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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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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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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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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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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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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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