The showcase of designers from diverse fields in the Indian Design Magazine ‘Pool’, is a testament to the pioneering spirit of this country’s designers, who are not afraid to push their designs in to the global and local markets both technically and aesthetically but also strongly value and respect the traditional history of their crafts people and include their influences. I think I would like my buddy to keep this duality of tradition and modernity in balance.
In the last post we looked at Nike and the first principle wof successful innovation built around contextual user experiences. These experiences are centered around a particular offering, service or...
Julie Cook's insight:
The second pillar in creating innovation is to include and study all the relevant systems.
Design Anthropology in its many guises has paved the way for an environment where mutual learning can take place, where the user is being engaged and allowed to interact in familiar terrain, the ethnographer is allowed to be involved in the reality of what really happens in a practice and the designer is given the opportunity to continuously create prototypes based on real user experience.
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