The Product Future Vision of Interaction Design

Hands on experience by Mashable. Watch how future technology will help people make better use of their time, focus their attention, and strengthen relationships while getting things done at work, home, and on the go.

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The Product Future Vision of Interaction Design

Hands on experience by Mashable. Watch how future technology will help people make better use of their time, focus their attention, and strengthen relationships while getting things done at work, home, and on the go.

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Dark Patterns – Balancing Business vs Design requirements

When designing to present content we are often confronted with business requirements, that can have a negative affect on the design solution itself. Design can become less user friendly or even worse – dishonest.

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Dark Patterns – Balancing Business vs Design requirements

When designing to present content we are often confronted with business requirements, that can have a negative affect on the design solution itself. Design can become less user friendly or even worse – dishonest.

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Alexander Osterwalder: Business Model Innovation

Every Business Design process starts with analyzing the organizations revenue streams and economic architecture. Well known and not a secret anymore is Alexander Osterwalder with his distinct spirit to drive business innovation through business model design.

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Alexander Osterwalder: Business Model Innovation

Every Business Design process starts with analyzing the organizations revenue streams and economic architecture. Well known and not a secret anymore is Alexander Osterwalder with his distinct spirit to drive business innovation through business model design.

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Jon Kolko: My Heart is in The Work

This talk will examine our ability to affect change at the intersection of experience, behavior, meaning, and culture, and will emphasize our responsibility to approach our work with philanthropic enthusiasm that would make Carnegie proud.

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Jon Kolko: My Heart is in The Work

This talk will examine our ability to affect change at the intersection of experience, behavior, meaning, and culture, and will emphasize our responsibility to approach our work with philanthropic enthusiasm that would make Carnegie proud.

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HDK: Business Design Master in Sweden

There are already a few Master programs for Business Design in Europe. One is currently offerd by the Domus Academy . And another you can find at the Aalto University in Finnland. Here is a new one at the HDK

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HDK: Business Design Master in Sweden

There are already a few Master programs for Business Design in Europe. One is currently offerd by the Domus Academy . And another you can find at the Aalto University in Finnland. Here is a new one at the HDK

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FAM * Frameworks and Models

Introducing FAM99 – the best free way to download professional frameworks and models.

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FAM * Frameworks and Models

Introducing FAM99 – the best free way to download professional frameworks and models.

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Frog Design: “Digital Media Trends 2010 “

Digital Trends for Media Frog Design another design thinking company offers a great introduction to its Digital Trends for Media.

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Frog Design: “Digital Media Trends 2010 “

Digital Trends for Media Frog Design another design thinking company offers a great introduction to its Digital Trends for Media.

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Recommended Books #1

Introducing two useful books about designthinking: “Change by Design – Tim Brown” and “The Design of Business – Roger Martin”.

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Recommended Books #1

Introducing two useful books about designthinking: “Change by Design – Tim Brown” and “The Design of Business – Roger Martin”.

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David Armano: “Social Business Design.”

Social Media is like teen sex. Everyone wants to do it, nobody knows how. When it´s finally done there is surprise it´s not better.” (Avinash Kaushick)

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David Armano: “Social Business Design.”

Social Media is like teen sex. Everyone wants to do it, nobody knows how. When it´s finally done there is surprise it´s not better.” (Avinash Kaushick)

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Jared Spool: “Journey to the Center of Design”

It´s time we replace the User-Centered Design dogma. The goal of User Research is to inform Design

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Jared Spool: “Journey to the Center of Design”

It´s time we replace the User-Centered Design dogma. The goal of User Research is to inform Design

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Eric Wilmot: “The Shift from Human-Centered to Resource-Centered Design”

The question how to design for the next age is becoming more and more important. As a lot of indicators show that we need to become more sustainable in business – the age of human centered design is gonna end

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Eric Wilmot: “The Shift from Human-Centered to Resource-Centered Design”

The question how to design for the next age is becoming more and more important. As a lot of indicators show that we need to become more sustainable in business – the age of human centered design is gonna end

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Design Research Conference 2009

I was attending the design research conference in Chicago. According to the article of core77 for Design Research Conference 2009 in Chicago from the 1st – 2nd October 2009 I want to provide you with the most common relevant information

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Design Research Conference 2009

I was attending the design research conference in Chicago. According to the article of core77 for Design Research Conference 2009 in Chicago from the 1st – 2nd October 2009 I want to provide you with the most common relevant information

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Ryan Jacoby: “Business Design – The curriculum of 2012.”

