Archive for the 'Research' Category

International Scholarship Competition at Zollverein

Thursday, May 11th, 2006

Regular readers of this blog have become aware of the fact that the Zollverein area (where among others the Zollverein School of management and design is located) is a huge structural transformation project.
Once the workplace for generations of miners and coking workers today Zollverein is the symbol of structural change in the Ruhr-area towards […]

How Blogs and Forums differ | AIGA-Gain Mailing list

Wednesday, April 12th, 2006

In the course of my daily search for “truffles” on the web I’ve stumbled across AIGA’s online journal “Gain: Journal of Business and Design”. While digging further into content offered on their website comprising topics like “Communicating design thinking”, “Design as Strategy” or “Design Leadership” I’ve also joined the “AIGA-Gain mailing list … an informal, […]

Addendum to Sources on Anthropology & Design

Thursday, March 16th, 2006

Kudos to the “Master of Resources” Blogger Mark Vanderbeeken (Putting People First Blog) I’d like to add the following links to top off my previous two postings on Anthropology:

Thanks for pointing, Mark!

More Sources on Anthropology & Design from Nico Beucker

Thursday, March 16th, 2006

In the context of my posting from last week titled “On Design, Management & Anthropology” Nicolas Beucker a new colleague at the Zollverein School and a Professor for public & social Design at the Hochschule Niederrhein in Krefeld/Germany contacted me recently.
Prior to his appointment as a professor Nico has been working at the Institute for […]