A brief presentation of design thinking, what is, how it works, why it really works and current status of design thinking implementation in Poland. Head of the Technology Transfer Centre Department at Regional Centre for Innovation and Technology Transfer, West Pomeranian University of Technology Szczecin. A graduate of Political Sciences and International Relations in University of Szczecin, Top 500 Innovators Program at Stanford University, postgraduate studies on intellectual property rights at University of Warsaw. Trainer in the field of design thinking, intellectual property rights, technology promotion and methods of business support. Performs innovation, R&D and design audits, evaluates business ideas by using Quicklook methodology or Business Model Canvas. Empathetic optimist, espresso and calendar addict. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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Product Design Process: SOLVE PROBLEMS AND MAKE DECISIONS FAST (Lightning Decision Jam) | Aj&Smart FREE DESIGN SPRINT WEBCLASS - Sign up here: https://ajsmart.com/webclass We are a design agency based in Berlin, Germany! We love using productive methods to do our work as efficiently as possible. That's why we invented the "Lightning Decision Jam"! We use this process every week as our retrospective. We look at what's not working in our daily workflow and we tackle it head on! Whether you're working in web design, product design, a startup or even a big corporate, this exercise will drastically improve how quickly and easily you come up with solutions for any problem your team might be facing. This exercise can be used to facilitate a meeting as well! It will cut out unstructured conversation and ensure that you reach a decision quickly. Here's the link to the Spotify playlist: https://open.spotify.com/user/1121768810/playlist/6PMm6utBmLJ13SGSgZE5Gu Ask us anything on our Instagram: Also, for a copy of our "Intro to Design Sprints" handout, and a monthly email update about everything "design", sign up here: http://eepurl.com/cNmSOD Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ajsmartdesign/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ajandsmart/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJSmartUX Website: http://ajsmart.com Video Link: https://youtu.be/xNpVaNIUS4U
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Tom Kelley is a Partner at IDEO. He's an author of Creative Confidence, The Art of Innovation, and The Ten Faces of Innovation. In this episode, he explains the true definition of innovation and what it takes to build your creative confidence. --- FOLLOW US Twitter: http://twitter.com/highrespodcast Facebook: http://facebook.com/highrespodcast iTunes: http://bit.ly/highresitunes Google Play: http://bit.ly/highresgoogle Get early access to the next episode: http://highresolution.design/early-access --- THANKS TO OUR PARTNERS IBM – IBM's mission is simple: put the user at the center of our products. If you are a passionate problem-solver, able to empathize with users and turn that empathy into design insight, we want you to join us in creating exceptional experiences that span our vast product portfolio. Learn about the team! http://bit.ly/ibmsponsor InVision – InVision is the world's leading product design platform, powering the future of digital product design through our deep understanding of the dynamics of collaboration. Teams that build digital products are at a serious advantage when they use InVision's suite of prototyping tools. They're a great way of getting everyone on board. Get 3 full months on InVision FREE http://bit.ly/invisionpartner Searle Video – Searle Video is a creative studio based out of Portland, Oregon. They've helped the creative community tell stories for over 10 years. They've done advertisements, behind the scenes stories, and documentaries for companies like Slack, Intel, Adobe, Google and the XOXO festival. http://bit.ly/searlesponsor
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Trying to solve a problem or find better ways of getting work done? Get familiar with IBM Design Thinking and Agile. For more information on IBM Design Thinking, please visit: http://www.ibm.com/design IBMers -- learn more about Security Intelligence on Think Academy (internal site): https://ibm.biz/IBMThinkAcademy
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Design Thinking is a 5-step process to come up with meaningful ideas that solve real problems for a particular group of people. The process is taught in top design and business schools around the world. It has brought many businesses lots of happy customers and helped entrepreneurs from all around the world, to solve problems with innovative new solutions. Crash Course: https://dschool.stanford.edu/resources/virtual-crash-course-video Guide for Facilitators: https://dschool.stanford.edu/resources/gear-up-how-to-kick-off-a-crash-course Entire Script: Step 1: Empathize The purpose of step one is to conduct interviews that give you an idea about what people really care about. We need to empathize with their situation. For example, if you want to help old people, you might find that they want to keep the ability to walk around. In your conversations, they might share with you different ways they can do that. Later into the interview you'll want to dig a little deeper, look for personal stories or situations where things became difficult. Ideally, you redo the process with many people with the same problem. Step 2: Define the Problem Looking at the interviews, you can now understand the actual needs that people are trying to fulfill with certain activities. One way to do that is to underline the verbs or activities that the people mentioned when talking about their problems: like going for a walk, meeting old friends for tea, or simply going grocery shopping around the corner store. You might realize it's not so much about going out, but more about staying in touch. After your analysis, formulate a problem statement: “Some elderly are afraid to be lonely. The want to stay connected.” Step 3: Ideate Now focus only on the problem statement and come up with ideas that solve the problem. The point is not to get a perfect idea, but rather to come up with as many ideas: like unique virtual reality experiences, senior friendly hover boards or a modified pushcart. Whatever it is, sketch up your best ideas and show them to the people you are trying to help, so you get their feedback. Step 4: Prototype Now take a moment to reflect on what you have learned from your conversations about the different ideas. Ask yourself, how does your idea fit in the context of people's actual lives. Your solution could be a combination of a new idea and what is already being used. Then connect the dots, sketch up your final solution and go build a real prototype that's just good enough to be tested. Step 5: Test Now test your prototype with actual users. Don't defend your idea in case people don't like it, the point is to learn what works and what didn't, so any feedback is great. Then go back to ideation or prototyping and apply your learning. Repeat the process until you have a prototype that works and solves the real problem. Now you are ready to change the world or open shop. To experience design thinking first hand, do the free virtual design thinking crash course from Stanford’s D-School right now. You will learn to design a new gift giving experience. Find the link and a guide for facilitators in the description below. After you are done, share your experience and gift idea in the comment To learn more about creative and critical thinking, check out our other sprouts videos. And if you want to support our channel, visit http://patreon.com/sprouts.
