Show 265 – Meaning of Radical Design

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    I am passionate about design and creativity so I was delighted to talk with Roberto Verganti about Design Driven Innovation which is about radically innovating what things mean. We talk about

    • People buy meaning not products
    • How to innovate with meaning
    • How do you interpret meaning?
    • How do you design something people want?
    • Don't sell a product, propose an idea to a customer
    • How often it is better not to be close to customers to design well!
    • How design is not necessarily about technology
    • How radical design transitions customers from one world to another
    • How adults give meaning to a product
    • Is design an outcome rather than a process

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