28 June 2009

"Design Thinking on the other hand deals with exploring the problem space and the basic needs, resulting in solutions nobody has ever thought of before...To be done well, design research demands that everyone involved be prepared to grapple diligently with ambiguity and nuance. It asks us to bring creative energy to the synthesis of confusing and con´Čéicting information."
-Jane Fulton Suri

I have an opportunity to pursue some design research that links the academy with industry. In this process, it is fascinating to see how others view its place and need. Suri offers a perspective that resonates with me.

Design Research and Radical Innovation

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