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This series 'Students of Product Design' is aimed at anyone interested in the product design process. This first episode looks at innovation, how to innovate and how simply changing the structure of the brief can impact on how innovative you can be. This series won't just talk about stuff, the plan is to share with you as many of the things I have learnt in the last 15 years (or so..) as possible through each stage of the design process to help you become far better designers than I can ever be. I'll be looking at research, sketching, model making, portfolios and a whole load of other things. I often think of youtube as a speed learning tool. Have you ever seen the Matrix films where Neo first learns martial arts by uploading a programme to his head or Trinity learns to fly a helicopter in minutes, that's how I see Youtube, Youtube is our version of the Matrix. So this series which is primarily aimed at students studying industrial design, product design or design engineering in university is designed to do just that, give you a knowledge boost to hopefully make your projects, designs, presentations and portfolio a lot better to improve your chances of getting a position as a designer, or your projects if you want to start your own company, anything related to design. I also hope with the content, that everyone will be able to take something away from it as many of the tips I'll give over the course of this series will be applicable to lots of areas of life. There's just isn't enough out there on product design, compared to say cookery shows it's very under provisioned and so I'm trying to redress the balance. I have a lot more planned, so please be patient, stay tuned and follow me, so that you can be alerted to when the next video is launched. www.producttank.co.uk
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Join Design for Change founder Kiran Bir Sethi in a hands-on workshop where you yourself become a designer, and learn how to put your ideas for a better world into action! Engage in the type of creative challenge that has inspired and empowered over 25 million children across the globe -- in 34 countries and over 300,000 schools -- to design innovative pathways to change.
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DESIGN SPRINT 101 | What If We Lose Good Ideas? | Product Design Thinking Video Link: https://youtu.be/bvc-nr6sUco We also have a FREE design sprint webclass for our subscribers! In it, you’ll learn the basics behind running and selling design prints like an absolute pro, top tier advice that you can apply tomorrow and a Q&A session, where we answer all your Sprint questions! Sign up and book your place here! https://ajsmart.com/webclass Thanks so much for watching this video! Like what you see here? Subscribe to our YouTube channel! https://goo.gl/aRQXPS Follow us on our other channels for more great design tips! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ajandsmart/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ajsmartdesign LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/aj&smart/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ajsmartdesign/ Medium blog: https://blog.ajsmart.com/ FREE DESIGN SPRINT WEBCLASS - Sign up here: https://ajsmart.com/webclass #designsprint #productdesign #gettingthingsdone Sign up for our newsletter and get our "Intro to Design Sprints": http://bit.ly/introdesignsprints It can be a bit weird to throw away all the unused sketches at the end of a design sprint. Many people feel a powerful urge to gather them all up & store them away in a folder but we say you should BURN THEM & move on!
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“Design Thinking in Business” is a Design Thinking course that introduces individuals and teams to design tools that will help them be more human-centred in their approach to problem solving. Attendees learn design tools used in launching new products and services to market, along with how to leverage these tools to support strategic planning, business analysis, architecture and agile delivery. Find out more here https://goo.gl/NsKL6D
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Winning companies, such as Apple, Virgin, Toyota and others, innovate continuously because of their culture of design thinking – integrating the needs of people, the possibilities of technology and the requirements for business success. In this course, you will learn how to incorporate MIT's approach to Design Thinking in your own business. Program Name – Innovation of Products & Services: MIT’s Approach to Design Thinking - http://emeritus.org/management-certificate-programs/innovation-design-thinking/ Program Faculty – Professor Steve Eppinger Program offered by EMERITUS in collaboration with MIT Sloan School of Management
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Design expert Amy Jo Kim gave this talk at the Lean Product & Lean UX Silicon Valley Meetup on February 16, 2016. This video was produced by Coreography https://coreography.com.
