Design Innovation and Integration
The times and circumstances we live in force us more than ever to innovate and adapt to new ways of living and working, moving. Being open to change is the vital first step to ensure and facilitate innovative transitions.
Design Innovation and Integration tackles the aforementioned by not merely providing and elaborating on the tools needed but through a guiding mentorship in written form to transcend into a realm beyond the mere inception of creative ideas, but to make design an integral part of one’s practices and DNA.
There is a myriad of approaches and theoretical solutions to problem solving and overcoming complex hindrances, however, what often lacks is a true understanding of how these can be made a reality. Enter Design Innovation and Integration, which sheds lights on underlying principles, the alignment of methods and tools needed and how to use, apply and adapt them in the most practical manner to meet the requirements of the respective context.
Via case studies and resting on a sound foundation of ten years of independent research, design integration is illustrated, highlighting both best practice as well as pitfalls and opportunities for improvement.
Summa summarum, an engaging book that marries accessible practical approaches with theoretical concepts and thereby enables growth.
Nat’s What I Reckon Enmore Theatre Sydney, Australia May 15, 2021 Not unlike we have alluded to in the review of Nat’s What I Reckon’s recently released book, the man’s ... read more
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The Formative Years Mute Records It seems like aeons ago that through my parents’ record collection I was exposed to Grace Jones’ of “Warm leatherette” – a cover version ... read more
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