When Seattle Cancer Care Alliance prepares to build a new immunotherapy clinic, their first stop is an old Sears warehouse. There, using 8′ cardboard panels, staff and patients get a chance to shape the space into something no architect could have designed alone.
SHINE is a collaborative film project produced by BIZNIK.com, an online networking community for micro business owners and solopreneurs. The project began on May 6, 2009 when 12 video crews and over 400 entrepreneurs gathered in Seattle’s largest film production studio to share why they work long hours, for low pay, facing great uncertainty.
This document summarises the main approaches and methods developed over several years through teaching and supporting managers and entrepreneurs. It is something to read and something to use.It provides an introduction and manual for those looking for a new way to tackle social and policy issues, such as caring for the elderly or reducing worklessness among young people.
Design Council is a charity and is recognised as a leading authority on the use of strategic design. Established in 1944 to demonstrate the value of industrial design in reviving post-war Britain, Design Council is now an enterprising charity which works to improve people’s lives through the use of design.
AIGA Design for Good highlights opportunities of engagement for designers to build their practice, expand their network, and have hands-on leadership opportunities. Design for Good recognizes the wide range of designers’ work and hands-on leadership and professional development opportunities, which benefit the world, our country, and our communities.
The Collective Action Toolkit puts design-thinking tools into the hands of local change agents to transform communities. Frog’s fieldwork in Africa with the Nike Foundation revealed the need for a universal framework that empowers communities of all shapes and sizes to find and design their own solutions to any problem, any time.
From Agile to Scrum to Waterfall to Kanban, there are a variety of different project management frameworks. Some, like Scrum, follow a more rigid, structured methodology. Others, like Kanban, are easier to introduce and implement on top of existing processes. They all have pros and cons, so how do you know which one to choose?
This article will cover the differences between Agile vs Scrum vs Waterfall vs Kanban. We’ll talk about the advantages, disadvantages, stages, and when you should use each one.
Design Thinking is one of the more recent buzz words in the design community. In this introductory article, Gerd Waloszek, UX Design expert (retired) SAP AG, will investigate what Design Thinking is, what its main characteristics are, and take a look at the process and the methods associated with it. Gerd Waloszek also takes a brief look at the history of Design Thinking.