Design thinking & Visual thinking

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Breve viaje por las referencias que permiten explicar el resurgir del Design Thinking i el Visual Thinking

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Design thinking & Visual thinking

  1. 1. DESIGN THINKING & VISUAL THINKING Un breve recorrido Gian-Lluís Ribechini Creus innogeniero@gianlluisribechini.comhttp://gianlluisribechini.com/ http://twitter.com/gianlluis © Gian-Lluís Ribechini Creus - Innogeniero Febrero 2011
  2. 2. DESIGN THINKING© Gian-Lluís Ribechini Creus - Innogeniero Febrero 2011
  3. 3. HBR Article: Design Thinking by Tim Brown. (June 2008) © Gian-Lluís Ribechini Creus - Innogeniero
  4. 4. (2008)© Gian-Lluís Ribechini Creus - Innogeniero
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  6. 6. Taller Universidad Adolfo Ibañez – Chile (2011) © Gian-Lluís Ribechini Creus - Innogeniero
  7. 7. Design Thinking – Springer (2010) © Gian-Lluís Ribechini Creus - Innogeniero
  8. 8. VISUAL THINKING© Gian-Lluís Ribechini Creus - Innogeniero Febrero 2011
  9. 9. (2008)© Gian-Lluís Ribechini Creus - Innogeniero
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  11. 11. ( 2008 )© Gian-Lluís Ribechini Creus - Innogeniero
  12. 12. There are also a proliferating number of educational institutions that arecombining business thinking with design thinking to create next-generation"D-Schools".Four of the leading establishments in the world are:(1) Strelka Institute (Moscow) - The institute teaches a one-year masterscourse.(2) Aalto-Tongji Design Factory (Shanghai) - This new design school, setup by Finlands Aalto University, partners Tongji University students inindustrial design, engineering and urban planning graduate programs withAalto design students in Finland to work on real-life design projects forFinnish companies.(3) Stanford d.school (Palo Alto, California) – The worlds most famous"design thinking" school.(4) Akiyama Mokko (Yokohama) - Part design school, part boot camp, andpart trade schoool, Akiyama is rooted in Japans centuries-old tradition ofartisans passing on their knowledge and skills to youngsters who devoteyears to learning a craft.“Design thinking" is no longer a purely Western concept - its beingembraced by emerging markets such as Russia and China as a tool ofeconomic competitiveness. © Gian-Lluís Ribechini Creus - Innogeniero
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