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Design Thinking as a problem-solving method has been prevalent in product design for several decades and has more recently been adapted for business and education. And like any process that has enjoyed that kind of longevity, it must periodically adapt to changes in environment and landscape. As the “business of innovation” becomes increasingly important to strategic decision makers in all sectors and industries and across the globe, we near one of those inflection points. In this webinar Bill Burnett, consulting assistant professor and master in design thinking at Stanford University, considers current implementations of design thinking and explores ways in which it can be adapted to solve new problems in better ways. You Will Learn: •Innovation tactics to incorporate into everyday culture •Lean startup methods that utilize design thinking •Techniques for making large scale impact to your business Presented by the Innovation Masters Series: Design Thinking and the Art of Innovation (http://scpd.stanford.edu/design)
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In this presentation, Maxim Wheatley (winner of a 2016 CES Innovation award) walks you through the beginning of the product development process, starting with ideation, and takes you through the essential details to bring a product to production. Product creation of all types gets less expensive and more accessible every day, but the challenges remain unchanged. With his proven framework, harmonized with the Stanford University "Design Thinking" process, you'll find a powerful approach to solve the right problems in the right way, and an easy to follow structure to design and develop products of all kinds and complications. About the Presenter: Maxim is Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer of LifeFuels, winning multiple industry awards. He works to keep the vision of both the company and the product in harmony with the many moving pieces. Maxim has also spent time in Shenzhen, China developing complex manufacturing supply-chains. He also works on complex product projects as a consultant, from design, to intellectual property, to manufacturing. Maxim graduated from Georgetown University with a degree in Cognitive Science & Psychology, with experience in NIH-backed neuroscience research labs. Post-graduation, Maxim worked in venture capital at Fortify Ventures, and was an Associate Producer for Startupland (screened in 60+ countries). Maxim speaks regularly on hardware, product development, and crowdfunding.
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See the full course: https://systemsacademy.io/courses/complex-systems-design/ Twitter: http://bit.ly/2HobMld Design thinking is a design process that enables us to solve complex problems. It combines deep end-user experience, systems thinking, iterative rapid prototyping and multi-stakeholder feedback to guide us through the successive stages in our design. Transcription: Design thinking, is a design process that enables us to solve complex problems, It combines deep end-user experience, systems thinking, iterative rapid prototyping and multi-stake holder feedback to guid us through the successive stages in our design. Design thinking like complex systems is interdisciplinary. It cuts across traditional domains by recognising that everything in our world is designed, thus it takes design out of its comfort zone of building chairs and fancy coffee cups to apply it to all areas from designing effective organisations to creating health care and financial services. The design process is a bit like blowing up a balloon and then slowly letting all the air out of it again, it requires an initial phase of divergent thinking where we ask expansive question to explore the full context and many different possible options, before having to narrow our vision down upon a single solution and refining it through convergent thinking. But this process is not mechanical it is more evolutionary meaning we can not fully foresee the end product from inception, it emerges and thus we need to think about the future in a open way, that means having confidence in the possibility that an unknown outcome is feasible as the whole point of the design process is that we will create something that does not yet exist and thus is unforeseen. But we don’t have to reinvent the design process wheel every time, there are a few broad stages to it which different people will define in different ways but we are going to talk about some of the most often identified phases in the design thinking process, they include the stages of researching ideating, prototyping and testing. These steps don’t necessary follow a linear path; they can occur simultaneously and be repeated. Firstly the researching phase, what we are doing here is not creating a thing, what we are creating is a solution, and this solution is a solution to a problem that a particular person or people have. Thus we need to understand the context within which our system will exist and where it lies in relation to other thing within that environment, it is only when we see the given context within which a pre-existing version of the system operates that we get a full insight into why it is the way it is and from this can begin to conceive of an improved solution. When we don’t understand the context then we will be likely to simply go round in circles, simply reacting to the pre-exists existing solution. One generation of designers decide that straight lines are the greatest thing extolling all their virtues making everything square and rectangular with pointy corners, until the next generation of designers come along who are now sick of straight lines so they start a new revolution of curves and rounded corners, until everyone gets tired of all the curves and rediscovers the straight line again and so on. By understanding the context and the history of the context to a design we can see its parameters, the advantages and disadvantages of both extremes and try to find integrative solution. If we remember there is aways two qualitatively different level to a complex system, the local and the global, as designers of the system we will be dealing with it primary on the macro scale, but at the end of the day everything really plays out on the local level and we need to understand that local context where people interact and live out their lives through these products and services. People can’t always express what exactly the problem is or know exactly what it is they want, so we need deep emersion to piece it together for ourselves, ethnographic studies, customer journey maps, all forms of enduser experience and importantly empathy. Twitter: http://bit.ly/2TTjlDH Facebook: http://bit.ly/2TXgrOo LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/2TPqogN
