Posts Tagged 'Dirk Knemeyer'

Dirk Knemeyer: “Understanding “Business&Design” through casino poker.”

Like many people in the United States, I’ve become caught up in the recent poker craze. Though I’ve played a bit since childhood, it was only through the recent cultural rise of poker into the mainstream of sports and entertainment

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Dirk Knemeyer: “Understanding “Business&Design” through casino poker.”

Like many people in the United States, I’ve become caught up in the recent poker craze. Though I’ve played a bit since childhood, it was only through the recent cultural rise of poker into the mainstream of sports and entertainment

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Dirk Knemeyer: “A Design Framework for Meeting Human Needs and Desires”

The design community keeps making a lot of noise about designing for people/users/customers. However, while this notion is well-intentioned and even conceptually correct, I find much of it boils down to empty rhetoric. What exactly are we doing? More user

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Dirk Knemeyer: “A Design Framework for Meeting Human Needs and Desires”

The design community keeps making a lot of noise about designing for people/users/customers. However, while this notion is well-intentioned and even conceptually correct, I find much of it boils down to empty rhetoric. What exactly are we doing? More user

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