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Human centered design

Many organisations realise that becoming more human-centred is key to dealing with today’s innovation challenges. Human-centred design (HCD) has potential to contribute to this goal. However, its current impact on strategic innovation is limited. In this paper we describe the evolution of HCD methods to date, and the challenges and opportunities of applying HCD in strategic innovation. We show that these challenges could be addressed by augmenting HCD with methods from the field of design innovation. To do this, we propose the NADI-model that links these two worlds by considering the different layers of practices and knowledge they contain, and show how the deepest level of this model can bridge human-centred design and strategic innovation.

https://reader.elsevier.com/reader/sd/pii/S0142694X17300455?token=5C0C6A2FC36633AECA725DE0AB4150204393B207183934FC47991762CE86EDFBAC7CA80459FF3EB8D7122AA57903F8BF

 

Non profit organisation – IDEO.org – have created a human centered design toolkit and a field guide to human centered design. A wealth of resources are available at https://www.designkit.org .

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