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Design thinking : understand - improve - apply.

Publisher: Berlin : Springer Berlin, 2013.
Series: Understanding Innovation
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

In 2008, the HPI-Stanford Design Thinking Research Program was initiated, a venture that encourages multidisciplinary teams to investigate various phenomena of innovation in its technical, business,  Read more...


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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
ISBN: 9783642266386 364226638X
OCLC Number: 852653200
Description: XXI, 236 Seiten : 50 schw.-w. Illustrationen, 26 schw.-w. Tabellen ; 235 x 155 mm.
Contents: Introductory Chapter: Thinking Research. - Part 1: Design Thinking in Various Contexts. - Design Thinking - A Fruitful Concept for IT Development?. - A Unified Innovation Process Model for Engineering Designers and Managers. - Product Differentiation by Aesthetic and Creative Design - A Psychological and Neural Framework of Design Thinking . - Part 2: Understanding Design Thinking. - Re-Representation: Affordances of Shared Models in Team-Based Design. - The Co-evolution of Theory and Practice in Design Thinking - or: "Mind the oddness trap!" . - Innovation and Culture: Exploring the Work of Designers across the Globe. - The Efficacy of Prototyping Under Time Constraints . - Part 3: Tools for Design Thinking. - An Instrument for Real-Time Design Interaction Capture and Analysis. - Tele-Board: Enabling Efficient Collaboration In Digital Design Spaces across Time and Distance . - Physicality in Distributed Design Collaboration . - Part 4: Design Thinking in Information Technology. - Bringing Design Thinking to Business Process Modeling. - Agile Software Development in Virtual Collaboration Environments. - Towards Next Generation Design Thinking: Scenario-Based Prototyping for Designing Complex Software Systems with Multiple Users . - List of Contributors
Series Title: Understanding Innovation


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