design mind On Air
By frog design Inc.
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Published by global innovation firm frog design, design mind is a media platform that includes a print magazine, a website, videos, and events. It is our pleasure to bring you design mind On Air, a podcast that will introduce you to the designers, scientists, psychologists, sociologists, photographers, and thinkers at frog design - and the ideas they work with every day. design mind On Air features designers, technologists, and business strategists sharing their thoughts on design and innovation. For each episode, the On Air host Chris Sallquist, from frog's Seattle studio, sits down with a fellow frog to discuss fresh perspectives on industry trends, emerging technologies, and global business culture. Listen to what's on our mind and join the conversation.
||Occupy Your (Open Source) Education||Student loan debt, a burden for the majority of young Americans who pursued higher education, was brought to the forefront when it became a tangible demand of the Occupy Wall Street Movement this fall.||25 1 2012||Free||View In iTunes|
||Techno-Optimism, Singularity & Jason Silva||Have you ever sat down with someone and had a total technophile geek out? You know, the kind of conversation where you go from talking about social media to the science of cyborg worm holes? Well, if you are looking for that kind of future-thinking||14 10 2011||Free||View In iTunes|
||TransmediActivism with Henry Jenkins||For the “audience formerly known as the audience,” narratives aren’t over when the storyteller finishes. Consumers are no longer passive but active participants; they contribute to the story development across all media platforms,||9 3 2011||Free||View In iTunes|
||The Next Generation of Microfinance||In the U.S. and other Western countries, access to higher education can easily be taken for granted when there are financial resources like grants or student loans to lessen the immediate burden of paying for college.||22 9 2010||Free||View In iTunes|
||The Betterness Movement Begins||If the past year has proved anything about business, it’s that traditional corporations focused solely on profit and isolated invention will fail. It’s time a social movement for change focused its efforts on business by demanding that||10 5 2010||Free||View In iTunes|
||Design Zen||Author David Sherwin travels to a Buddhist monastery in Japan to understand the work of a designer and where ideas come from. Listen to his adventure in this latest version of our design mind On Air podcast hosted by Chris Sallquist. Read more about Davi||21 4 2010||Free||View In iTunes|
||Got X Problems?||With so many companies focusing more intensely than ever on innovation, why are so few seeing results? In this episode of design mind On Air, Creative Director Adam Richardson gets to the bottom of this dilemma sharing insights from his new book Innovati||15 2 2010||Free||View In iTunes|
||The Business and Innovation Trist||Image from swissmiss via ffffound.com Business and innovation are in a symbiotic relationship. Innovative products and systems can be revolutionary but if they don’t take hold in the marketplace they will likely fail. So, how do innovators stay cre||20 1 2010||Free||View In iTunes|
||The New Ecology of Things||(Illustration by Charley Harper) Design thinking is a term — almost a mantra — that has resurfaced a lot lately. It has been especially poignant during this time of financial hardship, during which a number of traditional or conventional proc||14 12 2009||Free||View In iTunes|
||The Art of the Unfriend||Poking. Friending. De-friending. Messaging. Posting. Tagging. Liking. Ignoring.||17 11 2009||Free||View In iTunes|