Three Practical Ways to Bridge the Gap Between Research and Design
by Monica Weiler | August 29, 2016 | in Essays
There are a lot of ways to build a strong bridge that connects research and design — here are three methods that have worked well for us when working to cross that gap.
Citi Community Development is looking for a summer design intern.
by Marshall Sitten | June 7, 2016 | in Jobs
Citi Community Development has a paid internship opportunity for someone both skilled in visual design and interested in documenting a signature service design initiative with the City of New York.
Improving AAC for ASD
by David Mahmarian | May 10, 2016 | in Case Studies, Essays
There is a dire need for people with Autism Spectrum Disorder to have access to adaptable solutions that are designed for their individual needs and wishes — in order to make it easier for them to interact with the world.
Taking Back the Touchpoint
by Kohzy Koh | November 11, 2015 | in Essays
As designers, we strive to create a coherent experience across all the touchpoints within a service interface. Yet across industries, service providers are settling for a poorer experience when it comes to touchpoints that they feel they have little control over.
NY OpenIDEO Meet-Ups: Let’s work together on the upcoming OpenIDEO College Affordability Challenge
by Nicole Cote | October 4, 2015 | in News
Introducing a challenge which invites us to reimagine how to make higher education more accessible, especially for lower-income students, by getting creative about how, when, and by whom programs are paid for.