Is everybody a designer? A question that many would have denied in the middle of 20th century. Yet a hundred years later the fusion of the digital and analogue has completely reversed the outlook on this topic. Though designers and artists were the first to realize these changes it really became apparent when the first neuro-network-simulation interfaces were commercially available that not only everybody could be an artist if they felt like it but also a surgeon, a judge or a farmer. It wasn’t a question of certificates but a question of expertise.