Why Higher Education Needs Design Thinking
MADI Director Kate Canales talks about the benefits of a human-centered design education.
Taking Action is Good for Design and Business
When it comes to design, action beats planning planning every time. ~Kate Canales
People 2015: SMU's Kate Canales Aims to Engineer Creativity
Kate Canales is a problem solver. ~Caroline North
Is Design-Thinking the New Liberal Arts?
An in-depth look at the Stanford “d.school” and the broad applicability of design education for all students (and all future careers).
Learning to Think Outside the Box: Creativity Becomes an Academic Discipline
Creativity is not the birthright of genius, but a teachable skill that is increasingly valuable in a world with complex and dynamic challenges.
This is the Future of College
Employers are demanding graduates with broad skills, critical thinking, and problem solving abilities.
Solving Problems for the Real World, Using Design
The d.school at Stanford is using design and empathy as tools for students to solve real world problems from infant mortality to a news-reading app.
The Best CEO-Design Duos
Successful CEOs know the value of teaming up with designers for good products and good business growth.
Good Design Really is Good for Business
Design Management Institute found that design-led companies are outperforming other companies by 228% over the last 10 years.
10 Lessons For Design-Driven Success
From startups to existing corporations, design tools are being used to increase innovation and product success.
David Kelley: How to Build Your Creative Confidence
The founder of IDEO and the Stanford d.school talks about creativity as a skill that can be learned to improve our daily lives.