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A curated selection of articles and interviews highlighting the contemporary in our Danish design past and the new, emerging perspectives and possibilities of the present.

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Designing for the New World

If design is part of the problem, how can design be part of the answer? In her new book Design for the New World....

What might it mean for us to move past human-centered design?

Design has thrived as a human-centered practice, but how can we move beyond the privileging of humans to explore design as a practice of...

Fostering Sustainable Innovation

Innovation is not a department; it's a culture. In this article Michael McKay delves into the complexities of fostering innovation within large organizations, drawing...

The Regenerative Workplace

Through the start-up Re-LAB, Sarah Lund Morrison and Louise Møller Nielsen are on a mission to create systemic changes in the workplace. They do...

Demolition of Preconceived Ideas

The design and implementation of what we term as 'demolition activities' or 'removing the blinders' in innovation parlance, is arguably one of the most...

Nanna Ditzel’s Guide to Creativity

Celebrating the 100th anniversary of the birth of “The Grand Dame of Danish Design,” Nanna Ditzel...

PAK vs KAP

A New Approach to Organizational Transformation ...

Designing for Interdependence

How can we design for mutually beneficial relations with other species in the places where we live? ...

Gaining Maneuvering Speed

Innovation leaders: Choose speed over direction when ramping up innovation projects ...