This article is about the idea of an advanced degree in Business Design. The article has been written by Ryan Jacoby a Business Designer at IDEO.

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Ryan Jacoby: “Business Design – The curriculum of 2012.”

This article is about the idea of an advanced degree in Business Design. The article has been written by Ryan Jacoby a Business Designer at IDEO.

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Experientia: “Why you cannot innovate like Apple.”

You might consider not reading another article about this company, but be aware! This one is fundamentally different. You will gain insights into the true spirit of apple design processes to innovate.

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Experientia: “Why you cannot innovate like Apple.”

You might consider not reading another article about this company, but be aware! This one is fundamentally different. You will gain insights into the true spirit of apple design processes to innovate.

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Jan Chipchase: “How companies should address privacy.”

  Jan Chipchase one of the most important researchers at Nokia has published a very smart article about privacy on his blog www.janchipchase.com which you should definitely put an eye on. He shares some of his insights he has gained

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Jan Chipchase: “How companies should address privacy.”

  Jan Chipchase one of the most important researchers at Nokia has published a very smart article about privacy on his blog www.janchipchase.com which you should definitely put an eye on. He shares some of his insights he has gained

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Larry Keeley: “Innovation Summit, Chicago 2009″

On 21st of may the the innovation summit brought together influential innovation experts, business executives, academics and government leaders to discuss innovation and accelerate Chicagoland’s development as a globally recognized center for innovation.

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Larry Keeley: “Innovation Summit, Chicago 2009″

On 21st of may the the innovation summit brought together influential innovation experts, business executives, academics and government leaders to discuss innovation and accelerate Chicagoland’s development as a globally recognized center for innovation.

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Seth Godin: “About Tribes and Google”

In his speech Seth almost combines a big set of all the question marks on the marketers heads within Google and gives us  great answers about what they´ve done right so far and what they will need to do in

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Seth Godin: “About Tribes and Google”

In his speech Seth almost combines a big set of all the question marks on the marketers heads within Google and gives us  great answers about what they´ve done right so far and what they will need to do in

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Paul Bennett: “Speaks at ADC Berlin 2009″

Paul Bennett is Managing Partner, Europe and Chief Creative Officer of IDEO, a world leader in human-centered and design-led innovation. Paul´s presentation is about:  advertisement is polluting our environment, thoughtlessness design, insights from IDEO user-research lab, two examples of IDEOs

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Paul Bennett: “Speaks at ADC Berlin 2009″

Paul Bennett is Managing Partner, Europe and Chief Creative Officer of IDEO, a world leader in human-centered and design-led innovation. Paul´s presentation is about:  advertisement is polluting our environment, thoughtlessness design, insights from IDEO user-research lab, two examples of IDEOs

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Hugh Dubberly, Shelley Evenson: The consumers experience cycle

Written for Interactions magazine by Hugh Dubberly and Shelley Evenson. In this article, they contrast the “sales cycle” and related models with the “experience cycle” model. The sales cycle model is a traditional tool in business. The sales cycle frames

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Hugh Dubberly, Shelley Evenson: The consumers experience cycle

Written for Interactions magazine by Hugh Dubberly and Shelley Evenson. In this article, they contrast the “sales cycle” and related models with the “experience cycle” model. The sales cycle model is a traditional tool in business. The sales cycle frames

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Leo Burnett Group: “9 things that will define 2009″

Recently we came across this very interesting video: Leo Burnett Group (global player in advertisement) Predictions 2009, Future Trends. 9 Trends New Realism, Hyper Reality, The Trust Economy, Eco Austerity, Digital.tv, Thread Marketing, Generation Game, The End of Fact, Brands

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Leo Burnett Group: “9 things that will define 2009″

Recently we came across this very interesting video: Leo Burnett Group (global player in advertisement) Predictions 2009, Future Trends. 9 Trends New Realism, Hyper Reality, The Trust Economy, Eco Austerity, Digital.tv, Thread Marketing, Generation Game, The End of Fact, Brands

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Rob Fahey: “The crisis as a chance for the creative game industry”

Rob Fahey from gameindustry.biz wrote a great article about how the creative game industry will turn back on track out of the crisis. Stepping deeper in the mass market business and customers who create their own products will help the

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Rob Fahey: “The crisis as a chance for the creative game industry”

Rob Fahey from gameindustry.biz wrote a great article about how the creative game industry will turn back on track out of the crisis. Stepping deeper in the mass market business and customers who create their own products will help the

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Businessweek: “Return on Insight beats Return on Investment?”

