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Social Design Toolkit

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The Social Design Toolkit is a guide for the community leader in Latin America who want to use post-colonial theory to help social designers understand how neoliberalism promotes unequal power dynamics.

 



 

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Design Thinking is more than a method. It´s a mindset. www.denkpionier.de
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How Design Thinking will fix Design Thinking

How Design Thinking will fix Design Thinking | DESIGN THINKING | methods & tools | Scoop.it
Design Thinking continues to be a hot topic (this article is one of many talking about it). Design Thinking has been hyped and even fetishized but there are also voices questioning its value, impact, and relevance. Design Thinking faces criticism for its lacking integration with business and compatibility with market reality. There are organizations that …
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Design Sprints by Jake Knapp at Mind the Product London 2017

Design Sprints allow you to get to the crux of your problem and explore a solution, quicker than other ways of working. It doesn’t give you a perfect solution…
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Creating Profit through Purpose (Davos 2017)


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THE LOOP, a short documentary about design thinking at IBM

THE LOOP, a short documentary about design thinking at IBM | DESIGN THINKING | methods & tools | Scoop.it
THE LOOP, chronicles the inspiring story of IBM’s design thinking transformation and how they overcame enterprise-level challenges to change their path for the future.
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Prototyping in Design Thinking: How to Avoid Six Common Pitfalls

Prototyping in Design Thinking: How to Avoid Six Common Pitfalls | DESIGN THINKING | methods & tools | Scoop.it
The Design Thinking process cannot be done without prototyping and testing. However, for companies or teams unfamiliar with the Design Thinking method, there might be some common mindsets about prototyping that potentially undermine its effectiveness in helping you craft the optimal design solutions. Let’s look at six of the most common misconceptions about prototyping, and how to combat each so that you can avoid these pitfalls and build better products or services. If you were not (or i
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Becoming a Lean Startup Guru - StartitUp

Becoming a Lean Startup Guru - StartitUp | DESIGN THINKING | methods & tools | Scoop.it
StartitUp is the Ultimate Startup Guide with step-by-step action items based on the Lean Startup, Growth Hacking, and great tips from startup experts. StartitUp's goal is to help startups build, grow, and get funded.

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User Experience and Experience Design

User Experience and Experience Design | DESIGN THINKING | methods & tools | Scoop.it
Marc Hassenzahl explains the fascinating concept of User Experience and Experience Design. Commentaries by Don Norman, Eric Reiss, Mark Blythe, and Whitney Hess
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Yes, Design Thinking Is Bullshit…And We Should Promote It Anyway

Yes, Design Thinking Is Bullshit…And We Should Promote It Anyway | DESIGN THINKING | methods & tools | Scoop.it
In her recent talk at 99U’s Conference in New York, Pentagram partner Natasha Jen throws some provocative thought-bombs at Design Thinking. I teach Design Thinking in places ranging from Fortune 500…
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Design Thinking Tools & Resources - The Accidental Design Thinker

Design Thinking Tools & Resources - The Accidental Design Thinker | DESIGN THINKING | methods & tools | Scoop.it
Curated collection of design thinking tools, resources, and literature.
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6 Laws of Customer Experience

6 Laws of Customer Experience | DESIGN THINKING | methods & tools | Scoop.it
6 Not-So-Secret Truths about Great Customer Experiences Think of them as the Six Commandments of Customer Servic

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6 key drivers Bruce Temkin shared back in 2014 - you can see how those fundamentals still apply today, do you agree?

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User Journey Vs User Flow – Differences & Similarities

User Journey Vs User Flow – Differences & Similarities | DESIGN THINKING | methods & tools | Scoop.it
What is the difference between User Journey & User Flow? How to create a user journey map? We will figure out these problems today within this article.
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Eight Ways To Transform Your Company's Innovation Culture

Eight Ways To Transform Your Company's Innovation Culture | DESIGN THINKING | methods & tools | Scoop.it
While we may be able to build up the capabilities of our innovation teams, every company must also transform its culture. Such transformation must be approached carefully using incremental steps that allow for learning and iteration. In this article are eight things that leaders must consider.
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Design Thinking vs. Design Sprint

GET YOUR COPY OF "DESIGN SPRINT AN INTRODUCTION" HERE: http://eepurl.com/Z8yef We get asked all the time, "what's the difference between Design Thinking an
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How to become a design thinking advocate (Part 2) – The Connection

How to become a design thinking advocate (Part 2) – The Connection | DESIGN THINKING | methods & tools | Scoop.it
In Part 1, we introduced some simple activities and pointers to help you apply design thinking methods within your own work. However, design thinking is more than just a random collection of…
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6 Laws of Customer Experience

6 Laws of Customer Experience | DESIGN THINKING | methods & tools | Scoop.it
6 Not-So-Secret Truths about Great Customer Experiences Think of them as the Six Commandments of Customer Servic

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6 key drivers Bruce Temkin shared back in 2014 - you can see how those fundamentals still apply today, do you agree?

