Posts tagged Human-Centered Design
The Art of Answering Questions

Unmet needs + curiosity is a catalyst for innovation. Your business is answering questions for people by creating solutions, or quite literally answering questions by spreading information and resources. If you haven’t reflected on your consumers’ needs recently, let’s do so together. In this issue we explore many questions and many answers.

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The Dream Work

The Dream Work newsletter focuses on human-centered design, Trig’s sponsorship of the Hangar6 rapid prototyping workspace, and a review of Dream Teams by Shane Snow. Subscribe for regular innovations, and all the ways we Explore | Prototype | Build.

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