• Nelson TarucNelson Taruc, over 4 years ago

    The case studies I find most useful are when a project failed, but the designers/entrepreneurs learned something useful from that failure. Real stories that dive deep into those pain points, rather than gloss over them.

    Case studies of "successful" projects, in which the designers followed some version of "design thinking" methodology, and came to a great result … they rarely share the bumps in the process that would make them worth reading.

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    • Paul MitPaul Mit, over 4 years ago

      Agree, but that needs a lot of courage to write about failed projects. I've never met published case like this.

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