1. IPRO Leading Innovation 3: Curiosity

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    This is an evolving prototype of a video lecture, to accompany the IIT Institute of Design / IPRO class on leading innovation. Your constructive feedback will help with future revisions--please add your comments below. Download slides referenced in the video here: https://app.box.com/s/vvy34wc9mjp2538y9uxm

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    • Brainstorm to Box (2) - How to Design What Women (and Men) Want

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      Sharing their views on the role of design from brainstorm to box, product designers, Tom & Tracy Hazzard of http://www.hazzdesign.com discuss their proven retail expertise on product design and strategy. In this episode, they discuss their Genderblend approach for designing covertly feminine products that both women and men want.

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      • IPRO Leading Innovation 2: Vision and the Team Lifecycle

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        This is an evolving prototype of a video lecture, to accompany the IIT Institute of Design / IPRO class on leading innovation. Your constructive feedback will help with future revisions--please add your comments below. Download slides referenced in the video here: https://app.box.com/s/g51yf8fa1rtb32qqf8ci

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        • IPRO Leading Innovation 1: Clarity

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          This is an evolving prototype of a video lecture, to accompany the IIT Institute of Design / IPRO class on leading innovation. Your constructive feedback will help with future revisions--please add your comments below. Download notes (which include all the slides in the video) here: https://app.box.com/s/pul526rcslzr5iney89o

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          • Brainstorm to Box (1) - Secrets to Working with Your Spouse

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            Sharing their views on the role of design from brainstorm to box, product designers, Tom & Tracy Hazzard of http://www.hazzdesign.com discuss their proven retail expertise on product design and strategy. In this episode, the husband and wife industrial design team share their secrets to living and working together 24/7 and how it gives them a competitive advantage.

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            • The Ento Vision

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              A shorter, updated Ento video, which details our vision of how we will make edible insects an enjoyable reality in the Western World (for the original, longer Ento video, please click here: https://vimeo.com/35846172)

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              • Sustainability Is Good Business

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                Student Project for Understanding Context Course Faculty: Matt Mayfield and Stan Ruecker Student: Laura Mattis Most CEOs think sustainability is important to their success, but only half implement good practices. Laura Mattis shows us that sustainability isn't a line item financial metric, quick fix or marketing ploy, but an opportunity to raise a businesses profile in the public eye and become a shining example for today and future generations. Course Description: Understanding the context of a particular design challenge is critical to ensuring an insightful and reliable solution. Most design challenges today require an astute understanding of the many dynamics at play to see a path forward. Context in this sense is the surrounding landscape of trends and influences across all aspects of design from brand, form, and interaction to platforms, IP, and underlying business models. This project is part of a specific and brief (2 weeks) exploration into the topic of sustainability as it pertains to design efforts.

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                • Sustainable Design

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                  Student Project for Understanding Context Course Faculty: Matt Mayfield and Stan Ruecker Student: Wei Sun Sustainable design is not just making something from recycled materials. Consider every step in the lifecycle of your product. Wei Sun follows the development of a coffee cup to demonstrate that design can be used to reflect the needs of the company, the user, and the planet. Course Description: Understanding the context of a particular design challenge is critical to ensuring an insightful and reliable solution. Most design challenges today require an astute understanding of the many dynamics at play to see a path forward. Context in this sense is the surrounding landscape of trends and influences across all aspects of design from brand, form, and interaction to platforms, IP, and underlying business models. This project is part of a specific and brief (2 weeks) exploration into the topic of sustainability as it pertains to design efforts.

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                  • Defining Sustainability In Design

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                    Student Project for Understanding Context Course Faculty: Matt Mayfield and Stan Ruecker Student: Mabel Chan How do designers create sustainable goods? Practicing green design is good, but is that enough? We make stuff, but is this stuff making tomorrow worse? Is it making today better? Mabel Chan offers three ways to be more sustainable makers of stuff and gives you questions to consider when defining sustainability in your work. Course Description: Understanding the context of a particular design challenge is critical to ensuring an insightful and reliable solution. Most design challenges today require an astute understanding of the many dynamics at play to see a path forward. Context in this sense is the surrounding landscape of trends and influences across all aspects of design from brand, form, and interaction to platforms, IP, and underlying business models. This project is part of a specific and brief (2 weeks) exploration into the topic of sustainability as it pertains to design efforts.

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                    • Designing A Dishwasher

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                      Student Project for Understanding Context Course Faculty: Matt Mayfield and Stan Ruecker Student: Drew Raines When you are creating a new product, take the time to consider the environmental impact. Evaluate each component of your product from the materials you use to create it to the energy needed to dispose of it. Drew Raines walks you through the life cycle of a dishwasher considering sustainability at every turn. Course Description: Understanding the context of a particular design challenge is critical to ensuring an insightful and reliable solution. Most design challenges today require an astute understanding of the many dynamics at play to see a path forward. Context in this sense is the surrounding landscape of trends and influences across all aspects of design from brand, form, and interaction to platforms, IP, and underlying business models. This project is part of a specific and brief (2 weeks) exploration into the topic of sustainability as it pertains to design efforts.

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