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Innovating for People Handbook of Human-Centered Design Methods (edition 2012)

by Luma institute

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This is your essential resource for innovation. It’s a collection of methods for practicing Human-Centered Design—the discipline of developing solutions in the service of people.
The thirty-six methods in this handbook are organized by way of three key design skills: Looking, Understanding, and Making.
We invite you to develop these skills in earnest and work with others to bring new and lasting value to the world.
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