My point of view: nice primer
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- Sharing matters even more than before! My top ten from slideshare
- ‘Next Economy’ – Freicoin – P2P Foundation
- Nesta’s the open book of social innovation
- ‘Next Economy’ – Shareable: The Rise of the Sharing Communities
- The Progressive Global Sharing Economy
- The intention economy next to my last yearlist bests.
Written and edited by Lucy Kimbell and Joe Julier, it is a resource for social innovators and entrepreneurs who want to use approaches based in design and ethnography.
Sharing this menu is an intervention into current debates about the extent to which toolkits can really help communicate practices based in design and ethnography and make them available to non-specialists. Other recent toolkits and resources to support design and innovation include Frog Design’s Collective Action Toolkit, and NESTA’s Prototyping Framework, and IDEO’s Human Centred Design Toolkit, as well as other resources which focus more on products such as the d-school’s Bootcamp Bootleg.
Where the Social Design Methods Menu is distinctive is
- its combination of approaches from design, management and the social sciences
- its testing and iterating in the field in particular through teaching MBA students at Said Business School as well as social innovators and entrepeneurs
- its view that a toolkit probably can’t do much on its own, without new behaviours, cognitive frameworks and new values, and an attention to leadership and collective action, accompanied by a recognition that using tools changes the user and vice versa
This document is in perpetual beta – we welcome feedback and may eventually release a future version, should resources allow. In the meantime please share with us your uses and modifications and criticisms.
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- Introducing frog’s Collective Action Toolkit
- Groups Make Change: Creating frog’s Collective Action Toolkit
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Written and edited by Lucy Kimbell and Joe Julier, it is a resource for social innovators and entrepreneurs who want to use approaches based in design and ethno…
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- The Role of Design and “Design Thinking” in Philanthropy
- How to use social data to be a better business
- Alternative Power Sources for Out-of-Gas Content Marketers
- SocialMediaDesign – Infographic: How Social Media Impacts Purchasing Decisions…
- SocialMediaDesign – Social Media Revolution: Revitalizing Modern Business
- Next! (Part 3.)
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Mike Atherton’s talk from EuroIA 2012 in Rome. How product designers should understand the basics of brand theory to build a differentiated proposition, values and personality into the heart of the digital product experience.
From Samantha Starmer
Design for Cross Channel – UX Week 2012 Workshop
Slides 18-66 used in prior presentations, slides 77-160 largely from other presentations, but a few new example
My point of view: brands are not always aiming for delight. But, a brand driven design and a cross channel design is imperative nowadays! And driven is something else than centric (h.t Doc Searls).
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- The Retail Organization of the Future
- Design Management 6. Design & Innovation
- How to communicate your brand value
- Brand as Context in Interaction Design | UX Magazine
- Why not create a ‘branded experience’?
- Digital Shopper Relevancy – Capgemini’s deck for Dreamforce
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