Flow Design is a new paradigm for the design of experiences and organizations, based on the principles of Movement and Connectedness. We all associate movement with success, health and with life itself, and we are learning that connectedness has two way power, benefitting both the individual connections and the connected whole. And yet most experiences and most organizations are designed using the exact opposite principles. Workers in cubicles, patients in waiting rooms, students in classrooms, shoppers in check-out lines, travelers at airports and hotels, commuters at toll booths, and on and on, are subjected to immobilization and isolation for most of the day, every day. This happens not just to us but to animals as well and to resources of all types including information, product, money, energy etc. I have created Flow Design to bring attention to this near universal problem and to provide designers with an alternative, one that can deliver dramatically better outcomes for all involved.