Packed full of useful tips, clear diagrams, and practical frameworks, this book will help you lead collaborative design work, and genuinely share power.A useful book for new and experienced practitioners alike, Beyond Sticky Notes is a ...
Author: Kelly Ann McKercher
This book includes a deep-dive into the mindsets and methods of Co-design. It draws on the authors' experience across Australia and New Zealand, as well as design, trauma-informed practice, collective learning and social movements.
Beyond the Sticky Notes Devyani M. Lal. 1. 'Make,. Bake. and. Eat'. Epiphany. In the past one year, whenever anyone has asked me what I've been up to, I have said I am writing a book. It is an interesting icebreaker for awkward ...
Author: Devyani M. Lal
Publisher: SAGE Publishing India
Category: Business & Economics
Design thinking may forever remain as Ideo’s original creative solution to innovation but today it has been popularly adopted by Apple, Google, Samsung and the GEs of the world as a go to mantra for business growth. While Ideo and other Silicon Valley experts have always been emulated for their unique thinking, the dynamic variables of Indian industry such as its competitive economy, evolving demographics, tastes and preferences prove that prescribed design thinking models do not always provide absolute solutions. Design Thinking: Beyond the Sticky Note showcases that design is much more than developing aesthetically appealing products. It discusses various philosophies of design in today’s context such as design for debate, design for growth, design for social impact, human-centered design and mindful design. The book captures the views of design practitioners working in organizations like BYJU’S, Microsoft, Zoom, Rovio Entertainment, Google and Palantir Technologies. Design thinking is not limited to a position, profession or specialization. It is for everyone! The book incorporates evolved tools of design thinking which allows the creation and validation of design solutions focusing on user needs. In addition, this book highlights the shift in design from industrial product design to systems thinking through examples of technology and data driven aspects of design. It will be an insightful and useful read for design practitioners and thinkers in India as well as for industry professionals who would like to learn, use and apply the design thinking approach in daily and professional lives.
For a longer-form discussion of the broader realm of co-design, see Beyond Sticky Notes: Co-Design for Real: Mindsets, Methods and Movements, by Kelly Ann McKercher (Sydney, Australia: Beyond Sticky Notes, 2020); Design Justice: ...
Author: Jen Christiansen
Publisher: CRC Press
Building Science Graphics: An illustrated guide to communicating science through diagrams and visualizations is a practical guide for anyone—regardless of previous design experience and preferred drawing tools—interested in creating science-centric illustrated explanatory diagrams. Starting with a clear introduction to the concept of information graphics and their role in contemporary science communication, it then outlines a process for creating graphics using evidence-based design strategies. The heart of the book is composed of two step-by-step graphical worksheets, designed to help jump-start any new project. This is both a textbook and a practical reference for anyone that needs to convey scientific information in an illustrated form for articles, poster presentations, slide shows, press releases, blog posts, social media posts and beyond.
Author: The Change Management InstitutePublish On: 2022-04-27
Beyond Sticky Notes: Co-design for Real: Mindsets, methods and movements. Beyond Sticky Notes. Rogers, P., & Blenko, M. W. (2006). Who Has the D?: How Clear Decision Roles Enhance Organizational Performance. HBR.
7 Kelly Ann McKercher, Beyond Sticky Notes. CoDesign for Real: Mindsets, Methods and Movements (Beyond Sticky Notes 2020) 46. 8 Elizabeth B-N Sanders and Pieter J Stappers, 'Co-Creation and the New Landscapes of Design' (2008) 4.1 ...
Author: Emily Allbon
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
This visually rich, experience-led collection explores what design can do for legal education. In recent decades design has increasingly come to be understood as a resource to improve other fields of public, private and civil society practice; and legal design—that is, the application of design-based methods to legal practice—is increasingly embedded in lawyering across the world. It brings together experts from multiple disciplines, professions and jurisdictions to reflect upon how designerly mindsets, processes and strategies can enhance teaching and learning across higher education, public legal information and legal practice; and will be of interest and use to those teaching and learning in any and all of those fields.
Beyond Sticky Notes. Available online: https://www.beyondstickynotes.com/what-is-codesign. O'Brien, N., and Moules, T. 2007. So round the spiral again: a reflective participatory research project with children and young people.
