Design to Empower the Female Farmers of India

Design Thinking Use Cases: Design for the Bottom of the Pyramid

entreVersity writes: This is an amazing story. The author travels deep into India to meet women whose livelihood depends solar conductor dryers (SCDs) from S4S Technologies. Solar dryers work with everything from drying flowers for perfume, all tuber crops like ginger, even to make potato or banana chips.  But who Continue Reading

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Design Jam tackles water safety in the Great Lakes

entreVersity writes: This is a great technique to empower students learning design through a “Design Jam” focused on water safety, in this instance, in the Great Lakes of Michigan. What is a design jam, exactly? Think of it as a mini think-tank; a space to collaborate and build solutions to Continue Reading

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Design Thinking Use Cases: Cradle to cradle coffee cups

entreversity writes: In the new Theory of Biosphere Entrepreneurship, McDonough and Braungart (see figure below) envision a world without waste, a world without poisons and a world in which all materials are continuously recycled. Cradle-to-cradle suggests that entrepreneurs must protect and enrich ecosystems, making them not just efficient but essentially Continue Reading

Pre-school for design thinking

Pre-school for design thinking teaches risk-taking

An exclusive pre-school for design thinking in Singapore, inspired by Silicon Valley, is promising to teach children skills to survive the digital age. The school’s six programs are each themed after career paths, for example, an engineer, an athlete, and a chef. The programs aim to teach children the skills Continue Reading

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