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Kool design maker is banner ad design company in the USA.

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Design Thinking: Get a Quick Overview of the History

Design Thinking: Get a Quick Overview of the History | DESIGN THINKING | methods & tools | Scoop.it
To understand almost anything, we need at least some appreciation of its roots and origins, and how it came to be as it is. Design Thinking emerged from an exploration of theory and practice, in a range of disciplines and sciences, as a means of addressing the human, the technological and strategic innovation needs of our time. Let us take a look at a short (and incomplete) history of Design Thinking. Listing all of the influential factors that have led to the contemporary understanding o
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UX Mapping Methods Compared: A Cheat Sheet

UX Mapping Methods Compared: A Cheat Sheet | DESIGN THINKING | methods & tools | Scoop.it
Understand similarities and differences among empathy maps, customer-journey maps, experience maps, and service blueprints.

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kool design maker is a best professional organization which make all type of graphics product designing e.g banner ad design

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The Art of the User Interview

The Art of the User Interview | DESIGN THINKING | methods & tools | Scoop.it
Everything you need to know about conducting useful user interviews Creating products based on your own needs is easy – if you’re building something just for yourself, you don’t need to talk to anyone else because you know what you want. It’s pretty unlikely that you’ll ever design a product for yourself. If you want to make a product that... Read More →
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20 of the Best Design Collaboration Tools

20 of the Best Design Collaboration Tools | DESIGN THINKING | methods & tools | Scoop.it
A list of the easiest-to-use online design collaboration tools, including communication platforms and project management software.
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 What Happens to Creativity as We Age?

 What Happens to Creativity as We Age? | DESIGN THINKING | methods & tools | Scoop.it
When we’re older, we know more. But that’s not always an advantage.
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17 Design Thinking Conferences for 2018

17 Design Thinking Conferences for 2018 | DESIGN THINKING | methods & tools | Scoop.it
I've heard great things about design thinking conferences but have never actually attended one. I'm hopeful to attend my first one in 2018 but am unsure which one to choose. Ever since I discovered and fell in love with the world of design thinking, I've actively sought ways to continue my journey. I've networked with…
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(Empathic Design) Design Thinking Principles: Empathy as a Path to Mutual Value

(Empathic Design) Design Thinking Principles: Empathy as a Path to Mutual Value | DESIGN THINKING | methods & tools | Scoop.it
The foundation of human-centered design (see image above), empathy is the process of developing a deep understanding of an application’s intended users, their behaviors, and their true motivations. Because people often don’t know, or can’t articulate, these things explicitly, empathy emerges through techniques such as close observation of users and their behaviors in context, and open, unstructured interviewing. The goal is to gain insights into how users think and feel, and why they behave in certain ways.

The process of developing empathy for users is paramount to successful application design and development. After all, the problems your development team is trying to solve are rarely their own. They belong to a particular group of users; and to effectively design for them, your team must gain empathy for who they are and why they have these problems. Empathy helps the team to view problems with a fresh set of eyes in order to “go wide” in the ideation and prototyping stages, with the goal of identifying impactful solutions that truly resonate with users.

 

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When, which … Design Thinking, Lean, Design Sprint, Agile?

When, which … Design Thinking, Lean, Design Sprint, Agile? | DESIGN THINKING | methods & tools | Scoop.it
A lot of people are — understandably so — very confused when it comes to innovation methodologies, frameworks, and techniques. Questions like: “When should we use Design Thinking?”, “What is the…
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Why Design Thinking in Business Needs a Rethink - DiG

Why Design Thinking in Business Needs a Rethink - DiG | DESIGN THINKING | methods & tools | Scoop.it
I personally, love this article as it takes away the myth that large companies can become innovative by simply adopting designer problem-solving techniques in their corporate innovation processes. It takes more than that.  Great article from Martin Kupp, Jamie Anderson, and Jörg Reckhenrich in the MIT Sloan Management Review.
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