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Design Thinking. Brought to you by Daylight Design. Suppose you are part of a thriving business and need to branch out and find that next big thing. Or say you want to change a behavior, like getting people...a lot of people...to use less energy in their homes. How would you go about it? Design thinking is a powerful tool to tackle the unknown. It's a means of going on an expedition, without a map, without even knowing the destination, but with the confidence that you'll end up somewhere great. Let's make it tangible with an example that captures the five key elements of design thinking. Daylight was given the challenge of getting kids in America to move more to help fight childhood obesity. The project started with an idea--provide kids with a digital music player that has a motion sensor, then give them rewards based on their activity. But the big question was, would kids really use it? What could make the experience so compelling that they would use it long enough to see the health benefits. Learn from people We began by talking with kids. We spent time in their homes and schools, across the country. We listened to them share their motivations, habits, delights and frustrations. The research included kids in the mainstream, but also incredibly active kids and the very sedentary. It turns out that those at the extremes are really good at giving a voice to problems that those in the middle might feel, but have a harder time putting their finger on. Find patterns We captured our observations on hundreds of post-it notes and laid them all out to make sense of what we learned. Using informed intuition, we looked for patterns that pointed to opportunities. Daniel said, "I get bored with solo video games, it's the multiplayer ones that keep me coming back." Meg said, "I don't listen to music when I'm running because I want to talk to people." Define design principles These quotes along with others, revealed one of the design principles that would help us get to a successful concept. "Facilitate social interaction at all times" Many such design principles emerged. Together, they formed the guideposts of an experience that we felt confident would resonate with kids. Make Tangible We asked ourselves "How Might We" questions to bridge the gap from design principles to specific ideas and then quickly turned the best of them into rough prototypes. Building physical devices out of simple cardboard and mocking up digital experiences with paper and pen allowed us to learn quickly. 5. Iterate Relentlessly. With each prototype we tweaked and evolved the concept. We brought digital and physical models to kids to listen and learn. The concept evolved until we got to a compelling solution. What we ended up with was a new product category. Before Fitbit and Apple Watch, we developed an activity tracker that gave kids a portal to an online world, where they could share and celebrate their real-world accomplishments with each other and their families. In a three month clinical trial, the impact was a 59% increase in physical activity. Learn from people Look for patterns Define design principles Make tangible Iterate relentlessly Whatever the challenge, design thinking is a powerful tool to reveal new ways of thinking and doing. What in your world could benefit from design thinking?
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In Design Thinking projects, paper prototypes are an innovative tool to find out about user needs. They are quick and cheap to build and if they fail, they can be discarded without much loss. In This video, I demonstrate 3 different examples of paper prototypes and give you practical insights for your own projects. If you have any questions, feel free to post them in the comments section!
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Innovation made simple, that is Guido's passion. Elements of design thinking are the core of his idea. In 2005 I attended a lecture delivered by a famous Dutch politician. To be honest, he made me angry,” Guido says. “He was explaining how difficult politics are, talking about the dilemmas he faces every day. But he did not present solutions. Not one. And not even a plan to get one.” In his anger Guido, a designer with many years of experience, suddenly understood he had an entirely different way of thinking. Designers always explore new ideas. Problems are challenges for their creativity. His anger became wonder. “I asked myself what makes design thinking so different. And above all what it might contribute to teams and companies. And even politics.” Together with the Technical University Delft he made movies of product development teams in the wild, and analyzed these with 7 researchers. They discovered how ideas arise in teams, captured the origins of innovation and revealed what designers contribute.” This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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What is design thinking? How can you apply design thinking to your projects and what are the differences between design thinking and other methodologies such as 'Agile' and 'Design Sprints'? Product designer and lead Design Sprint trainer Dee Scarano from AJ&Smart takes you through an in depth look at the origins of design thinking, definitions of design thinking and the various applications for it. Links featured in the video: Ideo: https://www.ideo.com/eu IdeoU: https://www.ideou.com/ Design Thinking Timeline (Medium) https://medium.com/@szczpanks/design-thinking-where-it-came-from-and-the-type-of-people-who-made-it-all-happen-dc3a05411e53 Norman Doors video: https://99percentinvisible.org/article/norman-doors-dont-know-whether-push-pull-blame-design/ Watch a FREE 1.5 hour Design Sprint web class, featuring Design Sprint creator Jake Knapp: https://events.genndi.com/register/818182175026315610/657cf1055f You can also sign up to our school for expert Design Sprint training: https://ajsmart.com/masterclass Thanks so much for watching this video! Like what you see here? Subscribe to our YouTube channel! https://goo.gl/aRQXPS Follow us on our other channels for more great design tips! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ajandsmart/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ajsmartdesign LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/aj&s... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ajsmartdesign/ Medium blog: https://blog.ajsmart.com/ digital design Design Thinking (What is it?) - 2019: https://youtu.be/-hyVVdFobhU
