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Cognitive Overhead, Dieter Rams & Extreme Users for your UX | TechCrunch

Cognitive Overhead, Dieter Rams & Extreme Users for your UX | TechCrunch | design thinking for innovation by education | Scoop.it

Why Your Product Isn’t As Simple As You Think

Ever heard of Cognitive Overhead ?

“How many logical connections or jumps your brain has to make in order to understand or contextualize the thing you’re looking at.”-- David Demaree

Test it on extreme users !

"The very young and the very old are even more sensitive to cognitive overhead, as their brains aren’t accustomed to the sort of logical leaps our products sometimes require. Grandparents and children make great cognitive overhead detectors.

When you can’t find old or young people, drunk people are a good approximation."


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Jack-of-all-trades but Master-of-none syndrom ? 

 

"By trying to appeal to everyone and adding features left, right and centre, you actually dilute your message and could end up with a complex, bloated product." -- Lack of Focus, one of the 10 common mistakes startups make in their UX, more on NetMagazine http://bit.ly/NediAj

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Apprendre à l'ère numérique

Apprendre à l'ère numérique | design thinking for innovation by education | Scoop.it

Après avoir défini les contours d'un modèle de pédagogie ouverte et hybride, je propose aujourd'hui d'explorer les grandes ruptures que l'ère numérique provoque en terme d'apprentissages.


Via Franck Rykaczewski, CDI Clg Capeyron, Marcel Lebrun
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Véronique D's curator insight, January 6, 5:14 AM

Article en date du 21 mai 2013

Philippe-Didier Gauthier's curator insight, January 6, 4:37 PM

#apprenance  Une réfléxion schématique, un peu réductrice mais qui met en valeur les différences. Pour ce qui est du dernier point, le changement de cadre épistémologique ne me semble pas si évident qu'il est présenté ici. Mais cela donne à réflechir !

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les grandes ruptures que l'ère numérique provoque en terme d'apprentissages

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How to recognize Design Thinkers

How to recognize Design Thinkers | design thinking for innovation by education | Scoop.it

Since R. Martin and others hijacked the term ‘designthinking’, there is an ongoing division in litterature.


The dispute on what design thinking is started when people understood that ‘design thinking’ is not strictly a designers thing, but also can be applied to e.g., management.

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Another great post from TeamCognition's Guido Stompff, on the dispute for design thinking ownership, a designer's thing or a management strategy ?


By underlining characteristics from practionners, he reunites both worlds in a great overview of a Design Thinker's mind.  


More awesomeness at http://teamcognition.org/

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Rethinking Design Thinking - Core77

Rethinking Design Thinking - Core77 | design thinking for innovation by education | Scoop.it
Industrial Design content and community site - articles, discussions, interviews and resources.
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La suite tant attendue à l'essai "Design Thinking : A Useful Myth", d'une grande pertinence sur la relation design & design thinking.

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Executive Guide to Design Thinking | Mariposa Leadership

Executive Guide to Design Thinking | Mariposa Leadership | design thinking for innovation by education | Scoop.it

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Great executive guide : a short essay on how to implement it (in a very easy and low-jargon way) in your company, with excerpt from interesting previous Wise Talk, by the way, do not miss Roger Martin's one on march 21st !

 

http://www.mariposaleadership.com/wise-talk/

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Fred Zimny's curator insight, March 8, 2013 12:00 AM

BRAND NEW!  Mariposa Leadership is thrilled to bring you excerpts from Design Thinking experts!  Sue Bethanis kicks it off with Leader as Designer, an essay on how leaders can utilize Design Thinking  to move from idea-to-innovation. The ensuing 12 chapters are outlines from Sue’s 2012 Wise Talk interviews. The summaries include each guest’s insights, what we found most interesting, and some practical tools.

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Science of LEGO Serious Play (LSP)

Science of SP bro 28/01/02 10:27 Side 2 The Science of LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY™

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Lego Serious Play, the theory. 

 

" Learning happens especially well when we actively construct something external to us"

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Patrizia Bertini's curator insight, January 5, 2013 12:21 PM

The cre ideas, research, and experience that went into designing the LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY™ concepts

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What Are The Least Understood Innovation Tools ?

What Are The Least Understood Innovation Tools ? | design thinking for innovation by education | Scoop.it

Think about it, innovation is an emerging field. Therefore, at any given time, new tools are being developed, tested and refined in response to new kinds of problems, advances in technology, or as older methods are upgraded or mothballed.


