Added by Robert Zlokower on April 24, 2013 at 12:59 — No Comments
Our world is a system that contains many sub-systems: the oceans, the forests, the climate – all are complex, fragile and well calibrated organisms with a system character. If one of the parts is not running well, the others will suffer as well: one weak spot will influences the overall performance. Systems can repair themselves, once they are not running well – unless the weak spot is getting larger than the…Continue
Added by Jan-Erik Baars on April 23, 2013 at 11:22 — No Comments
The front end of innovation offers organizations engagement. Engaged people bring more of their gifts to the table. The back end of innovation offers organizations ideas that, when implemented, bring relative advantage. Each idea has its own story of relative advantage and risk. How do you tell the back end story in a valid, credible way?
Added by Doug Collins on April 18, 2013 at 0:30 — No Comments
Added by Robert Zlokower on April 15, 2013 at 16:30 — No Comments
At our Master of Design (MDes) course, we recently had the opportunity to work with a live project to learn and practice design thinking skills. It's the full report about our project and therefore a bit lengthy. Have fun flicking through...
Added by Marcel Münch on April 15, 2013 at 13:53 — No Comments
Things are going well at Koos HQ. This means we're growing and we're hiring!
Are you the one genius service designer who will enrich our team with all your skills, competences and personality?
Check out the details in the PDF!Continue
Added by Robbert-Jan van Oeveren on April 13, 2013 at 11:30 — No Comments
Like an epidemic, a baseball craze hit New York City in the summer of 1865. Suddenly, a game played only in the streets by factory workers was being called a “national pastime” by local journalists. Baseball was bringing…Continue
Added by Lyden Foust on April 11, 2013 at 5:30 — No Comments
For two years our columnist Doug Collins has shared with us his exploration of the practice of collaborative innovation.
Today, at this anniversary, we announce the release of volume 2 of his Innovation Architecture series, an exciting and deeply thought-provoking book whose cover is depicted in the headline graphic for this…Continue
Added by Doug Collins on April 10, 2013 at 8:00 — No Comments
Have you ever wondered why children pick up on things so quickly? Think of it, they learn an entire language with no previous knowledge of communication. Whereas with adults, it often takes years to comprehend a new concept.
Adult’s inability to learn comes from our ingrained attitude and past experience. What prevents people from learning is not the subject itself, but the rigidity we accumulate from past experience. This could manifest itself in the form of superiority whenever we…Continue
Added by Lyden Foust on April 7, 2013 at 21:29 — No Comments
Engineering for Change provides a forum to connect, collaborate, solve challenges and share knowledge among a growing community of engineers, technologists, social scientists, NGOs, local governments and community advocates, who are dedicated to improving the quality of life all over the world.…Continue
Added by Alexandra Velnidou on April 6, 2013 at 11:30 — No Comments
Watch a special pre-Milan Fair review featuring Carl de Smet, Belgian designer and engineer, who creates self assembling furniture. The key feature of his technique is the ability to grow from compact form to a pre defined design in several minutes.…Continue
Added by Robert Zlokower on April 5, 2013 at 15:30 — No Comments
Matthew Cockerill, Associate Design Director at Seymourpowell, shared his views on the democratization of product development highlighting the opportunities of 3D printing and affordable 3D printers.
''3D printing is evolving but its output at this point is mainly suitable for rapid prototyping. It’s good for getting parts you’ve created in 3D CAD into a physical form without expensive tooling or days of…Continue
Added by Robert Zlokower on April 5, 2013 at 14:30 — No Comments
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