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The Atlantic does an update on SFUSD​'s and IDEO's work to reinvent the school cafeteria.
Can San Francisco reinvent the school cafeteria?
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The secret sauce of brand building: http://buff.ly/1B0yYx5 by Jennifer Maer via Medium
Brands are a lot like people: they’ve got personalities. And we, as consumers, choose whether or not we want to be aroun…
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"Paul Bennett urged attendees, including those in the healthcare community, to think about ways to redesign — in this sense, to rethink — death." - via Blue Sky
An event signaling the birth of healthtech startup incubator Matter featured an unlikely subject.
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"Society of Grownups is a place for newly minted adults to learn about money." -via +Fast Company 
With IDEO's help, the Society of Grownups wants to teach young professionals how to handle their cash. But first: the braised beef course.
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Let’s harness the power of our community. "What We Can Learn from Barn Raisers" -Tim Brown via LinkedIn
If you're reading this post on LinkedIn, then you already understand the power of communities working together to create new possibilities. But as we head into 2015, it's worth underscoring the importance of community collaboration. When Nobel Prize winner Muhammad Yunus founded Grameen Bank, ...
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"What if students could declare missions, not majors, such as the School of Hunger or School of Renewable Energy?" - via Sarah Stein Greenberg and Tim Brown on LinkedIn Pulse
Looking back on your college years, what would you change about your experience? Would you head to college straight out of high school? Choose a sensible major? Power through and get your degree in four years?Sarah Stein Greenberg, executive director of the Stanford Design School, offers a provocative alternative to our existing higher education system. In her compelling talk at Wired by Design, Greenberg asks: how can we go beyond redesigning hi...
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"Once a project captures my imagination, there’s no going back." —@barrylachapelle http://ideo.is/1AsgXGE ‪#‎ideolabs‬
A few times a year, I'll come across something—maybe an object or system; maybe just an idea—and I'm overwhelmed with a burning urge to translate it into code and design. It's a practice usually referred to as skeuomorphism, and once a project captures my imagination, there's no going back.
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Diego urges designers to, "compare to reality, not to some imaginary standard of perfection." - via LinkedIn Pulse​
In this series, professionals share the words of wisdom that made all the difference in their lives. Follow the stories here and write your own (please include the hashtag #BestAdvice in the body of your post).We had an embarrassment of riches. It was 1998, and I was leading an IDEO design team that had dreamt up so many cool ideas — and had created a range of working prototypes now standing in front of us — that we couldn’t decide which directio...
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King Ship, an IDEO Futures podcast, has just launched its 10th episode. Listen in for the big design themes of 2015!
In King Ship Pod No. 10, we look ahead to some design themes we'll be exploring at IDEO Futures in 2015.  We'd like to invite you to a conversation about four design themes we consider important and inspiring.   We believe that these four design themes are, if not the most interesting ones out there, at least great areas to start exploring in order to learn by doing. We hope these will help guide our Startup in Residence program, h...
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Our very own Barbara Beskind on +AllThingsConsidered talking about her experience designing for older generations. #inspiration
Barbara Beskind stands out in youth-obsessed Silicon Valley. She inspires designers at the IDEO firm to think about the needs of older generations: What if your glasses could help you remember people?
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The Boston Globe just named the Society of Grownups as one of the top 20 new best ideas in Boston.
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Let it snow! Happy holidays from IDEO: holiday.ideo.com
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Founded in 1991, IDEO is an innovation and design firm that uses a human-centered, design-based approach to help organizations in the business, government, education, healthcare, and social sectors innovate and grow in three ways:

Identify new ways to serve and support people by uncovering their latent needs, behaviors, and desires.

Visualize new directions for companies and brands and design the offerings—products, services, spaces, media, and software—that bring innovation strategy to life.

Enable organizations to change their cultures and build the capabilities required to sustain innovation.