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contents introduction pp How to Use This Book unlock ideas pp Case Study: Using Materials for Inspiration study, prototype, test pp Journey through the Design Process pp Identify the Problem pp Widen the problem pp Field Research pp Brainstorm with materials pp Get Inspired pp Sketch pp Prototype and test know your values pp Questions: Why Design? pp Sustainability pp Biomimicry pp Education pp Multifunctionality and Simplicity pp Accessibility pp Social responsibility think with materials pp Visual Glossary: Everyday Uses and Inspiring Experiments pp Cardboard, corrugated pp Cardboard, non-corrugated pp Clay pp Concrete pp Fabric, stretch/knit pp Fabric, non-woven pp Fabric, woven pp Felt, sheet pp Felt, shaped pp Foam, closed cell pp Foam, open cell pp Glass pp Honeycomb structures pp Inflatables pp Leather pp Mesh pp Mesh, diamond pp Paper pp Paper Pulp, molded. pp Plastic, bio pp Plastic film pp Plastic, molded pp Plastic sheet pp Rod, composite pp Rod, metal pp Rod, wooden pp Rod, as a structural member pp Rope/cable pp Rope/yarn pp Rubber pp Metal, sheet pp Tube pp Webbing pp Wire pp Wood pp Wood, plywood and veneer make it real pp Turning Prototypes into Products pp Refine and Develop pp Protect pp Produce pp Communicate and Present pp Sell pp acknowledgments pp bibliography pp index
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