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Why Deep Cultural Understanding Will Inspire Better Design [PSFK NYC]
2 june 2013
Author Bruce Nussbaum presents his book which looks at the ways in which we employ and harness the process of making.
Now Online: Amazing Talks You Missed At PSFK CONFERENCE 2013
26 may 2013
Talks by an incredible mix of artists, designers, marketers and technologists inspire our audience of creative professionals.
Bruce Nussbaum: Creative Innovation Through Meaningful Design [PSFK 2013]
12 april 2013
Former assistant managing editor of BusinessWeek develops ideas to help people get out of the creativity rut our culture is in.
Why Design Thinking Isn’t Dead [Headlines]
16 november 2011
While Bruce Nussbaum, one of the people responsible for design thinking's existence, has declared it over, others find that the era isn't over.
Can Creativity Be Quantified?
6 april 2011
Bruce Nussbaum proposes the concept of Creative Intelligence and Creative Quotient as a potential means of assessing creativity.
Why Humanitarian Design Might Not Be Successful
9 july 2010
Is humanitarian design coming from Europe and America seen as a new kind of imperialism by poor Asian and African countries?
Value, Gift Glutting And The Future Of Facebook
7 june 2010
Has the platform fallen to the very expectation it has sought out to provide?
Why Heritage Companies Are Looking To New Mediums To Tell Brand Stories
Building Advertising’s New Layers Of Digital Engagement
How Chatbots Can Personalize A Brand's Customer Experience
This Arcade-style Gym Makes Us Want To Exercise
How Good Design Can Make You Eat Better
This Supersonic Hair Dryer Runs Completely Silently
Digital Nomads Are Embracing 'Pod' Living in this LA Co-Working Space
3D-Printed Cheese Wants To Offer Healthier Alternative To Cheese Lovers
Bus Turned Food Market Feeds Residents In Toronto Food Deserts
How Wearable Tech Can Be Used for Social Good
The Future of Cars Isn't Just Automated, It's 3D-Printed