INNOVATION reviewed its archives and asked popular authors of the past to take a fresh look at their previously published articles and reflect on them with a new piece. This Then & Now Summer 2015 INNOVATION lets readers catch up with material they may have previously not read but with an updated twist.
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Here is the Table of Contents for the Summer 2015 issue. Articles highlighted in red are available to anyone as PDFs.
THEN & NOW
The Alarm/Clock/Radio: Case 12:30 by Budd Steinhilber, FIDSA
Anatomy of a Design Patent by Terry M. Gernstein
Design & Environmental Action original by Victor Papanek, IDSA, FSIAD; Reflection by Philip White, IDSA, LCACP
A Focus on ‘What If?’: How Design Is Changing Organizations original by Michael Westcott, IDSA; Reflection by Carole Bilson, IDSA
Contexts of Achievement by Nancy J. Perkins, FIDSA
Market Value Innovation: Designing the Experience by Ronald J. Sears, PhD, IDSA
Designing With Corporate Goals in Mind by Cooper Woodring, FIDSA
Continuous Visual Conjoint: Discovering Novel Design Directions that Align with User Preferences by Seth Orsborn, PhD, IDSA; Jonathan Cagan, PhD, PE, IDSA; and Peter Boatwright, PhD
Designing Within the Four Corners of the Law by Michael Prince
IN EVERY ISSUE
Chair’s Report by John Barratt, IDSA
IDSA HQ by Daniel Martinage, CAE
Letter to the Editor
Design Defined by Barry M. Katz
Beautility by Tucker Viemeister, FIDSA
A Look Back by Carroll Gantz, FIDSA