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Shaping a School System, From The Ground Up
The New York Times
The New York Times spotlights IDEO’s work with Innova Schools to design a school system in Peru from the ground up. The article looks at how “increasingly design companies like IDEO are being asked to build complex systems for businesses, governments and non profit organizations”. For the full article click here.
FOCUS Talks With Tom and David About Creative Confidence
Designs On— Aging Launches
Wall Street Journal Digits, Fast Company, DesignBoom and Slate
Redesigning the School Lunch Experience
Wired and DesignBoom
Nikkei Explores Brainstorming
Nikkei Business Online
A Light Installation That Can Visualize Any Data Stream
Wired and Engadget
Straits Times and Tim Brown Discuss Design
The Straits Times
Kontakter and Axel Unger on the Customer Experience
W&V Kontakter Magazine
Tom Kelley Talks About Japan’s Innovation Path
Nihon Keizai Shimbun
BusinessWeek Talks to Sandy Speicher About Education in Peru
David Aycan and Paolo Lorenzoni write on the art of prototyping for HBR
Harvard Business Review
New Work from The Royal Academy of Arts and IDEO
Royal Academy of Arts
The Royal Academy of Arts talks about how they have worked with IDEO to change their website - as a first step. This is just part of ambitious plans to open up the Academy to provide new ways to engage with art and artists.
German Capital talks with Tom & David Kelley
As part of a 10-page feature on design thinking, business magazine Capital interviews Tom and David Kelley in our Munich studio. The reporter also spoke to IDEO client Swiss Life about the design of One100, a completely new venture for the organization. And Ravensburger, a leader in games, puzzles and children’s book, talks about tiptoi, the digital audio learning system that IDEO helped develop.
For the interview with Tom and David, go here
Read the full 10-page feature here
Paul Bennett on Making Time for Creativity
The New York Times
Sungene Ryang talks with Nikkei Newspaper about IDEO and Japanese Design
Nikkei, Japan’s most influential national newspaper interviewed Sungene about how IDEO has reigned in the world of design for the past 20+ years. After detailing our human-centered approach, Sungene describes how Japan is a great source of inspiration for designers around the world and reveals how IDEO hopes to help Japanese companies to reconnect with their creative confidence. This is the first of a series of five articles on IDEO to be published in 2014. Read the English translated version here.