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Every aspect of business seems to be moving faster and faster. Creativity is essential to keeping pace without sacrificing on quality of work. Design Thinking is an interesting development process that’s being widely used to quickly invent or improve new products and services. Integrating these practices into your NPD process may feel more familiar than you think. This video covers: • A Brief History Of Design Thinking • Understanding The 5 Original Design Thinking Modes • Integrating Specific Research Techniques Into Your Design Thinking Process • Importance Of Focusing On Outcomes
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As companies evolve to adopt, integrate, and leverage software as the defining element of their success in the 21st century, a rash of processes and methodologies are vying for their product teams' attention. In the worst of cases, each discipline on these teams -- product management, design, and software engineering -- learns a different model. This short, tactical talk reconciles the perceived differences in Lean Startup, Design Thinking, and Agile software development by focusing not on rituals and practices but on the values that underpin all three methods. The tactics in this talk draw on Jeff’s years of practice as a team leader and coach in companies ranging from small high-growth startups to large enterprises. Whether you’re a product manager, software engineer, designer, or team leader, you’ll find practical tools in this talk immediately applicable to your team’s daily methods. EVENT: Øredev 2018 SPEAKER: Jeff Gothelf PERMISSIONS: Øredev Conference Organizer provided Coding Tech with the permission to republish this video. CREDITS: Øredev YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0XtR2kcXnqtfrGSsxM8oAg
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A Product Management event in Boston about How to Apply Design Thinking to Your Product by Pluralsight PM 👉 Subscribe here: http://bit.ly/2xMQLbS 🕊️ Follow us on Twitter: http://bit.ly/2xAQklN 💙 Like us on Facebook for free event tickets: http://bit.ly/2xPfjkh 📷 Check us out on Instagram: http://bit.ly/2eHmfJp Get the presentation slides here: https://prdct.school/2Q2K3Mf Find out more about us: https://prod.school/2Sgf0JF 💻 ABOUT US: Product School is the world’s first tech business school. We offer certified Product Management, Coding, Data, Digital Marketing and Blockchain courses; our instructors are real-world product managers working at top tech companies, such as Google, Facebook, Snapchat, Airbnb, LinkedIn, PayPal and Netflix. Our classes are part-time, designed to fit into your work schedule. Our campuses are online and in 15 cities worldwide, including Silicon Valley, New York, Los Angeles and London. See our upcoming courses here: https://prod.school/2Sgf0JF In addition to classes, each of our campuses hosts weekly events with top industry professionals about Product Management, Data, Coding, Digital Marketing and Blockchain. Click here to see what we have coming up: https://prod.school/2P5KSP3 Product leaders from local top tech companies visit Product School campuses each week. Through lectures, panel discussions, and a variety of other forums, the world’s top product managers visit Product School to provide invaluable real-world insights into critical management issues. 📓 The Product Book has arrived! Learn how to become a great Product Manager. Get your copy here: https://prod.school/2DR3jFe #ProductManagement #ProductSchool #Upskill #TechEducation #DesignThinking #Pluralsight #ProductManager
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http://www.ted.com Tim Brown says the design profession is preoccupied with creating nifty, fashionable objects -- even as pressing questions like clean water access show it has a bigger role to play. He calls for a shift to local, collaborative, participatory "design thinking." TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes. Featured speakers have included Al Gore on climate change, Philippe Starck on design, Jill Bolte Taylor on observing her own stroke, Nicholas Negroponte on One Laptop per Child, Jane Goodall on chimpanzees, Bill Gates on malaria and mosquitoes, Pattie Maes on the "Sixth Sense" wearable tech, and "Lost" producer JJ Abrams on the allure of mystery. TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, Design, and TEDTalks cover these topics as well as science, business, development and the arts. Closed captions and translated subtitles in a variety of languages are now available on TED.com, at http://www.ted.com/translate. Watch a highlight reel of the Top 10 TEDTalks at http://www.ted.com/index.php/talks/top10
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The Innovation of Products and Services: MIT’s Approach to Design Thinking is developed by EMERITUS in collaboration with MIT Sloan, Columbia Business School Executive Education Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth. The webinar is presented by Bryan Cooperrider, Course Leader at EMERITUS.
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Google for Entrepreneurs teamed up with Virgin Unite to host a not-to-miss conversation featuring 3 extraordinary leaders in business and product design. Moderated by Kaili Emmrich of Google for Entrepreneurs, the Hangout featured Eric Ries (The Lean Startup), Tim Brown, (CEO of IDEO), and Google Ventures Design Partner Jake Knapp. Resources: The Lean Startup: http://theleanstartup.com/principles Design Thinking: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Design_thinking Google Ventures Design Sprint: gv.com/designsprint
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To design a great product, you need to understand its foundations before focusing on the details. That’s where systems thinking comes in. It’s a top-down approach where you consider the big picture first and the specific interactions later. It helps you establish a design system early, which sets the course of the product direction, gets the team on the same page, and focuses your design effort on the most important product areas. In this talk ShekMan Tang will introduce the foundations of systems thinking, and how we could apply it in the practice of product design.
