To roam is to search for something new. On local trails, in my hometown or half way around the world in places I have never been. On a mountain-bike you can cover a great distance in a short period of time or a short distance in a great period of time.
It made me believe that the journey is more important than the destination. In mountain-biking there is no destination!
I believe this philosophy also applies to design, education and even life itself. Being a design teacher, I get the chance to guide my students during their journeys.
To roam in design and education creates opportunities to discover new and unexpected ideas, visions and concepts.
Never travel in a straight line. ROAM!