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Design thinking for business innovation

Design thinking for business innovation

Intro programming for digital artists About the Course The course, lecture, and examples build on each other to teach the fundamentals of programming in general (logic, loops, functions, objects, classes) and also deals with advanced topics including multi-threading, events and signals. Throughout the course, students create meaningful and rewarding expressive digital “instruments” that make sound and music in direct response to program logic. Course Syllabus WEEK 1: Basics: Sound, Waves, and ChucK Programming WEEK 2: Libraries and Arrays WEEK 3: Sound File Manipulation WEEK 4: Functions WEEK 5: Unit Generators and Physical Models WEEK 6: Multi-Threading and Concurrency WEEK 7: Objects and Classes WEEK 8: Live Control: Keyboard, Mouse & MIDI Recommended Background This course was designed to teach a novice programmer (or an artist new to programming) how to code, but will be useful for more experienced programmers. Suggested Readings Course Format Will I get a Statement of Accomplishment after completing this class? Yes.

Innovation Through Design Thinking 03/16/2006 12:00 PM WongTimothy Brown, CEO, IDEODescription: Not so long ago, Tim Brown recounts, designers belonged to a "priesthood." Given an assignment, a designer would disappear into a back room, "bring the result out under a black sheet and present it to the client." Brown and his colleagues at IDEO, the company that brought us the first Apple Macintosh mouse, couldn't have traveled farther from this notion. At IDEO, a "design thinker" must not only be intensely collaborative, but "empathic, as well as have a craft to making things real in the world." Since design flavors virtually all of our experiences, from products to services to spaces, a design thinker must explore a "landscape of innovation" that has to do with people, their needs, technology and business. Brown dips into three central "buckets" in the process of creating a new design: inspiration, ideation and implementation. credit MIT World -- special events and lectures license MIT TechTV

Management 3.0 - /campus - Notre offre - Pyxis Mener des développeurs Agiles, développer des leaders Agiles. Fondé sur le livre à succès Management 3.0 de Jurgen Appelo, le cours de formation du même nom a été donné dans plus de quinze pays en 2011. Pyxis est fière d'être la toute première à offrir ce cours au Canada. Ayant rencontré François personnellement dans mon cours et discuté avec lui des différents défis et possibilités liés à la gestion d’organisations Agiles, je lui fais pleinement confiance. Objectifs Agir de façon optimale à titre de gestionnaire dans un contexte Agile;Connaître des outils et pratiques pour vous aider à devenir des leaders d’exception. Description L’Agilité amène son lot de nouveaux défis aux équipes de développement, mais aussi aux gestionnaires. Management 3.0 se distingue par la grande variété des thèmes traités. Ce que vous apprendrez : Information générale Durée : 2 jours Prix unitaire : Cliquez sur « Inscrire des participants en ligne » pour connaître le prix dans votre région. Galerie de photos

Design Thinking... What is That? To promote its new Athleisure Makeup line, Tarte partnered with social media "fitfluencers" to push the concept that "sporty is the new sexy." The campaign, titled Hustle & Glow, includes a beautifully produced video in which a woman wakes up in her spacious Malibu mansion and heads to the bathroom for a full beauty routine in preparation to . . . go on a solo run. The video was met with wide appreciation from Tarte fans (and nearly 80,000 YouTube views), with many saying it inspired them to get out there and look good on the asphalt (or sand). As athleisure becomes more than just a fashion trend, it’s extended into new, unexpected categories. In other words, yoga pants for your face. "These are high-maintenance products with a low-maintenance routine," says Tarte CMO Candace Craig Bulishak. Birchbox, the beauty e-tailer and subscription service, also noticed that their customers were among the women embracing the athleisure trend, says PR director Jenna Hilzenrath. More Than A Fad

BE101x Courseware Skip to this view's content Please enter your e-mail address below, and we will e-mail instructions for setting a new password. Help Have general questions about edX? Have a question about something specific? Report a problem Make a suggestion Ask a question Please note: The edX support team is English speaking. Thank you for your inquiry or feedback. We're Sorry, edX accounts are unavailable currently The following errors occurred while logging you in: Your email or password is incorrect Please provide the following information to log into your edX account. Required Information Account Preferences Creativity, Innovation and Chage This course empowers learners to develop their creative human potential to improve, enhance, and transform their businesses, communities, and personal lives. Processes like Intelligent Fast Failure will teach you rapid prototyping skills, while the Adaption-Innovation creative style spectrum will help you understand how and why your ideas are unique - and how you can work better with others to solve complex problems. Personal reflection tools like CENTER add a character development dimension to the course that is an important first step towards unlocking your creative potential. Joining the team are Dr. Follow us on Twitter @PSUCIC Like our Facebook Page hereJoin our Google+ community hereConnect with the community on LinkedIn here Time-frame: 8 weeks, starting in September 2013 Week 1: Creative Identity The Importance of FailureCreative DiversityEstablishing and Building Character Week 2: Idea Generation Ideation MethodsIdea JournalCreative Divergence Week 3: Idea Evaluation Adventurers.

Design Thinking for Educators Toolkit The Design Thinking for Educators Toolkit contains the process and methods of design adapted for the context of K–12 education. It offers new ways for educators to be intentional and collaborative as they design solutions for their schools, empowering educators to create impactful solutions for complex challenges. Teachers all over the globe are using it to create new solutions for their classrooms, schools and communities—using empathy to help develop curriculum, engaging students in helping to design their spaces and working with each other to create new tools and processes for school-based challenges. At IDEO, we’ve been using similar processes, methods and tools for years in tackling some dauntingly complex challenges. Visit the Design Thinking Toolkit for Educators site for stories, case studies, process outlines, engagement opportunities, and more.

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