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Japanese designs are known to be minimalist yet practical, but what really makes them so distinct from the rest? We spoke to Mike Saw, graphic designer and partner of KONCENT Malaysia, about the Tokyo-based design product shop, aesthetic principles from Japan, and the thought that goes on behind every meticulously crafted design. --- FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/myfutvision INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/myfutvision WEBSITE https://www.fut-vision.com EMAIL [email protected]
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An Approach for Fighting Complexity and Accelerating Successful Product Development Cycles. In this timely and highly engaging webinar, you will learn: - What is design thinking and how does it apply to my business? - Is design thinking a relevant approach to software product development and innovation? - How can design thinking help me do more with less (frugal innovation)? - What are the parallels and differences between design thinking and agile software development methodologies? Featured Speaker: Dr. Simone Ahuja - Blood Orange Moderator: Karin Nauth-Shelley - Vice President, Global Marketing - Belatrix Software For more information about Belatrix Software, visit http://www.belatrixsf.com
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FREE DESIGN SPRINT WEBCLASS - Sign up here: https://ajsmart.com/webclass Sign up for our newsletter and get our "Intro to Design Sprints": http://bit.ly/introdesignsprints This is episode 10 of Product Breakfast Club Podcast! In this one, Jake and Jon go DEEP into Design Thinking vs Design Sprint. It's a big topic! If the last episode was "Episode X" then how can this be "Episode 10?!". Well... ask apple! Oh man... we messed up the audio in this one again but next week it'll be amazing. Jake on twitter: jakek €100 off our nordic workshops: PBCPODCAST10 (you can find the events on the AJ&Smart FB page)
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Information/Registration: http://goo.gl/xPjZpR One of the hottest topics in the business world, design thinking helps you break through your messiest business problems with a systematic approach to uncovering creative insights and new solutions. In this online course designed by Jeanne Liedtka, pioneer and internationally-recognized expert in design thinking, you'll work through a 15-step problem-solving process using design methodologies and innovation tools. Through recorded video instruction and peer review, you'll apply each of these steps to solve a challenge from your own organization. You'll study real-life case studies that show design thinking in action, for organizations both large and small, in corporate and nonprofit settings. Community forums and peer feedback will help you develop a range of innovative solutions to your challenge. Don’t watch others learn about design thinking, roll up your sleeves and do it yourself! Brought to you by the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia.
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Product and Motion Designers Alex Bronkie and Michaela Tedore discuss working on the Netflix Product Design team and how they create experiences that help over a hundred million global members discover what to watch.
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Research, development and innovation is rarely as straightforward as the above mentioned quote would have you believe, which is unfortunate for companies investing substantial amounts of capital and resources into R and D. It is, essentially, a gamble, a game of chance and of hedging your bets – some pay off, while others inevitably do not. Considering how vital R and D is to the success of any business, this naturally poses some problems and challenges. While market unpredictability and technology innovation shroud R and D projects in uncertainty, there are nonetheless ways in which to achieve results and generate return on investment. ways in which to achieve results and generate return on investment. Whether through good R and D management, cross-industry collaboration or smart spending, there are methods and techniques available to avoid flatlines and prevent losses. This event will also present you with the opportunity to engage more directly with Design Thinking, with a separate programme of workshops and talks on the subject scheduled to take place concurrently. Delegates will be able to choose from three distinct tracks focused on INNOVATION, INDUSTRY and DESIGN. As a special bonus, on day one there will be the option to attend a field trip to the prestigious Design Thinking Center Amsterdam. Our exclusive, hands-on programme will show you how Design Thinking can be used for an organisational approach as well as for products and services. Presented by Corporate Parity, the 5th Annual R and D Innovation Excellence/Design Thinking Summit will look at what industries and businesses are facing now and what they expect to encounter in the future. Learn how to increase productivity, budget and strategies for R and D projects and how to measure successful inventions from industry experts and forward-thinking leaders. https://c-parity.com/5th-annual-rd-design-thinking-product-development-summit/
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Learn with Udacity and Google in our FREE Product Design course and check out the Tech Entrepreneur Nanodegree program! ►►► http://bit.ly/Tech-Entrepreneur-Nanodegree ◄◄◄ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Built in partnership with Google, this program mixes theory and practice to show students how to transform ideas into market-ready products. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Product Design: Validation and UX through Design Sprints ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ►►► http://bit.ly/Product-Design-Course ◄◄◄ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ● What's in the course? There is nothing more powerful than an idea whose time has come. This course is designed to help you materialize your game-changing idea and transform it into a product that you can build a business around. Product Design blends theory and practice to teach you product validation, UI/UX practices, Google’s Design Sprint and the process for setting and tracking actionable metrics. ● Why take this course? Over the years, Silicon Valley startups have developed a series of frameworks and best practices for product design. Through startup case studies and interviews with industry experts, we want to bring you the best of Silicon Valley with lessons you can apply to influence the design of your mobile or web app. By the end of the course, you will know how to perform a Google Design Sprint (developed at Google Ventures and exclusively taught in this course) to design, prototype and test your ideas. You will also learn to design low fidelity mockups for your product and capture appropriate metrics. