Posts tagged NC State
Innovation Coaching

Biomedical Engineering expert Dr. Andrew DiMeo takes us through varying ideas on the innovation process and how Trig utilizes expertise from doctors and engineers alike to address patient needs in the pursuit of improving all future healthcare technology with human-centered design.

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Andrew DiMeo, PhD Joins Trig

First off, for those Biomedical Engineering (BME) rising seniors who enrolled at NC State specifically to take Dr. DiMeo's design course, I apologize. Twelve generations of BME students have taken his Senior Capstone experience to then go out into the world armed with relevant skills as medical innovators. This announcement marks the end of a chapter and the beginning of something special in the world of human-centered design.

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Mentoring Young Design Thinkers

The path to becoming an industrial designer is challenging.  There are a laundry list of skills to master to even be considered for the first professional job.  The student experience is so transformative in the individual's thought process and way of viewing the world that the discipline has been named Design Thinking.

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Brisley Joins Trig Innovation Design Team

Trig Innovation, an innovation management firm based in Durham, North Carolina, announces the addition of Drew Brisley to its industrial design team. Brisley is a 2012 graduate of North Carolina State University’s industrial design program, graduating with honors (summa cum laude).  

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Back to School—Playing Out Effective Ideation at NC State

Earlier this month, I had an opportunity to go back to school—no, not like Rodney Dangerfield in the 80s, but back at the invitation of one of my favorite professors, N.C. State’s Dr. Jon Bohlmann, as he brings a fresh perspective to the Creativity in Management course by anchoring it in the principles of Design Thinking.

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Meet the Trig Crew—Patrick Murphy

Patrick Murphy joined the Trig crew in the spring of 2011 as an industrial designer, upon the recommendation of another Trig designer, Smith Newnam. We owe Smith quite a bit for this great referral, since Patrick has quickly established himself as a formidable design talent within Trig’s innovation management strategic framework.

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