I have realized that the designers skills are expanding with technology at an alarming rate; and wonder how design education will adapt. Even the definition of graphic design is changing. Does a graphic designer combines art and technology to communicate? Throughout my career I have been amazed how current education models seem to create designers who are afraid of technology, a man vs. machine mentality enforcing the print vs. web battle. The seemingly destructive technological convergence is nevertheless changing the market and industry. Information is the common product and that impacts design. With so many devices, view-ports, audiences, professions, and technologies coming together designers need to have and are expected to have a lot of technological know how. I see graphic design becoming a very technical field of art and collaboration that will require a great deal of change.