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A philosophical approach to innovation

I went out to a sushi dinner with a close friend the other day, and after we were done raving about the freshness and deliciousness of the food, our conversation turned to its visual appeal. We both agreed that the … Continue reading

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Of Systems Thinking and User-Centered Design

  On Monday Ken Warman and I went at it again. We began this conversation many months ago, over breakfast at a hotel in Patna, in Bihar, but remained inconclusive, hanging, because the official meetings were about to begin. We’d … Continue reading

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Design Research versus Technology and Meaning Change: A Review

Recently, a paper was published by Professors Don Norman and Roberto Verganti on the subject of ‘Incremental and Radical Innovation’. The paper consists of a conversation between the two design thinkers upon the role of design research as a driver … Continue reading

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