1. Tim Brown at IIT Design Research Conference 2010

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    We're all design researchers now. Solving some of society's biggest challenges today will require large scale behavior change. Tim talks about putting design thinking into the hands of everyone to inspire change and tackle the world's biggest problems. BIO Tim Brown is on a mission to get human-centered design accepted at every level of business. "The myth of innovation is that brilliant ideas leap fully formed from the minds of geniuses. The reality is that most innovations come from a process of rigorous examination". As CEO and President of IDEO, Tim Brown carries forward the pioneering firm's mission of fusing design, business and research to help companies to create exceptional innovations. He has won numerous design awards for his own work and has been exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, Axis Gallery in Tokyo, and the Design Museum in London. He is an acclaimed speaker and prolific writer, both for the Harvard Business Review and on his blog. His new book, Change By Design, tells how design thinking can transform organizations into places that truly understand people's needs.

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    • Nikki Pfarr at IIT Design Research Conference 2010

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      We're a group of six Masters of Design students: Nikki Pfarr, Ann Hintzman, Van Vuong, Miguel Cervantes, Jennifer Lee and Jerad Lavey. Development of the Brains, Behavior & Design toolkit has been part of our year-long "Research & Demonstration" project. We look forward to continuing this work after graduation, helping researchers, designers and businesses make behavioral economics actionable in their practice.

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      • Joyce Chou at IIT Design Research Conference 2010

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        • Arturo Pelayo at IIT Design Research Conference 2010

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          Arturo's passion is to interconnect people and empower them to leverage their experiences and interactions through instructional design and social media. He believes that design is an art of listening, observing and emergent thinking. When he doesn't have his designer hat on, he can be found facilitating race relations seminars, volunteering on various social justice events or working through many organizations that keep him thinking bold on what is next. He leads his design practice through his online portal: MediaAlchemy.org

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          • Kevin Starr at IIT Design Research Conference 2010

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            Design for (Real) Social Impact Designing a product that will make life better for the poor isn't easy. You can't just design a cool product that works; you have to make sure it will get into the hands of those who need it most and that it will be used to good effect. As investors in tools and products to benefit the poor - and get them out of poverty - we've developed an approach to vetting product ideas that is based on the successes and failures we've seen over the years. We've found that using it in the design phase can help avoid the pitfalls that waste effort and money, and ensure that good ideas turn into real impact. BIO Kevin Starr runs the Mulago Foundation and is the founder and director of the Rainer Arnhold Fellows Program. Mulago works like a social impact venture fund to seed and grow the most promising solutions in health, development, and conservation in settings of poverty. Mulago’s investment portfolio is intended as 1) an exemplary collection of scalable ideas and the organizations that can deliver them, and 2) a platform to spread the notion that that investing for impact is both imperative and doable. The Fellows program is an outgrowth of the Foundation, and works with some of the best social entrepreneurs working in the developing world to maximize their impact through a structured evolution of project design. Both the Foundation and Fellows program are built around a systematic way to evaluate and design for real impact that will scale up. Kevin has been doing this work since 1995 and is currently – and closely - involved with more than 30 organizations around the world – from mothers teaching each other how save their children’s lives in Indonesia to stopping poaching by helping farmers in Zambia. He originally trained as a physician and continues to practice medicine (very) part-time. Further information about the Rainer Arnhold Fellows Program can be found at www.rainerfellows.org

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            • Anjali Kelkar at IIT Design Research Conference 2010

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              Getting The Most Out of Design Research in Asia How can the Design Research practice uncover and understand cultural nuances of consumers in new markets better? Also, does this practice the way we conduct it in the West, really work in China and India? Do we need new tools or do we need to approach this practice differently? The talk will address the above questions with case studies from various projects. BIO Anjali Kelkar is based in Hong Kong where she runs her own design consultancy, Studio for Design Research. Her clients vary from multinationals to nonprofit organizations who are primarily interested in understanding the Asian consumer, particularly in China and India. In addition to this she also teaches part-time in he Master of Design program at Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Prior to starting her own consultancy she worked for Philips Design, managing Design Research for Asia. She is a graduate of IIT - Institute of Design where on graduation she taught Design Strategy as well as worked in the capacity of a Research Manager for the Institute for a number of years. In this role she consulted with a number of companies (Kraft, Masterfoods, BP, Lenovo etc.) on design research projects (US-based as well as emerging markets). During this time she also lead the Design for the Base of the Pyramid Project and presented this project as an invited speaker at a number of conferences dedicated to this topic area. Practicing design research to identify sustainable solutions for poverty alleviation in emerging markets and finding ways to successfully apply these to change lives, continues to be her core interest area and life long goal.

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              • Cathy Huang at IIT Design Research Conference 2010

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                Looking Inward: Design Research in China Conducting design research in an emerging market like China takes cultural understanding, patience, along with a level of empathy that is not normally gained overnight. In this presentation, Cathy Huang will take an inward look at China to bring forward key challenges that China Bridge International (CBi) is encountering while trying to gain insight through design research in China. How does Social Conformity, Confucius, Utilitarianism and the belief that concealing ones economic status create obstacles for gaining insight in China? How does a research project navigate the many cultural, social, psychographic, and geographical differences when doing research in China? These represent a few of the questions Cathy will discuss in her presentation. The background and foundation for her thoughts and perspectives will be presented from the findings of many cases studies and experiences gained from her work at CBi -- an insight-based innovation and design strategy firm. A firm that is empowering leading Chinese companies, multinational corporations and peer-consultancies to bridge success through design research and design management in China and the emerging markets. BIO Cathy is a respected Thought Leader in the design industry. Under her guidance, CBi has become the primary design research and innovation strategy consultancy in China. She was the first Marketing Director of GE/Fitch China, and the former Project Manager of Haier Design Centre, where she acquired practical design knowledge and built strong relationships within the global design community. Cathy has judged numerous renowned design awards, including the iF Design Award China, Pentaward, Electrolux Design Lab, China's Most Successful Design Awards, China Innovative Design Award, CCTV Grand Ceremony of Innovation. She is frequently invited to speak at international conferences in America, Europe, Asia and often lectures at leading colleges and universities around the world, such as The Danish School of Art & Design, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, the China Europe International Business School, the China Central Academy of Fine Art and Tongji University, among others. Her design views have been featured in CNBC, Fortune China, Design (Korea), ID magazine and many other media. Cathy has published two books: "Mobile Inspiration" and "Managing Design for Business Success: Readings & Case Studies on Design Management", and many business and design articles.

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                • Dominick Misino at IIT Design Research Conference 2010

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                  "Building Rapport: Lessons from a Hostage Negotiator" BIO During his 22-year career with the NYPD, Dominick has been involved in more than 200 hostage/barricade incidents, and he has trained law enforcement personnel from more than 500 departments, agencies and foreign countries. He has had the opportunity to negotiate with all types of people, from people with mental disorders threatening to jump off of bridges to trapped and barricaded suspects. Noteworthy negotiations included the release of 105 people aboard a hijacked aircraft and a bank holdup gone bad, where a 12-hour negotiation ended in the safe release and surrender of all involved.

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                  • Lecture :: OPENING LECTURE part 2 :: Goran Stefanovski

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                    • Yusuf Estes Our Youth in th Western World

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                      Yusuf Estes .... this video is recorded and edited @ Tawfiq Islamic Center Mpls, MN

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