Starting Up with Design Thinking: The Story of LinkedIn’s Pulse
Jun29

Starting Up with Design Thinking: The Story of LinkedIn’s Pulse

We met Akshay Kothari, one of the two co-founders of Pulse, a business reader app that was famously displayed by Steve Jobs at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference in 2010 and was later acquired by LinkedIn for 90 Million Dollars. Akshay and his business partner Ankit Gupta started developing Pulse in 2010 when they were still students at Stanford.

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From Universe to Society
Jun25

From Universe to Society

One would not expect to find design thinking in a place where physicists and engineers use some of the world’s most powerful particle accelerators and complex scientific instruments to probe the fundamental structure of the universe. Yet at CERN a design thinking initiative was started. Why?

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The Link between Data Triangulation and Brainstorming Facilitation: Design Thinking at AirBnB
May16

The Link between Data Triangulation and Brainstorming Facilitation: Design Thinking at AirBnB

AirBnB is kind of a role model for »designpreneurship«: Entrepreneurs with backgrounds in design professions who start companies, which increasingly set the tone in an environment of digitalization. We visited Sasha Lubomirsky, the Head of User Research of AirBnB’s »Insights« team, to learn more about design thinking’s role for their current business development.

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From Stories and Metrics
May13

From Stories and Metrics

How Intuit communicates and measures the impact of its design thinking program.

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How AirBnB uses Design Thinking in Projects – An Example
May08

How AirBnB uses Design Thinking in Projects – An Example

Design thinking and design research inform strategic decision-making on many levels. This is an example of how AirBnB’s Insights team uses data to address current user experience challenges on the platform.

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