Mary McBride, Featured Speaker at the International Design Symposium in Japan, on Post Solution
By Giselle Carr
The International Design Center in Tokyo, Japan recently hosted the International Design Symposium 2010 with the theme ‘Post Solution – The Creator’s View.’ Mary McBride, Director of the Design Management Program at Pratt Institute, spoke at sessions one and three Continue reading
What Should the United States National Design Policy Look Like?
By Adam Zoltowski
The CATALYST Blog recently featured a post by Anna Whicher & Gisele Raulik-Murphy on the Sharing Experience Europe (SEE) Project, indicating the momentum behind Design policy developments in Europe. In their first bulletin, SEE discusses the U.S. National Design Policy Initiative Continue reading
The SEE Project launches the second issue of the SEE bulletin
By Anna Whicher & Gisele Raulik-Murphy
At the end of January 2010, the Sharing Experience Europe (SEE) project launched the second edition of the SEE bulletin, one of six to be published between 2009 and 2011. Continue reading
Learning best practices for engaging an audience from the Apple guru himself.
By Erin Weber
Recently the professor of our Business Strategy class upped the ante on presentation delivery. She challenged our class to craft a presentation story that married content with visuals in a cohesive and fluid way. Continue reading
How a small Internet Start-up affected ‘Change’ and created a successful business
Mybarackobama.com, the site designed by Blue State Digital that changed how elections are won.
by Adam Zoltowski
Blue State Digital (BSD) is a striking example of a company that uses a holistic approach to design to create sustainable competitive advantage. The company was founded in 2004, after the defeat of John Kerry in the Presidential elections. The web team of the Democratic National Committee formed BSD to provide online strategies for political candidates, Continue reading