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OpenIDEO Wins a Silver Lovie
The International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences
David Kelley Featured in the San Francisco Chronicle
San Francisco Chronicle
The front page of Sunday’s San Francisco Chronicle captures David’s life through the lens of unlocking creativity, classic cars, and making an impact.
The Wall Street Journal on Creative Confidence
The Wall Street Journal
Tim Brown Speaks at MIT Media Lab
MIT Media Lab
IDEO and Rock Lobster Cycles win Oregon Manifest Bicycle Challenge
The Oregon Manifest Creative Collaborations Bicycle Challenge has come to a close with the announcement of the People’s Choice winner. Voters chose Faraday, the bike designed and built by IDEO and Rock Lobster Cycles. Read more about the Faraday here. A journal of the bike’s build over the past eight months can be found on Core77.
IDEO.org in the Chronicle of Philanthropy
The Chronicle of Philanthropy
Patrice Martin explains that IDEO.org‘s approach to design starts with learning about the lives, needs, and aspirations of the people who will eventually use the products being designed, instead of making assumptions. The article highlights the new products and services for in-home sanitation IDEO developed with Water & Sanitation for the Urban Poor (WSUP) and Unilever for city dwellers in Ghana.
IDEO’s Synthetic Biology Work Featured on Fast Company
James Moed in Hong Kong’s Banking Today magazine
James Moed’s “Retail Banks Turning to Design,” is included in the Sept.-Oct. issue of Banking Today, a publication of the Hong Kong Institute of Bankers. In this three-page spread, James writes about rethinking retail banking from the customers’ point of view and how international banks are recognizing good design as a critical element to their retail banking products and services.