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Unconventional books for designers: INSTANT KARMA, by Barbara Ann Kipfer

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Posted in Behavior Design, Books, Design

Little design wonders

Many times is so easy to make a variation on a well known theme, using the same elements. That’s why when you find a a new approach you say ‘A-ha!’. It recently happened to me two times: Linkedin open/closed eye

Posted in Design

The difference between design and consulting

Design = customers. Consulting = clients Design is what you do to shape the experience of a customer within a business. Consulting is what you do to make clear your design to your client, according to its own ways. Designers

Posted in Consulting, Design, Strategy

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