Archive for the ‘Innovation Model’ Category

New book: Rehearsing the Future

March 4, 2010

The DAIM project team have produced a new book “Rehearsing the Future” edited by Joachim Halse, Eva Brandt, Brendon Clark and Thomas Binder.

The DAIM team has crafted an invaluable resource for researchers and designers looking for new ways to support each other.” Brian Rink, IDEO

…the design anthropological innovation model will have global impact through its commitment to a design anthropology … which is open and participatory, accessibly tangible through models and games, and enhances the positive value systems of people.” Dori Tunstall, Swinburne University of Technology

This is a must have sourcebook for participatory design practitioners as well as a much needed manifesto to be inspired and challenged by.” Pelle Ehn, Malmö University

Read an excerpt from the book: Download the table of content and the foreword by Melissa Cefkin (pdf)

The book has 214 pages and is published in February 2010 by the Danish Design School Press. ISBN 87-92016-16-2; EAN 9788792016164

The book is sold via The Danish Design School Library.

You can order it here.

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Rehearsing the Future, video

September 11, 2009

The DAIM pilot project on waste is now available in motion picture. The title of the movie is emblematic of our approach to user-driven innovation: it’s all about concrete encounters between participants who collectively articulate attractive visions and iteratively rehearse their futures.

DAIM approach and models

September 4, 2009

Last friday DAIM partners Ergonomidesign, SPIRE, 1508, SWECO and DKDS gathered in Ergonomidesign’s wonderfully home-like offices in Stockholm for the last TOOL seminar. It was a good seminar with a strong sense of working collectively with the challenge of bringing the many diverse experiences of DAIM together into an increasingly coherent approach.

For those of you who couldn’t make it, here is some of the material presented: A DAIM approach and attempts at modeling it without, of course, the valuable discussion of it that followed. The presentation attempts to connect central issues from previous seminars with two concrete model sketches included in the presentation: the iceberg and the helix.

The seminar was also an occasion for wrapping up what we have learned from the Golden Projects. Here you will find the Golden conclusion from the 1508 project on Mobile Public Services.