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World Design Rankings 2010-2016, los países mejor valorados

World Design Rankings 2010-2016, los países mejor valorados | Managing Technology and Talent for Learning & Innovation | Scoop.it

"World Design Rankings, el listado que destaca los países mejor valorados en torno al diseño, ha dado a conocer su última actualización que comprende el período 2010-2016. Para establecer el escalafón, los países no se unen de manera individual si no están representados por los diseñadores galardonados con el A’ Design Award and Competition, los premios internacionales que anualmente destacan los mejores trabajos de diseñadores, arquitectos y empresas en una amplia gama de categorías relacionadas con diferentes conceptos del diseño. Esta tabla clasificatoria ofrece información acerca de cuáles son los campos de diseño con mayor popularidad o quiénes son los diseñadores, arquitectos, artistas, estudios o agencias mejor valorados. Un total de 83 países componen el World Design Rankings en cuyos primeros 11 puestos se encuentran: Estados Unidos, Turquía, Hong Kong, Italia, China, Gran Bretaña, Japón, Brasil, Alemania, Grecia y España."

Carlos Fosca's insight:

Cuando será el día en que Perú pueda aparecer también en este ranking. 

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How To Practice Good Design

How To Practice Good Design | Managing Technology and Talent for Learning & Innovation | Scoop.it

"I love design and startup and I firmly believe magical companies emerge when these two meet, e.g. Braun, Apple, Airbnb, Medium, YouTube, Square, and Nest. The critical mass of combined business, design and technical skills have made these companies incredibly successful.

But I always feel people overcomplicate design with their multiple principles and frameworks. Design should be simple, replicable and top of mind in a startup. At Mammoth we think of design as a state of mind, a simple yet creative approach to a problem. It’s how we think we will empathize with our users and unearth unarticulated opportunities. This is how we approach it." Ashish Krishna (@specx)

 

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70 Great Design Collaboration Tools

70 Great Design Collaboration Tools | Managing Technology and Talent for Learning & Innovation | Scoop.it
As more design work is being done remotely, having access to efficient design collaboration tools is important. Here's a list of 70 great tools.
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Design can lead to exceptional returns for shareholders

Design can lead to exceptional returns for shareholders | Managing Technology and Talent for Learning & Innovation | Scoop.it
It used to be about “us” and “them.” “Us” were the people who believed that design could add significant value when tightly integrated with other business processes.  “Them” were the majority of managers who didn’t get what design was all about in...
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Data Visualization & Information Design: One Learner's Perspective

This is my first slide deck designed to share. It reflects a summary and applied practice of some basic lessons learned about data visualization and information

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Linda Allen's comment, August 26, 2013 1:42 PM
Excellent advice and steps to follow for enticing presentations.
Lee Hall's curator insight, August 29, 2013 3:23 PM

Teachers, please take a few minutes to see these slides.

Clive Hilton's curator insight, September 28, 2013 6:41 AM

Sometimes it's worth just going back to the basics. And this is one of those times. My students - yes you, Team! - take note, please.

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Presentation Design Trends 2015

Check out the most important presentation design trends in 2015. These Presentation design trends are perfect for Presenters of all skill levels.


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Baiba Svenca's curator insight, June 24, 2015 2:01 AM

Presentation design trends in 2015 according to SketchBubble.