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Redesign at Putting People First Blog

Wednesday, April 19th, 2006

Congratulations go to Marc Vanderbeeken and his colleagues at the “Putting People First (PPF)-Blog” to their recent re-organization and re-design of their website and accordingly blog! PPF understands itself as a “non-commercial experience design gateway … developed as a public service to all those interested in the broader field of experience design and user-centred design.”
As we tend live […]

stuck somewhere in-between

Friday, April 7th, 2006

it is rainy and foggy here in cleveland. it was great to visit Zollverein School last month and had a chance to interact with the students. as i was reflecting on the conversation, one question that ringers with me was the comments that i heard after the talk. that was how i resolve the tension […]

Introducing: Mark Vanderbeeken

Thursday, February 9th, 2006

Mark Vanderbeeken, our first guest blogger did not disappoint me :-) In his typical Putting People First style Mark has been so kind to write a short note on the workshop he organised with Richard Eisermann and Roberto Verganti on how to foster the climate for regional innovation by user-centred design approaches.
While this description makes […]

Guest Posting: Mark Vanderbeeken |

Thursday, February 9th, 2006

Workshop on design and innovation for top Piedmont decision makers:
In mid-January 2006, Torino Internazionale (, the strategic agency for the city of Turin and the region of Piedmont, and the user experience company Experientia ( organised a successful workshop on design and innovation.
The workshop, which was aimed at top Piedmont decision makers, was lead by […]