’t have a lot of control over process in my current work situation, I am definitely gathering ideas and forming a general design and process philosophy to perhaps implement some day. Porter offers a lot of food for thought, and his site Bokardo, has become a must-read for me since one of my professors introduced it to me. If you’re intrigued by the idea of an open design process, the follow-up post is also worth checking out.