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Where do your best ideas come from? How do you choose ideas to pursue?

Posted in Design, Design Thinking, and Experience Design

  Last week was the 5th annual San Diego Startup Week. I had the honor of speaking on UX and Agile at Moniker Warehouse and…

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Data Science Meets Design Thinking

Posted in Data Science, Data Visualization, and Design Thinking

In the O’Reilly article, Design thinking and data science: Solving problems with data necessitates a diversity of thought, Dean Malmgren from Datascope and Jon Wettersten from IDEO…

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UserZoom Sponsors UX Boot Camps

Posted in Agile, Design Thinking, and Experience Design

While helping BD Medical Technology redesign their intranet, I got the distinct honor and pleasure of working with the Nielsen Norman Group. NN/g conducted card…

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Service Design Trends for 2017 – Agile Meets Design Thinking

Posted in Agile, Design Thinking, and Service Design

John Knight posted this a few months ago. I believe that that these 10 trends are worth paying attention to: “…underpin digital transformation across mobile,…

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Design Thinking and the Circular Economy

Posted in Design, and Design Thinking

In the Fast Company post, Ideo Says The Future Of Design Is Circular, Adele Peter shares that Designers are now considering the entire system and…

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Design Thinking is Iterative and Cyclical

Posted in Design Thinking

Design Thinking is an iterative process. In the larger context, we understand then explore then materialize our solution. Every step of the way is iterative.…

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Design Thinking: Divergence and Convergence Cycles

Posted in Design Thinking, and Innovation

  In the creative process, you start with an idea. You explore aspects of that idea – go wide – and diverge into many directions…

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Design Thinking: A Brief History

Posted in Design Thinking

You could say the basic principles of Design Thinking have always been around. It was these basic principles that early humans built tools and drew…

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My Favorite Toy and Design Thinking

Posted in Design Thinking

My favorite toy as a child was a broken single reflex camera. It served as everything from my Star Trek tricorder to a spaceship for…

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Design Thinking Adoption Challenges

Posted in Design Thinking, and Innovation

Design Thinking is a powerful tool to innovate your strategy, organization or next disruptive product or service. But getting your organization to adopt Design Thinking…

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