Ep 26 — Design Anthropology: what is it & why is it important? — The Huddle Show

Ep 26 — Design Anthropology: what is it & why is it important? — The Huddle Show

Status
Published
No.
26
Publish Date
Aug 11, 2016
Season
Season Two
Tags
Design Anthroology
Show Notes
How did Anthropology and Design come together? What does it mean for business and design? Find out with Huddlers Phil Bickerdike, Sarah Hyne, and Caitlyn Cook (our host). Discussing the tools, mindsets and approaches Design Anthropology offers, we discover how to produce the best results through representative research and co-design. Challenging the ‘All Knowing Designer’, Sarah and Phil illuminate the power relationships in research and design. Going deeper, we learn how Design Anthropology helps create products and services that truly serve the people they’re for. Phil and Sarah are strategic designers at Huddle and are currently completing their Masters degrees in Design Anthropology at Swinburne. Design Anthropology resources and communities: —EPIC, http://www.epicpeople.org —Melbourne Professional Design Anthropology, http://www.meetup.com/en-AU/Melbourne-Professional-Design-Anthropology-Meetup/ Interesting reading: —The Remarkable Advantage of Abundant Thinking, http://firstround.com/review/the-remarkable-advantage-of-abundant-thinking/?ct=t(How_Does_Your_Leadership_Team_Rate_12_3_2015) —Gut, Giulia Enders, http://www.readings.com.au/products/19441715/gut-the-inside-story-of-our-bodys-most-under-rated-organ —Big Magic, Elizabeth Gilbert, http://www.readings.com.au/products/19548665/big-magic-creative-living-beyond-fear
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