We are now accepting applications for our 5th Introduction to Design Thinking workshop. I’m also happy to say that the workshop has been updated with new awesome content. We live and breath Design Thinking, so we took in the feedback and validation by
I'm not sure if I should jump for joy, laugh or cry? Perhaps I should just sit dumbfounded. Forbes recently reported a new trend in Silicon Valley; Venture Capitalists are now funding Start-Ups with no idea what they are going to do. Sounds like
I agree. I frequently work with small to medium sized businesses (including boot-strapping start-ups) and have to adopt a similar frugal mindset. Sometimes these quick solutions can create value that can go a long way.
Our 4th Introduction to Design Thinking Workshop 4 is finally back! Though slightly delayed (we skipped our last one due to some administrative matters), we are now never more ready to facilitate 2 days of awesome design
I'm going to be presenting at the 4th Pecha Kucha Night here in Singapore and speaking about "How design makes people's lives better".
Ton Borsboom, my ex-colleague at GE/Fitch (a General Electric and Fitch joint venture in Asia), and now Senior Director at Philips Design Consulting, shares his view about how design and designers need to be connectors in today's business by reaching across all touch points and
Guy Kawasaki, at a Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders Lecture Series at Stamford, shares insights on why start-up businesses should tell a story and plant many seeds. I believe that any company (not just start-ups) interested in getting their
It's time for our 3rd bi-monthly Introduction to Design Thinking Workshop! It will be on the 29-30th of March 2011. Here is the usual blurb with the e-mailer at the end, so do sign up as soon as possible as seats are limited
I'm really excited to finally be able to announce an exciting project that we have been passionately working on since August last year (2011)! Design Sojourn was commissioned by Design Singapore,
Image by Martin F. Ramin for The Wall Street Journal It was reported by the Wall Street Journal that the executives at Heinz spent 3 years developing a new larger ketchup
One of the challenges of implementing Design Thinking is that Design Thinking can come across as a rather intellectual and academic exercise. Strange terminologies, divergent activities, new processes etc; who can blame them for thinking
I was actually quite surprised to find myself deep undercover in Design Thinking activities in the last 12 months. The great thing was that these activities were varied, spanning from running Design Thinking workshops, developing
Encourage by great feedback and awesome participants, we will be running our 2nd Introduction to Design Thinking Workshop on the 1st and 2nd of December 2011! The workshop will be run in a
Amid Moradganjeh, a Masters student at the Umeå Institute of Design, dropped me an email with a link to his thesis project done in collaboration with Microsoft. Rimino, is a next generation mobile device interface concept that wants to be
Registration Closes on the 23rd September 2011. Do hurry as spaces are filling up! It's official. With the backing of the Employment and Employability Institute (e2i), which focuses on improving skills, productivity and the