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Welcome to the d.school’s Virtual Crash Course resource page! We know not everyone can make a trip the d.school to experience how we teach design thinking. So, we created this online version of one of our most frequently sought after learning tools. Using the video, handouts, and facilitation tips below, we will take you step by step through the process of hosting or participating in a 90 minute design challenge. We invite you to join this prototype! Since we’re just at the beginning of this distance learning adventure, things may feel a little rough around the edges.
Social-media-watchers are ablaze lately with the news: Pinterest appears to be THE next hot tool. While Slate ’s Farhad Manjoo gave a not-meant-for-me review of the tool (his article title, “Cupcakes, Boots and Shirtless Jake Gyllenhaal” , says it all), Pinterest’s numbers are indeed exploding. The site hit 10 million monthly unique visitors faster than any site ever , and it’s responsible for more referral-traffic than Google+, YouTube and LinkedIn combined . Clearly those are stats worth paying attention to. But who should be using Pinterest , and for what exactly? More crucially, how can Pinterest feed the ever-ravenous maw of color- and design fandom, whether you lead an entourage for your own work or dig the design work of others?
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For those that are interested in finding out more about design thinking, the following are list of books, articles, blogs, videos, and programs related to design thinking, curated by the members of d.thinking Ponts Paristech. We will continue to update the list as we discover more content Books Change by Design: How Design Thinking Transforms Organizations and Inspires Innovation by Tim Brown IDEO CEO Tim Brown "introduces the idea of design thinking‚ the collaborative process by which the designer′s sensibilities and methods are employed to match people′s needs not only with what is technically feasible and a viable business strategy." (from Amazon) The Design of Business: Why Design Thinking is the Next Competitive Advantage by Roger Martin Roger Martin, dean of the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto explains how design can help companies be more innovative and shares many successful cases, most prominently P&G.
Posted by core jr | 7 Jul 2011 | Comments (2) A group of four young Taiwanese designers have embarked on quite a mission: to speak to advocates of design thinking and document it's expanding influence on the way we live and interact with the world. So far, they've interviewed Bill Moggridge (Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum), Dan Formosa (co-founder Smart Design), George Bylerian (Material ConneXion), Paul Pangaro (Cybernetic Lifestyles), Richard Grefé (AIGA), Roger Martin (Rotman School of Management), and Susan Szenasy ( Metropolis Magazine) and Angela Yeh (YehIDeology). Help them finish their film by donating financially or, if you're more musically inclined, donate a song for the soundtrack. Watch the trailer for the film after the jump and check out their KICKSTARTER !
Posted by venessa miemis on Thursday, January 14, 2010 · 91 Comments If you’re a businessperson or someone interested in understanding how to facilitate innovation, you’ve probably heard of “design thinking” by now. Coined by IDEO’s David Kelley, the term refers to a set of principles, from mindset to process, that can be applied to solve complex problems. I’ve seen articles lately ranging from those that highlight its potential, [ Design Thinking for Social Innovation , How does design thinking give companies a competitive advantage? ] to those that warn of it’s impending failure as a practice [ Why Design Thinking Won't Save You , The Coming Boom and Bust of Design Thinking ]. I’ve been eager to enter into the conversation, especially because some of the arguments around the topic don’t make sense to me and I wanted to know why.
Nigel Cross is the Professor of Design Studies at the Open University based in Milton Keynes, UK. He is a leading thinker in the design research and the design education communities. His latest book, Designerly Ways of Knowing showcases his ideas on what designers do when they do design and promotes Design as a discipline like Science or Arts. SONALKAR: Can you tell us something about how your interest in design and studying design developed? CROSS: Yes, certainly.
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