Waiting (on) Design



Waiting can be perceived as wasting time, generally a negative experience that can involve stress, discomfort, irritation and anxiousness. In a more automated instantaneous world, our expectations can shift, creating more acute reactions to waiting. While waiting is a constant element in the human existence, our perception of waiting and our response to it are varied.

In the world people are trying to design to incrementally and substantially change the amount of waiting we do in life. However, as much as we may try. I believe that we may never get rid of waiting. I think that waiting needs a connotation change rather than an eradication.


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