What tools are relevant for shaping the future?
What frontiers need to be addressed in design education?
Product Design and Interaction Design of ArtEZ Arnhem showcased Uncertainty Studios during Dutch Design Week 2014. Uncertainty studios is a continuing collaboration leading through research and laboratory work within the area’s of programming, craftsmanship, science, electronics, food and biodesign. In the Dutch Design week the showcase will investigate into physical and digital gestures, information design and material development.

Traditionally design is defined in terms of materiality, identity and function. Nowadays the scope of design includes other realms such as processes, services, social relations and information. Consequently this transition has influenced our understanding of design and the (research) methods in design education. This process offers new ways to investigate the strength of design. It offers a common ground for students to collaborate together and accordingly explore the new frontiers in design, wherein unknown matters are excepted.