There’s probably no better time for an organization to ask the question, “What’s the return on investment?” Given the economic uncertainty, it’s an understandable instinct. The problem is, traditional ROI, with its focus groups and lab-type settings, is less relevant

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Businessweek: “Return on Insight beats Return on Investment?”

There’s probably no better time for an organization to ask the question, “What’s the return on investment?” Given the economic uncertainty, it’s an understandable instinct. The problem is, traditional ROI, with its focus groups and lab-type settings, is less relevant

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Oxford study: “What do service designers do?”

Watch movie: www.sbs.ox.ac.uk This short film adopts a practice perspective to explore what is distinctive about the ways professional service designers go about designing or redesigning services. The film follows in detail one of the three paired projects in the

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Oxford study: “What do service designers do?”

Watch movie: www.sbs.ox.ac.uk This short film adopts a practice perspective to explore what is distinctive about the ways professional service designers go about designing or redesigning services. The film follows in detail one of the three paired projects in the

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Businessweek: “Designing the Future of Business”

Imagine a crazy wonderland where most of what you learned in business school is either upside down or backward. A land where customers control the company, jobs are avenues of self-expression, the barriers to competition are out of your control,

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Businessweek: “Designing the Future of Business”

Imagine a crazy wonderland where most of what you learned in business school is either upside down or backward. A land where customers control the company, jobs are avenues of self-expression, the barriers to competition are out of your control,

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Chris Bernhard: “User observations”

Chris Bernhard, calling himself a user experience evangelist made a great presentation about observing users (people). A more wordy presentation based on older but useful content around design research methods. It’s not so much about how one should collect this

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Chris Bernhard: “User observations”

Chris Bernhard, calling himself a user experience evangelist made a great presentation about observing users (people). A more wordy presentation based on older but useful content around design research methods. It’s not so much about how one should collect this

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Procter & Gamble: “Using design thinking”

Procter&Gamble (P&G) belongs to design thinking companies. Read here why.

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Procter & Gamble: “Using design thinking”

Procter&Gamble (P&G) belongs to design thinking companies. Read here why.

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Paul Bennett: “Design is in the details”

Showing a series of inspiring, unusual and playful products, British branding and design guru Paul Bennett explains that design doesn’t have to be about grand gestures, but can solve small, universal and overlooked problems.

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Paul Bennett: “Design is in the details”

Showing a series of inspiring, unusual and playful products, British branding and design guru Paul Bennett explains that design doesn’t have to be about grand gestures, but can solve small, universal and overlooked problems.

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Adaptive Path: “Subject To Change”

Yet Google obviously invests heavily in its brand. Its home page may have nothing but a search box and links to Google’s services — which means the company is forgoing tens of millions of dollars in advertising — but it’s

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Adaptive Path: “Subject To Change”

Yet Google obviously invests heavily in its brand. Its home page may have nothing but a search box and links to Google’s services — which means the company is forgoing tens of millions of dollars in advertising — but it’s

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Nicolas Nova: “Lessons on Innovation from the Game Industry”

Nicolas Nova is a researcher in the Media and Design Lab at the Swiss Institute of Technology, Lausanne (EPFL). Get everything on: Nicolas Nova

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Nicolas Nova: “Lessons on Innovation from the Game Industry”

Nicolas Nova is a researcher in the Media and Design Lab at the Swiss Institute of Technology, Lausanne (EPFL). Get everything on: Nicolas Nova

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Hasso Plattner: “Innovation, Speed & Success”

Hasso Plattner (SAP), gave a speech about the role of design and his strategic vision for driving innovation in areas such as ecosystems, community, operations, and technology. Seen on Institute of Design Strategy Conference 2007. Get the presentation as PDF:

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Hasso Plattner: “Innovation, Speed & Success”

Hasso Plattner (SAP), gave a speech about the role of design and his strategic vision for driving innovation in areas such as ecosystems, community, operations, and technology. Seen on Institute of Design Strategy Conference 2007. Get the presentation as PDF:

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