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Design Thinking 101

Dawan Stanford

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Design Thinking 101 is part of how Fluid Hive helps people think and solve like a designer. You'll hear designers' stories, lessons, ideas, resources, and tips. Our guests share insights into delivering change and results with design thinking, service design, behavioral design, user experience design and more, in business, social innovation, education, design, government, healthcare and other fields.
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A Beginners Guide to Design Thinking: A-Z

Lucy Patterson & Tracy Sharp

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Aimed at design thinking newbies, and those who are curious about how they can use design thinking to boost their business and improve their lives. Join Lucy Patterson and Tracy Sharp - two Northern lasses who support business owners and individuals to use design thinking - as we empower you to think differently and get creative...without messing up your jumpers with crayons.
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Les Voix du Design Thinking

Ines Beatrix

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Les Voix du Design Thinking, le podcast pour réussir vos projets d’innovation. Dans ce podcast j’interviewe des anthropologues, designers, entrepreneurs, facilitateurs et créatifs, tous experts en innovation pour nous parler de leurs parcours, vision et expérience et nous éclairer sur les stratégies, pratiques, techniques et conseils que vous pourrez mettre en pratique.
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Design Soapbox - A Design Thinking Podcast

Daniel Herron - The design soapbox is a weekly podcast dedicated to discussing relevant design trends, topics interesting for their creative implications, illuminating bad user experience in everyday products, and asking questions about design, creativity

