1. Explore the Future of Design Management with the DCC at DMI London - SAP User Experience Community →

    Meet us the 19th DMI: Academic Design Management Conference in London next week. The topic this year is “Design Management in an Era of Disruption”, therefore we will try out our new Scenario Thinking-Leporello with the participants. Stay tuned for more after the conference.

  2. What a Peruvian School Designed by IDEO Looks Like (EdSurge News) →

  3. For a project I was looking for an explanation about the heroes journey. Browsing through the internet I found this really beautiful visualization.

  4. This is a little project we did at the SAP Design and Co-Innovation Center during the time of Movember 2013. The Design Thinking leporello helps facilitators to explain what Design Thinking is. You can read more about it and download our design thinking leporello from our BLOG.

  5. Absolutely great blog about design thinking process visualizations.
For whoever saw the movie “Miles Electric”. I think Miles Davis has said something about his own music that applies as well to what is called design thinking: "Call it anything"!
(via designfuckingthinking)

    Absolutely great blog about design thinking process visualizations.

    For whoever saw the movie “Miles Electric”. I think Miles Davis has said something about his own music that applies as well to what is called design thinking: "Call it anything"!

    (via designfuckingthinking)

  6. SAP in Bangalore hat Glück - tolle Mitarbeiter →

    A nice article about my friend and colleague Lucky from Bangalore.

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  7. Very nice explanation of what innovation is. (by David Brier, via Hiong from The Dot Connect)

  8. A product is not a set of screens — it’s the stories those screens enable.

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    this is good.

    via thoughtyoushouldseethis:

    Story-centered Design: Hacking Your Brain To Think Like A User is a great story by Google Ventures partner, Braden Kowitz. In it, he outlines his process for managing the complexity inherent in interaction design projects, and describes how he has moed away from a screen-based approach to one that focuses on narrative and storytelling. Easier said than done, of course, and the four ways he outlines aren’t the only ways to think about this issue, but it’s an important topic that more would do well to think about seriously. After all, the impact of a more holistic approach to design can be profound.

    [Story via Erik Van Crimmin]

    (via redesignfw)

    Disrupteneurs are foremost innovative storytellers.

    (via disrupteneurs)

    One of the reasons why it makes sense to employ people with a background in literature and narrative theory for your design team!

  9. http://blog.modelminds.nl/?p=7576 →

  10. This is a really nice visualization of what Service Design is. (created by Yosef Shuman, via SDN)

  11. Welcome to Entrepreneur Toolbox | Entrepreneur Toolbox →

    Another toolbox for entrepreneurs to apply design methods in order to create meaningful products.

  12. Ashoka celebrates empathy! Let’s celebrate together!!!

    (via A Simple Empathy Exercise You Can Use at Home or at School | Start Empathy)

  13. Andrew Allison & Matt Stuart: 6 Ways To Design a Great Culture →

  14. WISDIM on Strikingly →

    Another interesting toolset for ceating new businesses, services and products.

  15. The Creative Enterprise Toolkit | Nesta →

    Another cool toolset for creative work. You can buy the hard copy or download the PDF.