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Like the word “writing,” the word “design” encompasses an array of activities from the everyday to the highly specialized. “Big D” design ranges from the business plans and systems of “design thinking” to the “design sciences,” which include engineering and human-computer interaction, to the cultural critique and speculative provocations of “critical design.”

Digital_Humanities, p. 12

Writing—as trivial as jotting down a groceries list, posting a memo, or writing a personal message—is also the space of choice for intellectual activity, in which design constitutes another extension.

Digital Humanities => writing++ ?