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Frog Creates An Open-Source Guide To Design Thinking - Co.Design

Frog Creates An Open-Source Guide To Design Thinking - Co.Design | design thinking for innovation by education | Scoop.it

Co.DesignFrog Creates An Open-Source Guide To Design ThinkingCo.DesignBrainstorming, whether you believe in it or shun it, is a fantastic neologism.


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No use crying over how it : how to DEAL with disruption?

No use crying over how it : how to DEAL with disruption? | design thinking for innovation by education | Scoop.it

How to deal with disruption in your sector? Lessons from Clay Christensen of The Innovator’s Dilemma and The Innovator’s Solution. 

 

Les arguments pour convaincre de la nécéssité d'innover dans un secteur en plein renouveau, surtout en position de leadership a priori peu inquieté (pour l'instant).  

 

 


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If you can’t explain what you do in one paragraph, you’ve got a problem

If you can’t explain what you do in one paragraph, you’ve got a problem | design thinking for innovation by education | Scoop.it

I strongly believe that a founder should be able to explain what they do in one paragraph. I’m not a believer in the “one sentence mashup approach” (e.g. “We are like Pinterest + Groupon + Facebook for dogs”). Rather, I like three sentences:

(1) what we do,

(2) how we do it to, and 

3) why you should care.

 

Sometimes this can be two sentences, sometimes four, but never more than a paragraph.

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misfit economy : pirates & innovation — Makeshift Magazine

misfit economy : pirates & innovation — Makeshift Magazine | design thinking for innovation by education | Scoop.it
Recently we visited the office of an old friend at a young Silicon Valley start-up. It didn’t take long to spot the first pirate flag—the skull and bones banner that has come to symbolize the renegade attitude of the Valley’s tech disruptors.
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"Le design doit être au coeur de la politique industrielle"

"Le design doit être au coeur de la politique industrielle" | design thinking for innovation by education | Scoop.it

A l'occasion de Paris design week, Fleur Pellerin, ministre chargée des PME, de l’innovation et de l’économie numérique a insisté sur le rôle crucial du design dans la performance commerciale des entreprises françaises.

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Salman Khan : Utilisons les vidéos pour réinventer l'éducation | Video on TED.com

TED Talks Salman Khan parle du pourquoi et du comment de la création de la remarquable Khan Academy, une collection soigneusement structurée de vidéos éducatives qui offrent un programme complet en mathématiques, et, maintenant, dans d'autres...
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“We need to rethink higher education” – An interview with Professor Meinel, CEO of the Hasso Plattner Institute

“We need to rethink higher education” – An interview with Professor Meinel, CEO of the Hasso Plattner Institute | design thinking for innovation by education | Scoop.it

"As part of our “Future of Education” initiative at SAP, John Mayerhofer and I had the honor to speak with Prof. Dr. Meinel about the thinking behind the new openHPI platform, and get his personal perspective on how the education industry is being transformed by the smart use of new technologies. "

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"powerpoint the idea" cartoon | Tom Fishburne: Marketoonist

"powerpoint the idea" cartoon | Tom Fishburne: Marketoonist | design thinking for innovation by education | Scoop.it
We all know the IDEO maxim, “Fail Faster, Succeed Sooner”. Rapid prototyping is a key principle of successful innovation. The sooner we make prototypes, the sooner we figure out what works, what doesn’t, and what to make in the next prototype.

Yet marketers are quicker to PowerPoint than to prototype. We spend more time on two-by-two matrixes and venn diagrams talking about ideas than actually making ideas happen.


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Cognitive Overhead, Dieter Rams & Extreme Users for your UX | TechCrunch

Cognitive Overhead, Dieter Rams & Extreme Users for your UX | TechCrunch | design thinking for innovation by education | Scoop.it

Why Your Product Isn’t As Simple As You Think

Ever heard of Cognitive Overhead ?

“How many logical connections or jumps your brain has to make in order to understand or contextualize the thing you’re looking at.”-- David Demaree

Test it on extreme users !

"The very young and the very old are even more sensitive to cognitive overhead, as their brains aren’t accustomed to the sort of logical leaps our products sometimes require. Grandparents and children make great cognitive overhead detectors.

When you can’t find old or young people, drunk people are a good approximation."


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Jack-of-all-trades but Master-of-none syndrom ? 

