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 cohabitation and mutualism?
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 from theoretical frameworks and real-world experiences to offer a multifaceted approach to sustainable innovation.
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 this by utilizing a fusion of design and regenerative principles called Life Rising Design. Design denmark met up with them to hear more about their approach and why they aim to create a workplace revolution.
The design and implementation of what we term as ‘demolition activities’ or ‘removing the blinders’ in innovation parlance, is arguably one of the most anxiety-inducing tasks we undertake as innovation leaders
Celebrating the 100th anniversary of the birth of “The Grand Dame of Danish Design,” Nanna Ditzel
A New Approach to Organizational Transformation
How can we design for mutually beneficial relations with other species in
the places where we live?
Innovation leaders: Choose speed over direction when ramping up innovation projects