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LiveMint’s Excellent Video Coverage of Design Public

Jacob Koshy and Shruti Chakraborty from LiveMint attended and covered the Design Public Conclave on the 20th of April in New Delhi, and created this video synopsis of the event, based on panel discussions as well as interviews with key … Continue reading

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Beyond Technology: Creating a Collaborative Innovation Platform in India

Reflecting on the theme of Design Public III, I had earlier blogged about the significance of civil society participation to promote an inclusive innovation culture in India. Many participants of the conclave emphasized the need for a more democratic approach … Continue reading

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Reimagining Rural Innovation (Part 1)

We finally launched the Bihar Innovation Lab (B.I.L.) at Design Public III; I must admit it has been a long and worthy wait. We’d taken the first step towards improving maternal and child healthcare with the creation of this lab. … Continue reading

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Design Public III: An Overview in Pictures

What really happened at the third edition of Design Public? In many ways, it was all much more than we can wrap our heads around. While more reflective accounts of the day will soon follow, this is a quick overview … Continue reading

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Media Coverage of Design Public III

This time around, we’ve received far more media coverage than in either of the previous two editions of Design Public. While a lot of the coverage has focused on the launch of the Bihar Innovation Lab, we have also had … Continue reading

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Panel 4: What Do We Need to Do To Build an Innovation Society?

It has become a tradition at various editions of Design Public for us to use the final session of the day to reflect on the many idea that have come out in various panels and breakout sessions and to ask … Continue reading

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Concluding Plenary: What do we need to do to build an innovation society?

Design Public is not merely an exercise of the mind in the theory of innovation and the ideal of an innovation society. In the first three panels the challenges, needs, and goals of India’s development as an innovation society will … Continue reading

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Breakout Sessions at the Design Public Conclave

The structure of the Design Public Conclave has always included a morning full of panel discussions which are then followed by an afternoon of breakout sessions. Participants split up into smaller groups and discuss a specific problem from an innovation … Continue reading

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On the Architecture of Design Public

Last year, when we held our first event in New Delhi, we wanted to have a real conversation on innovation, and sought out a venue where we might be actually be able sit together in a circle. This led us … Continue reading

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An Innovation Game for an Innovation Society

Luke Hohmann propagated the idea of an “Innovation Game.” An innovation game in its classic form is nothing but primary market research that engages customers in games to seek feedback on product launches. But what is most unique about Innovation … Continue reading

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