Posts tagged process

Changing Behavior

Behavior

We’re stubborn creatures. Our behaviors – good and bad – are hard to change. This can be frustrating for those of us in the business of offering people new products and services; “if they would just use this, their lives would be so much better!”
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The hidden skill: thinking in systems

Design started as an aesthetic activity. Industrial designers were frequently called upon to “do the plastics” and wrap components in a pretty shell. But even before the design thinking madness took over, designers have been advancing their purview and perspective, and exploring more and more of design problems and opportunities.
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Design Is A Mess.

Design is muddy and frustrating and wonderful. The artifacts we create during the process are sloppy and incomplete and fleeting. And for all of our efforts to jam creativity into the confines of business, design floats on the brink of manageability, hanging in the balance between being a driver of innovation and total chaos.
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