When we think of a designer’s toolkit, a vision of pens, pencils, markers, post-it’s, or software might come to mind. But there’s more to design than just putting pen to paper, or pixels on a screen. There are tools that help designers structure their thinking, create focus, or break free of their biases or constraints of their prior personal experience. These are the kinds of tools we’re going to talk about today. Well, not just the tools, but a community built around learning, experimenting, and sharing experiences with these tools. This is part two of my conversation with Stephen P. Anderson, creator of The Mighty Minds Club.