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Design and Innovation

By Gregory Wilson

Introduction

Learn how to use design and innovation thinking and tools to create new products, and services.

Gregory Wilson — PhD Student at UGA in Learning, Design, and Technology. Interested in developing T-shaped engineers. Thinking ...

2 The product design sprint: a five-day recipe for startups

The sprint gives teams a shortcut to learning without building and launching. The sprint is a five-day process for answering critical business questions through design, prototyping, and testing ideas with customers. Developed at Google Ventures, it's a "greatest hits" of business strategy, innovation, behavior science, design thinking, and more - packaged into a battle-tested process that any team can use.

3 Ewan McIntosh | Digital Media & Learning

Digital land knows no boundaries of space, time or geography. The effect on learning in the past three years, in particular, has been profound, though not necessarily on learning in schools. More have arguably expanded their horizons through 20 minutes of TED Talks than 20 minutes of most chalk and talks or classroom activities. Apply the principles of digital development

4 Mentorship Is Vital To Driving Innovation

The following is a reblog from Startup America's blog. This post was authored by Matt Hunt. Hunt has spent the better part of the last decade leading innovation for a Fortune 500 retailer and is now a professional writer, speaker, consultant, and founder of Stanford and Griggs, LLC. Follow Matt on his blog or connect with him on Twitter and

5 How One Do-Gooder Startup Is Using Storytelling To Get People To Care About Its Brand

Most of the brands that tout social good as one of their selling points-think Warby Parker and Toms Shoes -realize that storytelling is important. Customers want to know, for instance, how their new glasses are helping to also get glasses to people in need; the company's do-gooder mission is probably why they chose the Warby Parker brand in the first

6 Strategy by Design

It's remarkable how often business strategy, the purpose of which is to direct action toward a desired outcome, leads to just the opposite: stasis and confusion. Strategy should bring clarity to an organization; it should be a signpost for showing people where you, as their leader, are taking them-and what they need to do to get there. But the tools

7 Storyboard Activity

Storyboarding is a technique you can use to help you visualize how you want to communicate your message, whether that's through the medium of video, graphics, or even text. In this activity you will create a storyboard to express an idea and share it with a partner for feedback. Time: 30 minutes Tools + Materials: Instructions: 1. On a Post-it

9 How Positive Thinking Can Make You a Better Problem Solver

Bouncing back: Punching bags are good at it; humans, less so. A growing body of evidence, though, suggests you can ward off tailspins by building up your reserves of the best antidote to adversity: positive emotions, the hidden engine of resilience.

10 4 Ways You Can Innovate Better, According to Neuroscience

"The amygdalae are two small almond-shaped structures in the brain that among other things, monitor environmental and social threats"Today, we finish our conversation with Janet Crawford, a leading authority on how neuroscience can enhance business success. Follow these links to read part 1 and part 2 of this interview. In this part, she provides four practical steps you can follow

13 Never Brainstorm with a

Consider the following two statements: You can do anything you want. You can do anything you want with this box of colored pencils. Like most option-obsessed humans, you might prefer the limitless potential of the first statement. And like most creatives, you might believe this "blank slate" is an essential element of your ideation process. But Will Turnage, VP of

14 Why Innovators Love Constraints

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15 How Design Thinking Could Help Solve the Skills Gap

This story is the final in a six part editorial series exploring the balance between student learning and job skills. We're asking leaders and thinkers in education and technology fields: Can America educate its way out of the skills gap? This series is brought to you by GOOD, with support from Apollo Group. Learn more about our efforts to bridge

16 Our point of view

The d.school is a hub for innovators at Stanford. Students and faculty in engineering, medicine, business, law, the humanities, sciences, and education find their way here to take on the world's messy problems together. Human values are at the heart of our collaborative approach. We focus on creating spectacularly transformative learning experiences. Along the way, our students develop a process

17 Use our methods

We have put together a collection of methods for folks new to design thinking. See these "Get Started" methods on the right, which have proved to be most useful for folks as they're running through their first few design cycles. These methods are a subset of the Bootcamp Bootleg (see below). For all the resources on this page, you're welcome

19 A Crash Course on Creativity

With the power to cross borders and languages, music serves as a compelling tool for unlocking creative potential. Creativity: Music to My Ears is a six week course designed to explore several factors that stimulate creativity in individuals, teams, and organizations. In each session we will focus on a different variable related to creativity, such as reframing problems, connecting and

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