This is a project I’ve been working on for quite a while… Every time I come across a new creative problem solving (CPS) method, I map it out with the rest of my collection. I’ve adapted the standard CPS process for use at Idea Sandbox. Pictured are what I’ve gathered as of 1 Sept 2011. You may download this table ...
Ivana McConnell discusses how designers or developers looking to learn the other discipline can easily become intimidated and confused about where to begin, no matter how many initiatives and resources are out there.
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