The knowledge on design management is a matter of professional survival for everybody in design industry. Be that your are a designer, creative or art director, a design consultancy or brand/marketing manager at the corporation.
From the October 07, 2010, 11:59 Pacific Time to the November 08, 2010, 09:59 Pacific time the presentation that was made from this blog’s masters thesis is competing at the…
So, this blog is heading into new directions. I have been awarded a certificate (until the issue of the original degree is handed over) that says my new title (because…
The masters thesis of this blog—titled Corporate Design Strategy and Branding: the role of Design Management in developing the Corporate Identity—was presented at the Faculty of Economics on Tuesday, September 14, 2010 at 11:00 CET in the small conference room P-201.
The thesis of this blog – Corporate Design Strategy and Branding: The Role of Design Management in Developing the Corporate Identity – will be defended on Tuesday, September 14th, 2010 at the Economic Faculty in Ljubljana, eleven o’clock CET.
Design thinking is knowing without reasoning and as such is the most disruptive and unsystematic form of thinking.
By definition, design thinking is the productive combination of analytical thinking and intuitive thinking.
But design thinking will be effective in your company only if strategic planning is successfully connected with execution of products, services, and communications.
The thesis The Corporate Design Strategy and Branding: The Role of Design Management in developing the Corporate Identity has: + 76 pages, + 26 figures, and + 6 tables. It was successfully defend in September 2010. It consist of four main chapters on: four chapters on: + corporate identity, + branding and brand architecture, + corporate design strategy, and + design management.
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The Project H Design is based on 6 guiding principles, or we could call it also a design strategy. #1 We design through action. #2 We design systems not stuff. #3 We design with, not for. #4 We start locally and scale globally. #5 We document, share, and measure. #6 We build. Such a progressive design strategy makes us believe that design can and will change the world.