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- LESSON 2: UI/UX Design ● What's in the lesson? This lesson takes you beyond visual style to understand material design, building for accessibility, user flows and personas. You’ll hear about how startups make design decisions and learn from senior designers at Google on how they use design to emphasize the purpose of their products. By the end of the lesson, you will analyze the user experience of another product and start documenting a user flow for your own product. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Tech Entrepreneur Nanodegree Our Tech Entrepreneur Nanodegree program teaches you the skills you need to create your own revenue-generating app, and build a successful business around it. You’ll learn to succeed the Silicon Valley way! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ►►► http://bit.ly/Tech-Entrepreneur-Nanodegree ◄◄◄ -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Udacity | Google | Tech Entrepreneur | Tech Entrepreneur Nanodegree | Product Design | Validation and UX through Design Sprints | UX/UI Design
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Design Thinking for building software products is an iterative process in which we seek to understand the user, challenge assumptions, and redefine problems in an attempt to identify alternative strategies and solutions that might not be instantly apparent with our initial level of understanding. For more details visit : https://www.kreyonsystems.com/DesignThinking.aspx
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Jared M. Spool is a co-founder of Center Centre and the founder of UIE. In 2016, with Dr. Leslie Jensen-Inman, he opened Center Centre, a new design school in Chattanooga, TN to create the next generation of industry-ready UX Designers. In this episode, he hits on the topics of UX design’s coming of age, the true role design plays in a business, and dives into the details of what his design school is aiming to do differently. --- FOLLOW US Twitter: http://twitter.com/highrespodcast Facebook: http://facebook.com/highrespodcast iTunes: http://bit.ly/highresitunes Google Play: http://bit.ly/highresgoogle Get early access to the next episode: http://highresolution.design/early-access --- THANKS TO OUR PARTNERS Squarespace – Squarespace is a SaaS-based content management system offering a website builder, eCommerce, and domains. We're big fans of Squarespace, they're a must-have for startups, photographers, bloggers or hobbyists looking to put up a beautifully designed digital presence! Get 10% off your first purchase on Squarespace. http://bit.ly/sqspacesponsorlink InVision – InVision is the world's leading product design platform, powering the future of digital product design through our deep understanding of the dynamics of collaboration. Teams that build digital products are at a serious advantage when they use InVision's suite of prototyping tools. They're a great way of getting everyone on board. Get 3 full months on InVision FREE http://bit.ly/invisionpartner Searle Video – Searle Video is a creative studio based out of Portland, Oregon. They've helped the creative community tell stories for over 10 years. They've done advertisements, behind the scenes stories, and documentaries for companies like Slack, Intel, Adobe, Google and the XOXO festival. http://bit.ly/searlesponsor
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Design thinking is a process for creative problem solving. It utilizes elements from the designer's toolkit like empathy and experimentation to arrive at innovative solutions. By using design thinking, you make decisions based on what future customers really want instead of relying only on historical data or making risky bets based on instinct instead of evidence. Learn more at https://www.ideou.com --- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ideouonline/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/IDEOU LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/ideo-u
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FREE DESIGN SPRINT WEBCLASS - Sign up here: https://ajsmart.com/webclass GET YOUR COPY OF "DESIGN SPRINT AN INTRODUCTION" HERE: http://eepurl.com/Z8yef We get asked all the time, "what's the difference between Design Thinking and a Design Sprint?" So we thought we'd make a video about pasta to explain it :) So here's a ridiculous analogy for the difference between Design Thinking and a Design Sprint. Let us know what you think in the comments!! And Subscribe for more videos like this one :) Follow AJ&Smart on Instagram: @ajsmartdesign WE LOVE YOU!!
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Dr. Sara Beckman discusses design thinking, merging design and product development, creating transformative customer experiences and more in this InFocus Podcast. Dr. Beckman is the Program Director for the UC Berkeley Executive Education program, Product Management. Dr. Sara Beckman teaches new product development and manufacturing and operations management at the University of California’s Haas School of Business. In nearly twenty years at the Haas School, she has developed, institutionalized and directed the school’s Management of Technology Program, initiated new courses on design, entrepreneurship in biotechnology, and new product development, won four awards from MBA students for excellence in teaching, and received the Berkeley campus Distinguished Teaching Award. http://executive.berkeley.edu/programs/product-management
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InFocus Podcast with Dr. Sara Beckman. Dr. Beckman is the Program Director for the UC Berkeley Executive Education program, Product Management. Dr. Beckman teaches new product development and manufacturing and operations management at the University of California’s Haas School of Business. In nearly twenty years at the Haas School, she has developed, institutionalized and directed the school’s Management of Technology Program, initiated new courses on design, entrepreneurship in biotechnology, and new product development, won four awards from MBA students for excellence in teaching, and received the Berkeley campus Distinguished Teaching Award. http://executive.berkeley.edu/programs/product-management
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Join Emily, Tracy, and Brittany - Seesaw’s Product Team for an inside view of product design. Learn the steps in design thinking. We will show you how features of Seesaw are built, tested, and revised using Design Thinking. If you're interested in designing a new Seesaw class icon, we'll show you how you can get started on that project.
