There are divergent things happening in the product and interaction design community. On one hand, we have some amazing pieces of writing from the likes of Ryan Singer and Julie Zhuo, moving our craft forward.
Think Jar Collective founder Ben Weinlick interviews creativity expert Tamara Christensen about Design Thinking and how it might help foster innovation (the biggest obstacle to understanding Design Thinking is to treat it as a a series of steps that...
As Pentagrams Michael Bierut argues designers are too often trained to think simply about the design itself and not what it means or what its hoping... (BEIRUT argues PORTFOLIO vs PROCESS; GENERALISTS win.
It is said that most any prediction will come true if we wait long enough. Steve Jobs was credited with being uniquely prophetic in his lifetime (though he played a hand in making his prophecies come true, so is that prophecy, or good marketing?
creativemornings: “ Design is a process to solve challenges. A powerful slide by Chris Glass from his May talk at CreativeMornings/Cincinnati. Watch the talk. ” (Photo: creativemornings: Design is a process to solve challenges.
Unrestricted creativity. I have been freelancing for 8 years and my design process is dialed in. I know my streamlined steps to walk a branding/logo client from point A, client questionnaire, to point B, final hand off.
Design thinking concepts have been gaining a lot of importance in recent times due to its ubiquitous application possibilities. It has helped transform products, services and experiences alike in a range of industries including ...
The process is the sediment, the deep root system where we store up knowledge over time. (The Manual is always a great source for thinking about design outside of the box. With a great essay by @wilsonminer.
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