Link Love 21 September 2009

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Link Love is here once more for your web surfing pleasure. Enjoy and share.

1967 Australian Industrial Design Training Video“while a bit corny, really does hammer home just how multi-disciplinary our profession is.” – couldn’t have said it better. Via IDSA Materials & Processes Section.

The Hardest Thing about Mass Customization – A short post on why customization hasn’t become mainstream yet.

Change Order – A great blog on the Business & Process of Design.

idsgn – A Design Blog (Design & Branding News).

How 3M encourages collaboration – a business week article.

The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs: The Real Deal Behind The Reality Distortion Field - an article from Cult Of Mac on presentation techniques Steve Jobs employs.

Design Thinking for Startups - a slideshare presentation by Amir Khella.

Kiwi Saver – The Department of Conservation and local New Zealand Designers have come up with a Kiwi saver , or self setting trap to trap stoats and rats in an effort to save the endangered Kiwi.

Quotes on Design – Quotes, quotes, quotes – if you need a design quote for that latest writing assignment or presentation then this is where you should go.

4 Responses to Link Love 21 September 2009

  1. Amir Khella - September 21, 2009 at 5:07 pm

    Thanks for mentioning my presentation, guys.
    -Amir

  2. Warren Ginn - September 29, 2009 at 4:57 am

    Hey Guys,

    Thanks for the listing… Just one small correction:

    The name of the group is the IDSA Materials & Processes Section (not “Selection”). We are a Professional Interest Section of IDSA and while we do get into the why’s and how’s of material selection, we want folks to know that IDSA has many Sections to address the wide range of interests of our membership. A list of our Sections can be found here:

    http://www.idsa.org/absolutenm/templates/?a=69&z=34

    Thanks for letting me clarify this and many thanks for the listing.

    Cheers,

    Warren

    • Raph Goldsworthy - October 8, 2009 at 4:19 pm

      Warren,
      We made the correction, sorry about that – unfortunately mistakes sometimes don’t always get caught before publishing the post.
      Thanks for taking the time to comment and for letting us know about the mistake.

      Keep in touch?

      Thanks for stopping by.

      Raph

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