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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.
OpenIDEO Relaunched on OI Engine
Getting Hired at IDEO
Empathy on the Edge
IDEO is expanding the power of design thinking by helping organizations to scale and sustain empathy. Find out how here.
Harvard Business Review IDEO's Helping Culture
Harvard Business Review
Winners announced in OpenIDEO’s Creative Confidence Challenge
OpenIDEO, IDEO’s open innovation platform, announces the winners in the Creative Confidence challenge that explored the question, “How Might We Inspire Young People to Cultivate their Creative Confidence?” Nine winners stemming from over 1,000 inspirations and 600 ideas were chosen ranging from a toolkit for creative confidence enablers to an online platform that structures creative opportunities through games.
Off the Record is Live
Off The Record, an eclectic compilation of original IDEOer tracks, is live for all to enjoy. Share with your friends and rock on!
Creative Confidence in Süddeutsche Zeitung
New Bike Saddle for Brooks England in the News
Creative Confidence on Slate
In this six part series, Slate Magazine explores Creative Confidence, the new book from IDEO’s Tom and David Kelley. Read about Doug Dietz and his work for GE redesigning the MRI experience for children, the value of rapid prototyping, what Steve Jobs taught us about creative confidence, and the trick to inventing a better ice cream scoop for Zyliss.
More at Slate‘s blog The Eye.