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Contextual Inquiry

“The core premise of Contextual Inquiry is very simple: go where the customer works, observe the customer as he or she works, and talk to the customer about…

Clay Shirky shares some ideas on Collaboration

“Vision” is the ability to talk about the future with such clarity it is as if we are talking about the past. – Simon Sinek

The real problem is often not the one you’re asked to solve. – Jamin Hegeman ADAPTIVEPATH

Design is the art of gradually applying constraints until only one solution remains

Saved out of the desert by a Critroen 2CV

Hang out to dry

“Radical innovation requires both evidence and intuition” – Jane Fulton Suri, Chief Creative Officer – IDEO

Martin Luther King said “I have a dream.” He did not say, “I have a bunch of new features.” – Marcus Kirsch, Innovation Director at RAPP UK

What happens to Police cars in France?

Desenrascanço

Inspired by the Portuguese concept of “Desenrascar”, I start this category where I publish the most funny random pictures that I can find on the web for DIY,…

Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication

Why companies need to gather good requirements

If can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand well enough. – Albert Einstein

Is your value proposition easy to understand?

Frog design presents us with this nice short video that mixes two of my great passions: Experience Design and… Cars So, they ask us a very simple question:…

The Mobile Mind Shift by Forrester

Listen to an interesting perspective on the all mobile revolution going on. Read more about it here: http://solutions.forrester.com/mobile?intcmp=mkt:ban:ah:MobileMindShift

The Swiss army knife metaphor

“…Teaching something is the best way to learn more about it.” – Steve Krug

“Too much knowledge gets lost in the black hole of personal email inboxes” – Johannes Schunter

About Knowledge Management

A good prezi about knowledge management…