The aim of this article is to explore the possibility of designing from the perspective of care. The article addresses the concept of care throughout the history of design for well-being. The text illustrates the principal concepts of the ethics of care and applies them to the philosophy of design. Vulnerability is considered an indispensable moral position to design from care, and narration is considered a design method from the care philosophy point of view. In addition, the article offers examples of designers with a conception consistent with the ethics of care. Through various examples of designers, this article discusses what it would mean to think from the perspective of care in the field of design.