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What I Learned About Design from Travel in Japan

Small improvements and thoughtful details lead to highly efficient and accessible cities

Photo: Photography by Bert.Design/Getty Images

WWhile traveling in Tokyo and Osaka in December 2016, I came across a few little instances of design that struck me as being particularly well thought out. These well-designed experiences might seem simple and easy to miss or take for…




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Teo Yu Siang (he/him)

Sr product designer based in Singapore. I like to write.

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