You’ve got to stay naïve. At least if you want to innovate. If you want to develop a new product and approach consumers with a real problem-solving proposition then, yes, be naïve. Sound counterintuitive to you?
Patheos (blog) 7QT: Beautifully Built Things Patheos (blog) At Stanford's Hasso Plattner Institute of Design (aka the d.school), educators developed a workshop called the Wallet Project — a 90-minute exercise for introducing non-designers to design...
A new material may transform computers, cell phones, and cancer treatments—if we can just figure out how to use it. John Colapinto reports.
Paula King, Ph.D.'s insight:
Such an interesting article about the new material graphene and how hard it is to translate it into products. Also, a nice summary of other innovations and how long they took to be transformed in to useful products.
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