Monday, July 31, 2006

Design by listmaking

Somehow, it has become a week (or two) of lists.

1. From John Thackara at The Doors of Perception, the Power Laws Of Innovation:

Don’t start from zero. Re-mix what's already out there.

2. More from John Thakera, Eight Rules on How to be Good:

Hands-on or hands-off. Hungry people need posters and campaigns less than they need food to eat.

3. And some rules from Nabeel Hamdi:
Work backwards, move forwards; start where you can
4. Bob Sutton continues his reply to a WSJ article bashing brainstorming with these Eight Tips for Better Brainstorming.
Brainstorming sessions are worthless unless they are woven with other work practices.
5. Finally, making the rounds again recently, Michael McDonough's Top Ten Things They Never Taught Me In Design School, via Design Observer:
Start with what you know; then remove the unknowns.
6. Happy list reading!

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