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11 great free UI kits for web designers

There are so many great examples of UI design on the web that some may think it's easy to create an attractive, easy to use interface. But as any web …

Co-Creation of Government Services

<i>Fig. 1. Proposed approach towards co-creating services for citizens</i><p>As part of our proposed framework on Building Smarter Cities, a set of activities …

Design Thinking for Social Good: An Interview with David Kelley

<i>David Kelley is the founder of IDEO and the Stanford d.school</i><p>David Kelley shares the IDEO Design Process<p><b>Avi Solomon:</b> Were the seeds of your future …

Robotic Toy Blocks Beautiful Enough For Design Nerds

Robotic blocks are usually the province of computer geeks, but two Norwegian design students took it upon themselves to change that for a recent class project.<p>Lars Marcus Vedeler and Ola Vågsholm’s toy kit, dubbed Olars, was inspired by a project in the 1990s by Karl Sims, “Evolved Virtual …

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Design Thinking Is A Failed Experiment. So What’s Next?

Bruce Nussbaum, one of Design Thinking’s biggest advocates, is moving on to something new. Here, he begins defining “Creative Quotient.”<p>The decade of Design Thinking is ending and I, for one, am moving on to another conceptual framework: Creative Intelligence, or CQ. I am writing a book about …

Lessons Learned — Why the Failure of Systems Thinking Should Inform the Future of Design Thinking

"You never learn by doing something right ‘cause you already know how to do it. You only learn from making mistakes and correcting them." Russell Ackoff<p>“You never learn by doing something right ‘cause you already know how to do it. You only learn from making mistakes and correcting them.”<br>Russell …

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