 

"By trying to appeal to everyone and adding features left, right and centre, you actually dilute your message and could end up with a complex, bloated product." -- Lack of Focus, one of the 10 common mistakes startups make in their UX, more on NetMagazine http://bit.ly/NediAj

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Einstein's Problem-Solving Formula, And Why You're Doing It All Wrong

Einstein's Problem-Solving Formula, And Why You're Doing It All Wrong | design thinking for innovation by education | Scoop.it
While Einstein said he had no special talent aside from being passionately curious (and being possibly the smartest person ever), he also knew how to make time for insight--a skill that's scarce in our present cult of stimulation.

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De l'équilibre entre penser et faire. Nous observons de notre côté que la culture française est différente, face à un problème le réflexe est plutôt d'aller vers la réflexion (voir la critique) que vers l'action, mais nous pêchons tout autant dans une volonté d'efficacité, et laissons peu de place à la profondeur qui permet la pertinence.
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Ernesto Sirolli: Want to help someone? Shut up and listen! | Video on TED.com

When most well-intentioned aid workers hear of a problem they think they can fix, they go to work. This, Ernesto Sirolli suggests, is naïve.
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Empathy, pertinence, multidisciplinary teams, an amazingly humorous talk on entrepreneur support, this is the design thinking mindset we want to kindle ! 

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Creative Legend George Lois on Ideas as the Product of Discovery, Not Creation

Creative Legend George Lois on Ideas as the Product of Discovery, Not Creation | design thinking for innovation by education | Scoop.it
Lois reflects on the combinatorial nature of creativity and echoes insights we’ve already heard from other great creators — the power of cultivating a personal microculture, the idea that to invent is to choose, the importance of “being-in-the-world-ness,” the notion that to create is to discover and connect rather than “invent” out of thin air.
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"I don’t think I create anything. I’m really serious — I discover the ideas." 


Et toute découverte est le fruit d'une bonne inspiration par l'exploration !

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Why the Best Designers are also Facilitators | UX Magazine

Why the Best Designers are also Facilitators | UX Magazine | design thinking for innovation by education | Scoop.it

Having finely tuned facilitation skills is necessary for anyone who is ready to take the leap from producing work for projects to leading those projects. Gaining these skills pushes you towards a tipping point where your vision and expertise becomes a driving force that can help propel you to that next career opportunity.


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Fawn Canady's curator insight, March 31, 2013 12:31 AM

I filed this under my ed tech curation because we encourage others to try something new, a little outside of the box.  Uncharted territory, this is. 

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12 Principles Of Mobile Learning

12 Principles Of Mobile Learning | design thinking for innovation by education | Scoop.it

"As learning practices and technology tools change, mobile learning itself will continue to evolve. For 2013, the focus is on a variety of challenges, from how learners access content to how the idea of a “curriculum” is defined."


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Recrutement et Innovation : Évitons les équipes de clones !

Recrutement et Innovation : Évitons les équipes de clones ! | design thinking for innovation by education | Scoop.it
Les derniers billets nous ont montré combien l'innovation est une affaire d'équipe et de personnes brillantes, combien l'entreprise doit être agile...
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Innovation: it is about teams, stupid!

Innovation: it is about teams, stupid! | design thinking for innovation by education | Scoop.it

"In our modern Western society we esteem individuals, above all when it comes to disruptive creativity. Great movies are made by one director. Scientific breakthroughs  have one discoverer. Brilliant works of art are attributed to one artist. And the success of Apple is the vision of one man. It is all about extremely talented individuals. But things turn out to be different if one studies people in their natural habitat."

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FabLab. La nouvelle révolution industrielle

FabLab. La nouvelle révolution industrielle | design thinking for innovation by education | Scoop.it

Après l’internet et le numérique qui ont bouleversé la distribution traditionnelle, quelque chose est en train d’arriver qui pourrait révolutionner la conception, l’industrie et la production : les fab labs.


Contraction de Fabrication Laboratory, ou laboratoire de fabrication, les fab Labs sont des lieux de fabrication numérique équipés de machines-outils pilotées par ordinateur. Ils permettent à chacun, quel que soit son niveau de connaissance préalable, de produire rapidement et à la demande toute sorte d’objets, même de hautes technologies, habillement, au meuble voire même une voiture !
En utilisant des logiciels libres et les nouvelles technologies, le coût de production de ces objets peut avoisiner 1 % de leur prix sur le marché.


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Design & Thinking Official Trailer

OFFICIAL WEBSITE: http://designthinkingmovie.com

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Monica Gutiérrez's curator insight, February 26, 4:54 PM

#designthinking #video #eduPLEmooc