Rather than use this conclusion to simply sum up and reiterate the key points from previous chapters, I want to use it to look at three aspects more broadly; the need for interdisciplinarity and collaboration; the potential of design and the geo/graphic approach; and how we might look to the future in relation to the use of creative methods in the context of the understanding and representation of everyday life and place. As we have seen, geographers are collaborating with artists in particular, and much interesting work is being done in relation to the use of creative methods, and indeed, collaborative and interdisciplinary approaches are becoming the norm in many contexts. Currently, this increase in, and emphasis on, interdisciplinarity is being driven by the realisation that many of the problems we face in the world are complex and are more often than not affected by multiple causes, and thus need to be understood from multiple perspectives before a solution might be developed.