Author: Sarah Morton
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
This edited volume is about the application of design-led approaches for developing interventions that have the intention of addressing real-world issues and problems. The book documents the realities of developing and designing interventions for real people, in a real-world context. The topics covered in the book are multi-disciplinary, and include examples from health and wellbeing, education, and agriculture. The contributors provide open and honest accounts of the challenges and restrictions, highlighting the positive impact that can be gained from involving stakeholders as key voices in the intervention development process. These case studies suggest underpinning methodologies that will support the formalisation of these design-led approaches, permitting the formation of robust frameworks in the future. The book will be of interest to scholars working in design, design research, intervention design, co-design, user-centred design, service design, digital design, digital healthcare, and evidence-based design.
McKercher, Kelly Ann. Beyond Sticky Notes – Co-Design for Real: Mindsets, Methods and Movements. Beyond Sticky Notes, 2020. 12. Grant, Adam. “Building a Culture of Learning at Work: How Leaders Can Create the Psychological Safety for ...
Author: Lisa Grocott
Category: Health & Fitness
The creative strategies in Design for Transformative Learning offer a playful and practical approach to learning from and adapting to a rapidly changing world. Seeing continuous learning as more than the periodic acquisition of new skills this book presents a design-led approach to revising the stories we tell ourselves, unlearning old habits and embracing new practices. This book maps learning opportunities across the contemporary landscape, narrating global case studies from K12, higher education, design consultancies and researchers. It offers narrative context, best practices and emergent strategies for how designers can partner in the important work of advancing a lifetime of learning. Committed to driving sustained transformation this is a playbook of practical moves for designing memory-making, perspective-shifting, hands-on learning encounters. The book braids stories from design practice with theories of change, transformative learning literature, cognitive and social psychology research, affect theory and indigenous knowing. Positioning the COVID-19 pandemic as a moment to question what was previously normalised, the book proposes playful strategies for seeding transformational change. The relational practice at the core of Design for Transformative Learning argues that if learning is to be transformative the experience must be embodied, cognitive and social. This book is an essential read for design and social innovation researchers, facilitators of community engagement and co-design workshops, design and arts educators and professional learning designers. It is a useful primer for K12 teachers, organisational change practitioners and professional development facilitators curious to explore the intersection of design and learning.
Author: Robyn Klingler-VidraPublish On: 2022-04-21
... Thabiso Mashaba (These Hands), Kelly Ann McKercher (Beyond Sticky Notes), Odin Mühlenbein (Ashoka), Chris Oestereich (Linear to Circular), Elbert Or (Pushpin Visual Solutions), Jayshree Patnaik (Indian Institute of Technology), ...
Author: Robyn Klingler-Vidra
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Category: Business & Economics
Innovation offers potential: to cure diseases, to better connect people, and to make the way we live and work more efficient and enjoyable. At the same time, innovation can fuel inequality, decimate livelihoods, and harm mental health. This book contends that inclusive innovation – innovation motivated by environmental and social aims – is able to uplift the benefits of innovation while reducing its harms. The book provides accessible engagement with inclusive innovation happening at the grassroots level through to policy arenas, with a focus on the South-East Asian region. Focusing on fundamental questions underpinning innovation, in terms of how, what and where, it argues that inclusive innovation has social processes and low-tech solutions as essential means of driving innovation, and that environmental concerns must be considered alongside societal aims. The book's understanding of inclusive innovation posits that marginalized or underrepresented innovators are empowered to include themselves by solving a problem that they are experiencing. The first in-depth exploration of efforts underway to assuage inequality from policy, private sector, and grassroots perspectives, this book will interest researchers in the areas of innovation studies, political economy, and development studies.
For example, the sticky notes “Microloan”, “e.g., for start-ups”, “for countries abroad”, “cards made of recycled ... Beyond the spontaneous connections made between sticky notes, the clustering part of the brainstorming exercise ...
Author: Bo Christensen
Publisher: Academic Press
Sticky Creativity: Post-It® Note Cognition, Computers, and Design presents the interesting history of sticky notes and how they have become the most commonly used design material in brainstorming, business model generation, and design thinking. The book brings together researchers from psychology, computer science and design in order to understand why and how sticky notes are used, why they work well, and whether sticky notes are replaceable or improvable by a digital counterpart. The book covers psychology, computers and design respectively. From a psychological perspective, cognitive and socio-cognitive theories are used to explain the functions sticky notes serve in idea generation and creative collaboration. Following sections present the findings from three very different computerized instantiations of sticky notes and discuss the challenges and opportunities that arise when trying to digitize sticky notes. Highlights the benefits of sticky notes in idea generation and creative collaboration Explores the use of sticky notes in a variety of creative, design professional and educational settings Includes research perspectives from cognitive psychology, computer science and design studies