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Podcast by Daniel Herron - The design soapbox is a weekly podcast dedicated to discussing relevant design trends, topics interesting for their creative implications, illuminating bad user experience in everyday products, and asking questions about design, creativity
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This course will provide you with both knowledge of the Design Sprint process and the tools to use. To register for the full video course, visit: https://bit.ly/udemydesignsprint. —————————————————————— 💙 If you haven't yet, don't hesitate to follow me! —————————————————————— ◾ Web : https://www.ilaria-academy.com/ ◾ Youtube : http://bit.ly/2xwrpEf ◾ Medium : https://medium.com/@gilbertnzeka ◾ Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/GilbertNzeka ◾ Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/gilbertnze ...
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Do you want to make a change in your life, but don’t know where to start? If you’re curious about what goes into building well-designed products and inspired by living a well-designed life, product designers and former Googlers Hannah Chen and Lia Fetterhoff share their insights for both! In this ten episode series on Life Experience Design, we move through the four phases: Discover, Define, Design, and Deliver. Join our newsletter on lifeexperience.design and follow us on Instagram (@lifeex ...
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Real People is a podcast hosted by Jason Dunstone, the founder and managing director of Square Holes. Jason builds on his 25 years of conducting human-centred research, interviewing average and not so average people (rich, poor, old, young, content and vulnerable) to understand what they believe and how they behave. On this podcast, Jason interviews academics, researchers, leading thinkers, and other interesting people. Jason also interviews “actual real people” about their passions, aspirat ...
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Wann sind Pausen hilfreich für die Kreativität und Effizienz und wann verursachen sie genau das Gegenteil? Dieser Frage gehen wir in dieser Episode nach und probieren es selbst aus und legen eine „kreative Pause“ ein. Weiterführende Links: Ingrid auf Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ingridgerstbach/…
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David Lemus is an independent design strategist with engineering roots working with organizations to empower teams to be customer obsessed and have a culture of iterative learning. He has designed and facilitated dozens of design thinking workshops across Fortune 500 companies, non-profit and government organizations. David is also currently an adj…
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Es gibt sie, die Räume aus der Hölle. Und manchmal wurde fast alles richtig gemacht, aber eine kleine Sache übersehen. Wir bringen Beispiele, was solche Räume mit unserer Kreativität machen und was wir tun können, damit wir uns in Räumen wohlfühlen und produktiv sind.Ingrid Gerstbach
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Liz Chen is Design Thinking Lead at Innovate Carolina, the unit dedicated to innovation, entrepreneurship, and economic development at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Liz is also a co-author of The Experimentation Field Book, a practical how-to guide on rigorously testing assumptions and concepts. We talk about teaching and applyin…
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Dr. Lesley-Ann Noel is an Afro-Trinidadian design educator and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Design Studies at North Carolina State University. Lesley promotes greater critical awareness among designers and design students by introducing critical theory concepts and vocabulary into the design studio. We talk about questioning design p…
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Victor Udoewa works in the Office of Public Health Data Surveillance and Technology at the CDC. Previously, he worked at the Small Business Innovation Research and Small Business Technology Transfer programs at NASA, as well as at 18F and Google. We talk about his journey into design and leadership, the role of design in the civic space, radical pa…
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In this episode Support the show Aimed at design thinking newbies, and those who are curious about how they can use design thinking to boost their business and improve their lives. Join Lucy Patterson and Tracy Sharp - two Northern lasses who support business owners and individuals to use design thinking - as we empower you to think differently and…
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Dans cet épisode, préparez-vous à être surpris ! Non seulement parce que vous allez découvrir comment le SEO et les biais cognitifs, jouent un rôle critique dans notre expérience utilisateur et celles de nos clients mais aussi parce que Myriam nous fera voir le monde à travers ses yeux d’experts, en nous décortiquant la campagne du film Barbie à tr…
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Pinar Guvenc is a partner at the award-winning global design studio SOUR, where she leads design innovation strategy. Pinar is also a member of the faculty at Parsons School of Design, and she serves on the Board of Directors at Open Style Lab, a National Design Award-winning nonprofit organization initiated at MIT, with the purpose of making style…
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In this episode we Support the show Aimed at design thinking newbies, and those who are curious about how they can use design thinking to boost their business and improve their lives. Join Lucy Patterson and Tracy Sharp - two Northern lasses who support business owners and individuals to use design thinking - as we empower you to think differently …
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In dieser Episode geht es um die Vorbereitung eines Design-Thinking-Workshops. Wir besprechen, worüber du dir im Vorfeld klar sein solltest, wenn du einen erfolgreichen Design Thinking Workshop durchführen willst und welche Dinge du unbedingt vorbereiten solltest.Ingrid Gerstbach
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Justin is an internationally-renowned design leader, author and speaker from Chicago. You'll often find him at AIGA's speaking events, he’s been interviewed in Forbes magazine and Medium's "Forge" publication, and he writes articles for Aquent, CEO World Magazine, and A List Apart. He speaks internationally on culture and design, and today on the s…
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In this episode we discover whether 'X' really does mark the spot, as we explain more about the 'Define' stage of the design thinking process. Support the show Aimed at design thinking newbies, and those who are curious about how they can use design thinking to boost their business and improve their lives. Join Lucy Patterson and Tracy Sharp - two …
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In dieser Episode beschäftigen wir uns mit der außergewöhnlichen Physikerin und Chemikerin Marie Curie. Ihr Name ist zu einem Symbol für weibliche Intellektuelle und Wissenschaftlerinnen geworden. Sie wird oft als eine der größten Wissenschaftlerinnen der Geschichte betrachtet.Ingrid Gerstbach
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Scott Shigeoka is an internationally-recognized curiosity expert, speaker, and the author of SEEK: How Curiosity Can Transform Your Life and Change the World. He is known for translating research into strategies that promote wellbeing and connected relationships around the globe, including at the University of California Berkeley's Greater Good Sci…
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In this episode, we uncover a few of the reasons why workshops can be innovation and creative goldmines when you're looking to solve a problem, make a decision, or whenever you have a challenge ahead of yourself or your team. We look at how design thinking workshops are actually more likely to produce iterational innovation, than the transformation…
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In this episode we're joined by Lara Doherty, Founder of The Motivation Clinic, and Author of The Mighty Book of Motivation. Adept at using the power of visualisation, with a particular interest in the power of vision boards to fuel your achievements and help you reach your goals, Lara explains how she now pays this power forward to others. Visuali…
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Im Design Thinking ist der wichtigste Teil, sich zunächst einen Überblick über die Herausforderungen zu verschaffen, bevor man nach Lösungen sucht. In dieser Folge zeigen wir euch, welche Probleme es mit dem Denken in Lösungen gibt, warum Menschen so gerne in Lösungen denken und was ihr tun könnt, um das nicht zu machen.…
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Natalie Foley has over 20 years of experience leading teams in designing and launching new products, programs, and strategies across the private, public, and not-for-profit sectors. Recently, she joined Opportunity at Work, where she builds, tests, and launches new services to help rewire the labor market for the 71 million workers in America whose…
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In this episode we welcome the inimitible Christine Hemphill from Open Inclusion. With a background in design, Christine now specialises in inclusive product design, with a particular interest in age and disability. From retail to banking, healthcare to transport, Christine's knowledge, understanding and desire to disrupt the product design sector …
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