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Innovation is a “iterative process of learning from our users…”
In this short video, Burt Herman explains the process that led to the birth of Storify, a site designed to “create engaging social stories.”

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Charles Eames on Design: Rare Q&A from 1972 via Brain Pickings

October 6, 2011 //
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You will all know of my admiration for the Eamses creative process…(if not, read my latest post about them HERE!). I found this awesome Q&A from 1972 in which Charles says it all when he answers the question: What are the boundaries of Design? – “What are the boundaries of problems?”

I think my favorite theme that the Eamses often touch on is the idea of process and action and in this Q&A when asked if design is a method of general expression, he answered: “No – it is a method of action.” Pay attention to the process. Learn from it. And just do it!

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I found this article over at Brain Pickings and this is what they had to say:
“Legendary design duo Charles and Ray Eames shaped the mid-century modern aesthetic and influenced the voice of design for decades to come. They were also prolific filmmakers, perhaps best known for the iconic Powers of Ten film. In this fantastic Q&A from 1972, found on the excellent compilation The Films of Charles & Ray Eames and reproduced here in House Industries’ typography journal, Madame L’Amic of the Musee des Art s Decoratifs in Paris asks Charles Eames 29 questions about design, covering everything from the balance between form and function to the role of computers in creativity to the impact of influences. His answers are a timeless treasure trove of wisdom and insight on all that design is and should be.”

They are indeed. Check out the whole post HERE!

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Field Notes by La Vie Graphite – #DE2012 check this one out!!!

October 5, 2011 //
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Fellow Design Ethnographers – check out Abraham Schechter…He includes his Field Notes in many of his blog adventures and has turned them into a journal with maps, entries, and more. So fun…

See more on his site HERE!

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Art resides in the quality of doing, process is not magic.

September 2, 2011 //
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Life as creators and empathizers, as pattern recognizers and meaning makers…

April 20, 2011 //
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Charles and Ray Eames.

“Art resides in the quality of doing, process is not magic.”

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