Brian Solis’ Revolution

Technology analyst and futurist Brian Solis examines technology, trends and best practices and introduces viewers to the thought leaders who are blazing the trail.

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Trust Me, I’m a Designer: 9 Principles for Creative Credibility by Jason CranfordTeague

A recent study by Demos (Demos.co.uk) called Truth, Lies and the Internet found that a third of teens polled in the UK believe any information they find on line is true without qualification. Even more staggering is that a 15% of that group admit to making their decision about the truthfulness of the content of a Web page based on appearance alone.

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Andrew McAfee’s Enterprise 2.0 and Social Business

Miss Annie: Pastels.And.Dots

Andrew McAfee of the MIT Center for Digital Business explains how new collaborative tools let everyone create and organize information

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Service and Experience Design 11. Needs Clusters, by Michael Eckersley, PhD

Sasya: melancholia

Service and Experience Design 11. Needs Clusters, by Michael Eckersley, PhD

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Stephen Anderson’s What’s Your Perception Strategy? (Why It’s NOT All About Content)

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If we focus too much on content, we ignore what we know about how our associative brain comes to makes sense new information. Think about how many people respond before reading past the first sentence

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10 things that startups do to build more sustainable, more innovati…

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Presentation given at the Design Wales 10 things conference – “10 things that startups do to build more sustainable, more innovative products and services, quic…
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Big ideas, little price tag

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Sometimes it’s the little things that make life better. Like the DVD envelop buried beneath my pile of mail—a reminder that for a low monthly cost I can enjoy unlimited movies with no late fees.
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