Justin Farrell – Design Thinking

Justin Farrell – Design Thinking

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“Design Thinking!” – Design thinking stands for design-specific cognitive activities that designers apply during the process of designing.

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Use &#8216;design thinking&#8217; to jump-start creativityBy Doug Haddix<br />
Kiplinger Program director<br />
Outside-the-box design thinking can help newsrooms find ways to meet the changing needs of audiences. That’s the message from Justin Ferrell, a 2012 John S. Knight Journalism Fellow at Stanford University.<br />
In a new Kiplinger Program webinar, Ferrell discusses how to shake up your thinking, apply design tactics to new services or products, and brainstorm creatively and effectively. A 45-minute highlight video from the live webinar is available for free online. The webinar was held using Google Hangouts on Air technology. To see the slides clearly, watch the video with a quality setting of 360p or 480p.<br />
Ferrell is on leave from The Washington Post, where he has led the team responsible for the design of the newspaper’s website and mobile site. Among his many honors: designing the investigative project “Angler: The Cheney Vice Presidency,” which won the 2008 Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting. Check out his full bio.</p>

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