By Valerie Armstrong—I believe design can be a force for good, an opportunity to make things better. The Community Centered Design method my colleagues and I use with clients is built on the idea that the people closest to a problem have the best solution. Yet, I’ve been thinking a lot about how designer bias and blind spots can affect our outcomes. As designers, how do we ensure our work truly creates an opportunity to make things better — especially for those at the margins?

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