Monthly Archives: May 2011

Density Design

Density Design has sprung from the Politecnico Di Milano. They explore the intersection of communication design, information visualisation, and complex systems. They have suggested the name ‘Space for Actions’ for this emergent field. Have a look at some of their

Density Design

Density Design has sprung from the Politecnico Di Milano. They explore the intersection of communication design, information visualisation, and complex systems. They have suggested the name ‘Space for Actions’ for this emergent field. Have a look at some of their

Design Education

I’ve been focussing a lot of my Design research on David Kelley, Charles Owen, and Roberto Verganti. Each of them are affiliated with design schools or universities around the world, so here’s a quick look at how each designer’s views

Design Education

I’ve been focussing a lot of my Design research on David Kelley, Charles Owen, and Roberto Verganti. Each of them are affiliated with design schools or universities around the world, so here’s a quick look at how each designer’s views

Design Dialogues

Over at Design Dialogues, Peter Jones is encouraging a discussion about the changing role and methods of design. He’s created an open forum for discussion that leads back into industry and publications. His areas of Interest are: Dialogic Design Sensemaking Design

Design Dialogues

Over at Design Dialogues, Peter Jones is encouraging a discussion about the changing role and methods of design. He’s created an open forum for discussion that leads back into industry and publications. His areas of Interest are: Dialogic Design Sensemaking Design

More From Hugh Dubberly

Since my last post about Dubberly’s innovation model I’ve been trawling through there website (there’s lots of great stuff on there). I came across this article ‘Models of Models’ from Interactions Magazine by Hugh Dubberly. I think this article will

More From Hugh Dubberly

Since my last post about Dubberly’s innovation model I’ve been trawling through there website (there’s lots of great stuff on there). I came across this article ‘Models of Models’ from Interactions Magazine by Hugh Dubberly. I think this article will

Dubberly Design

Dubberly Design talk about, and very interestingly, visualise the innovation process. They call it the holy grail of contemporary society, and increasingly, the roles of design and innovation are overlapping. Innovation is creating a new paradigm. It’s not getting better at

Dubberly Design

Dubberly Design talk about, and very interestingly, visualise the innovation process. They call it the holy grail of contemporary society, and increasingly, the roles of design and innovation are overlapping. Innovation is creating a new paradigm. It’s not getting better at

Design Thinking

I’ve just started reading ‘Change By Design’ by Tim Brown (of IDEO). He opens the book with the picture below. I think it does a great job of visualising a complex and emergent field, and making the relationships within it

Design Thinking

I’ve just started reading ‘Change By Design’ by Tim Brown (of IDEO). He opens the book with the picture below. I think it does a great job of visualising a complex and emergent field, and making the relationships within it

Edward Tufte

Here’s a nice quote from Edward Tufte’s book ‘Envisioning Information’ To envision information – and what bright and splendid visions can result – is to work at the intersection of image, word, number, art. You can find a description of

Edward Tufte

Here’s a nice quote from Edward Tufte’s book ‘Envisioning Information’ To envision information – and what bright and splendid visions can result – is to work at the intersection of image, word, number, art. You can find a description of