TummelVision 40: David Gray

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    Dave Gray, founder of XPLANE, and co-author of the book Gamestorming: A Playbook for Innovators, Rulebreakers and Changemakers, is known for his sketching and brainstorming techniques. At last year’s User Interface 15 Conference, Dave gave a 90-minute talk called Gamestorming: A Grammar for Creativity and Innovation. In light of the fact that Dave will be joining us for an October 20 virtual seminar, we’re presenting a sample of his UI15 talk for this podcast.

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  2. Core77 Broadcast: Brad Holland on Intellectual Property, interviewed by Steve Heller - Core77

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    http://www.core77.com/blog/broadcasts/core77_broadcast_brad_holland_on_intellectual_property_interviewed_by_steve_heller_6714.asp

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    http://www.core77.com/blog/podcast/afterschool_podcast_with_don_lehman_-_episode_15_author_leander_kahney_26210.asp

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  4. Afterschool Podcast with Don Lehman - Episode 13: Next Generation Gaming Consoles - Core77

    The past couple of weeks have seen the release of two next generation video game consoles: The PS4 and the Xbox One. I love when new consoles come out. It’s such an infrequent occurrence that every console becomes a milestone for design and technology. So I thought it would be fun to break down the game industry’s efforts, as well as try to decipher where they’re going next, with my buddy Peter Rivera-Pierola. Besides being an avid gamer and tech nerd like myself, Peter is also an industrial designer and a manager of strategic concepts at McDonald’s in Chicago.

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  5. Designing for the unknown - O’Reilly Radar

    Design principles are being applied in all aspects of business today — they are no longer limited to graphic design, product design, web design or even experience design….

    http://radar.oreilly.com/2014/12/designing-for-the-unknown.html?imm_mid=0c869f&cmp=em-na-na-na-newsltr_design_20141209

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