Liberatory Design Mindsets
Liberatory Design Mindsets by Tania Anaissie, Victor Cary, David Clifford, Tom Malarkey, Susie Wise.
Mapping Our Roles in Social Change Ecosystems
This framework by Deepa Iyer, SolidarityIs, and Building Movement Project can help individuals, networks, and organizations align and get in right relationship with social change values, individual roles, and the broader ecosystem.
This tool helps people move forward in any challenge, big or small—in one usable, shareable picture.
Design for Worldview: A New Way to Teach Design Thinking
Change your worldview vis-à-vis design thinking and unconscious bias education. Then create and iterate in the wake of that paradigm shift.
Tap into your creative potential in work and personal life, innovate in your approaches and problem solving, and work toward becoming more productive and successful in your life and career.
101 Design Methods: A Structured Design Approach for Driving Innovation in Your Organization
Learn to approach the practice of creating new products, services, and customer experiences as a science, rather than as an art.
IDEO Method Cards
Use these cards to help you design products, spaces, services, and experiences.
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