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Requirements-driven product definition is a sure-fire way to get 100% of the wrong product launched. The assumptions that requirements are based on are usually not accurate enough to determine the exact solution those requirements dictate. Instead, teams should focus on creating a series of hypotheses that define potential solutions to their business problem and then work together to learn which of these hypotheses are keepers and which ideas to kill. In this talk at the Lean IT Summit 2014, Jeff provides an overview of how to apply the ideas behind Lean UX and Design Thinking to project definition and planning. Learn more about Lean IT on www.lean-it-summit.com
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As human beings, we get used to "the way things are" really fast. But for designers, the way things are is an opportunity ... Could things be better? How? In this funny, breezy talk, the man behind the iPod and the Nest thermostat shares some of his tips for noticing — and driving — change. TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design -- plus science, business, global issues, the arts and much more. Find closed captions and translated subtitles in many languages at http://www.ted.com/talks/tony_fadell_the_first_secret_of_design_is_noticing Follow TED news on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/tednews Like TED on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TED Subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/TEDtalksDirector
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Learn how to plan, develop and deliver on all aspects of work in the lifecycle of digital products using lean, agile and systems design thinking. Take this course for free on edx.org: https://www.edx.org/course/product-management-lean-agile-system-bux-qd503x-0 Want to be the “CEO” of the digital product, but unsure which types of skillsets you may need? This course is for you. Product management drives the implementation of business models in startups and digital enterprises. Learn about the key decisions, underlying tradeoffs, and implementation decisions needed for each phase of the product life and master business and organizational logic to ensure product success in the marketplace. In this course, part of the Digital Product Management MicroMasters program, you will be introduced to frameworks for decision-making based on both economic and organizational considerations. These frameworks inform a rising product manager on how to: (i) understand customer co-creation, needs and become “a champion” for user centric development in the digital technologies. (ii) set up and manage specific work flows (e.g. either lean, agile or stage gate development tasks) that result in timely launch and upgrades of products. (iii) take a data and metrics driven approach to make product life cycle decisions including pricing, versioning, maintenance, helpdesks and end of life. (iv) shape the direction of the product based on experimentation and system design thinking by learning from product roadmaps, competitive considerations, and allied evolution of demand in digital markets. Caveat: This is not a course on software development or architecture or on product marketing. The role of a product manager is to work with these functions effectively, such that the interests of a product (e.g. its profitability) and its customers are best served. Thus, the perspectives and skills covered in this course are integrative, and allied with decision-making, in their orientation. What you'll learn Product line planning and road mapping alternatives Idea generation, customer need assessment, co-creation, definition and validation of minimal viable product (MVP) and allied set up of requirement documents Alternative approaches for lean, agile and waterfall development, along with the tools for assessing task, project and business risks (and risk mitigation strategies) at scrums or at stage gates. How to launch a product and create a go to market strategy to champion your product Performance Management: Ownership of product related profit (or loss) over various life cycle stages; how to track and optimize system performance metrics while marshalling of social media and third party data towards performance optimization
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During the first part of this exclusive webcast event we welcome Eric Ries, @ericries, author of New York Times bestseller "The Lean Startup" for a fireside chat with Jeff Gothelf @jboogie, author of "Lean UX" and learn the story behind "Lean UX" and how the material was chosen for the book. During the second portion you will learn how requirements-driven product definition is a sure-fire way to get 100% of the wrong product launched. The assumptions that requirements are based on are usually not accurate enough to determine the exact solution those requirements dictate. Instead, teams should focus on creating a series of hypotheses that define potential solutions to their business problems and then work together to learn which of these hypotheses are keepers and which ideas to kill. In this webcast, Jeff Gothelf author of Lean UX, will provide an overview of how to apply the ideas behind Lean UX and Design Thinking to project definition and planning. Using a series of case studies from large companies such as Paypal, TheLadders, and Sesame Street as well as a few select startups, Jeff will cover: how recognizing your assumptions increases the speed of finding the right solutions why cross-functional, collaborative teams bring better products to market faster why managing towards outcomes generates better solutions how a Lean UX approach, coupled with Design Thinking, brings out the entire team's creative insights About Jeff Gothelf Jeff Gothelf is a designer & Agile practitioner. He is a leading voice on the topics of Agile UX & Lean UX and a highly sought-after international speaker. He is currently a Managing Director in Neo's New York City office. Previously, Jeff has led teams at TheLadders, Publicis Modem, WebTrends, Fidelity, & AOL. About Eric Ries Eric Ries is an entrepreneur and author of the New York Times bestseller The Lean Startup: How Today's Entrepreneurs Use Continuous Innovation to Create Radically Successful Business, published by Crown Business. He graduated in 2001 from Yale University with a B.S. in Computer Science. While an undergraduate, he co-founded Catalyst Recruiting. Ries continued his entrepreneurial career as a Senior Software Engineer at There.com, leading efforts in agile software development and user-generated content. He later co-founded and served as CTO of IMVU, his third startup. In 2007, BusinessWeek named Ries one of the Best Young Entrepreneurs of Tech. In 2008 he served as a venture advisor at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers before moving on to advise startups independently. Today he serves on the board of directors for Code for America and on the advisory board of a number of technology startups and venture capital firms. In 2009, Ries was honored with a TechFellow award in the category of Engineering Leadership. In 2010, he was named entrepreneur-in-residence at Harvard Business School and is currently an IDEO Fellow. The Lean Startup methodology has been written about in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Harvard Business Review, Inc., Wired, Fast Company, and countless blogs. He lives in San Francisco with his wife, Tara. Produced by: Yasmina Greco
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In this episode of the Product Design Show, Vince and Allison explore the last two components of design thinking, integrative thinking and experimentalism, and explain why those two elements are crucial to the whole process. To see Creo Parametric in action, go to http://www.ptc.com/go/creoparametric
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Problem = living in a food desert. Solution = using technology to solve human problems. Born overseas in India and growing up in the South Bay, Suresh found his love for design last year. As a User Experience Designer, his job is to talk to people, listen to the problems they have, and use technology to solve those problems. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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The 57th edition of FAYA:80 Trivandrum, Applying Design Thinking into Product Development, is all set for 7th February. Sony Bronson of Allon will be leading the event. Take a look. Registration Link: https://faya-port80-57.eventbrite.com
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