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  1. BlogOlivia Vagelos

    6 Ways to Practice Design Thinking in Service of a Mind-Blowing Meal

    It's not just for your 9-to-5. Here's how to design think your dinner.
  2. BlogJeremy Raider & Andrea Rabinelli

    A New Tool for Testing Your Design Concepts Ethically

    Design research at scale requires ethics at scale
  3. BlogVirginia Martinez

    An IDEO Recruiter’s 3 Strategies for Writing a Better Resume

    How to avoid rewriting your resume over and over (and over and over and over)
  4. BlogSaige Perry

    10 Exercises to Build Your Creative Confidence

    Activities to help you approach challenges from a new perspective
  5. BlogMarcelle van Beusekom

    The 4 “Love Languages” of Design

    Techniques to ensure your audience will fall in love with your idea
  6. BlogBen Swire

    To Become a Better Designer, Make Time for Make Believe

    Silly as it sounds, it’ll make you better at your day job
  7. BlogMatt Visco & Ramon Marc

    Nervous About What You Don't Know? Grab Your Friends and Plan a Workshop

    How two designers gathered their colleagues to learn the ins and outs of machine learning
  8. BlogTom Kelley

    Build Your Creative Confidence: The Wallet Exercise

    Exercises to help you unleash your creative potential from David and Tom Kelley’s best-selling book, Creative ConfidenceT
  9. BlogSophy Lee

    Designing a Custom Font From Real Flowers

    How I used my design skills to say thank you and inspire others
  10. BlogGrace Nicklin

    How One Designer Learned to Love Constraints

    Getting nap-trapped by a newborn will do that to you
  11. BlogJayme Brown

    Why Everyone at the Office Should Care About Workplace Culture

    Culture is more than snacks and perks—it impacts the bottom line
  12. BlogRyan Cranfill

    Serverless Computing: the Instapot of Digital Problem Solving

    How this technology is like making chili—sort of
  13. BlogLuca Ponticelli

    Thoughtless Acts: Glove Compartment

    The intuitive ways we adapt and react to things in our environments
  14. BlogSaige Perry

    7 Experiments That Push the Edges of AI and Design

    Designers at IDEO are constantly exploring the possibilities—and potential pitfalls—of a future where humans and machines are ever more entangled
  15. BlogDavid Aycan & Sophie Chow

    Corporate Innovation Needs a Shakeup. Here’s a Blueprint.

    Use these steps to shift from one-and-done to repeated cycles of innovation
  16. BlogTom Kelley

    Build Your Creative Confidence: The Dream/Gripe Session

    Exercises to help you unleash your creative potential from David and Tom Kelley’s best-selling book, Creative Confidence
  17. BlogBrian Lange

    Inviting Algorithms to the Design Team

    How a graphic designer, a data scientist, and an algorithm teamed up to create an art exhibit
  18. BlogElger Oberwelz

    To Design a Better Future, Embrace the Uncomfortable

    5 prototypes that help us envision the tools & technologies of the future
  19. BlogOvetta Sampson & Michael Chapman

    AI Needs an Ethical Compass. This Tool Can Help.

    A new, downloadable set of cards for designing with data
  20. BlogSean Mulholland

    No Beards Allowed: Exploring Bias in Facial Recognition AI

    How a creative code experiment helped people understand the pros and cons of artificial intelligence
  21. BlogMike Godlewski

    When Was the Last Time You Listened to an Album From Start to Finish?

    How one designer is helping people reconnect to music
  22. BlogMollie West Duffy & Liz Fosslien

    The Best Managers Understand Their Employees’ Emotions—And Their Own

    5 tips for building a positive emotional culture at work
  23. BlogRachel Youngblade

    The 3 Mindsets of Great Interaction Designers

    These tools are just as important as a good portfolio or the ability to code
  24. BlogLuca Ponticelli

    Thoughtless Acts: Lovers’ Quarrel

    The intuitive ways we adapt and react to things in our environments
  25. BlogSangeetha Santhanam

    5 Tips for Better Design Research Recruiting

    To solve real problems for real people, we need to learn from real experiences
  26. BlogGabriel Mugar

    Why It's Important to Say Please and Thank You to Robots

    One design researcher discovered that with AI, learning goes both ways
  27. BlogTom Kelley

    Build Your Creative Confidence: Customer Journey Map

    Exercises to help you unleash your creative potential from David and Tom Kelley’s best-selling book, Creative Confidence
  28. BlogMarta Soto

    Training a Computer to Find Shapes in the Clouds

    This IDEO software designer created an app that searches the sky
  29. BlogDavid Aycan

    4 Common Missteps on the Road to Innovation

    Unexpected insights garnered from studying 500 companies & their cultures
  30. BlogIlan Brat

    Thoughtless Acts: The Commuter Shuffle

    The intuitive ways we adapt and react to things in our environments
  31. BlogBetsy Fields Smith

    A 5-Point Checklist for Complex Challenges

    The five steps we followed to address a complex systems challenge
  32. BlogKei Iwashita

    A Day in the Life of a Business Designer

    It starts with a walk in the park and ends with a design sprint
  33. BlogAnna Silverstein & Mollie West Duffy

    Turns Out Emotions Do Belong in the Workplace—Here’s Why

    How and why feelings make a more functional, productive workplace
  34. BlogJayme Brown

    Practice Your Prototyping Skills With These 4 Resources

    The more you test, the better your solution
  35. BlogTom Kelley

    Build Your Creative Confidence: Nickname Warm-Up

    Exercises to help you unleash your creative potential from David and Tom Kelley’s best-selling book, Creative Confidence
  36. BlogHolly Bybee & Lauren Yarmuth

    4 Tips for Addressing—and Even Embracing—Tension

    Focusing on differences can be challenging, but productive