Welcome to Innovation, IDSA's quarterly design journal and one of the best places to learn about the practice of design. Every issue of Innovation reaches the IDSA membership, the CEOs of Fortune 500 companies, universities, associations, design offices around the world and, of course, IDEA winners.
Here is the table of contents for the fall 2002 issue with selected articles available in PDF format:
YEARBOOK OF INDUSTRIAL DESIGN EXCELLENCE
From the Editor by Kristina Goodrich
Thanks to IDSA Conference Suppporters
A Year Like No Other by Bruce Nussbaum, H/IDSA
Patrtons of Industrial Design Excellence
The Design & Business Catalyst Award Good Design is Good Business
Aspect Medical Systems A-2000™ BIS® Monitor In and Beyond the Operating Room by David Chastain, IDSA
IDEA2002 Raising the Bar
Silver + Bronze IDEA Winners
Index of Winners
GOLD IDEA WINNERS
BUSINESS + INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT
CDI Dial Wrench Precision Design by Charles Davis, IDSA
New Holland CX Combine On the Cutting Edge by Russell W. Strong, IDSA
Pingtel xpressa™ Phone Business Made Simple by Daniel Cuffaro, IDSA
MegaSecur Water-Gate Barrier Stop It! by Christian Bergeron
Belkin OmniView SoHo Series KVM Take Control by Ernesto Quinteros, IDSA and Mitchell Suckle, IDSA
Handspring Treo Technology That Fits Your Pocket by Scott Underwood
iMac G4 It's all Here by Apple Computer, Inc.
Chess Set Checkmate! by Lydia Bjornlund
GE Profile Advantium™ 120 ATCSpeedcook Oven Quck and Easy … and Tasty Too! by Marc Hottenroth
iPod Play On! by Apple Computer, Inc.
Malden Mills Polartec Heat® Blanket Feel the Heat by Daniel Cuffaro, IDSA
MasterLock Titanium Series Padlocks A Lock on Good Design by Maryann Finiw, IDSA
OXO Suction Cup Bathroom Accessories Veritcal Hold! by Scott Henderson, IDSA
Why Design Thinking is the next competitive advantage.
Roger Martin is not a designer. That is clear from reading the book. He is however very articulate in translating what designers do into a language that business people should not find hard to understand. Is it an accurate reflection of the designers mind, thinking and methodology. Partially, at best. Does that matter? Not at all! Martin does a fantastic job (better than I have seen any designer do!) of bridging the two worlds.