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The Craze for Design Thinking: Roots, A Critique, and toward an Alternative
(Common Ground Publishing., 2011)
Favouring orientation to and the participation of design users in the design process, Design Thinking (DT) has a long lineage. With the Cold War’s end the Internet’s rise and Stanford University turn to teaching DT (2005), ...
(Beautiful Books, 2009-01)
People shouldn't feel guilty about your carbon footprint. The way to deal with global warming is to build a bigger, better energy supply – not to change behaviour at home and in the car. People are not addicted to energy, ...
Today nearly every workplace boasts codes of business ethics. But as far back as 1995/6, it was clear that ethics were a symptom of a wider aversion to risk
(Design Week, 1989-09-22)
Interview with Saul Bass (1920 –1996), one of America's very top post-war graphic designers
The apostle of Cool
Interview with Dieter Rams, the crusading German designer of Braun products and much besides
Hess is more
(Design Week, 1989-11-03)
Interview with the late Dick Hess, co-inventor of Paint By Numbers and one of the 20th century's greatest illustrators and graphic designers
Straddling both art and design: an interview with Milton Glaser
(Design Week, 1990-04-20)
Milt Glaser put Bob Dylan in silhouette on a memorable poster (1967), and designed the red-hearted I Love NY logo (1975). Here he talks about his work
The Next Trend in Design
(Design Management Institute, 2011-10)
Just why are trends felt so trendy by designers nowadays? Where do trends really come from? How can we forecast the next trend, and be sure that it won’t simply be a transient fad? How can we make a simple, convincing, ...
Management speak in IT
Why is construction so backward?
(Wiley Academy, 2004)