Five skills designers have that global development needs
A question for designers, engineers, and other professionals: What do you and I have in common with a low-income Indian mother?
Straight from the World Economic Forum, our talk: “Think Like MacGyver: Creative Resilience in the Developing World”
How can I, in my daily life, actively cultivate the skills I need as an engineer and designer?
Four ways to break out of the design process mold: design mind-meld, extreme co-creation, destabilization, user-originated design.
A recap of the Social Impact Design Summit in New York — how do we overcome common challenges to advance the industry?
The secret to a product’s success: it must get M.A.D.E.
5 myths of “Design for the Poor” and why it’s important that we debunk them.
Tyler breaks down the struggle between the desire to build local capacity and the need to export manufacturing to industrialized nations.