Design 2.0 and Designing for the Ecosystem.

Posted by: Bruce Nussbaum on June 9, 2006

Innovation & Design’s very own Jessie Scanlon moderated a really thoughtful panel at Core77’s San Francisco conference last week while I was chasing birds in Costa Ricas. Check it out and while you’re at it, check out Adaptive Path, which is a regular stop for me.

Robyn Waters and Diego Rodriquez were particularly insightful. As was Steve Portigal.

As always, our Core77 partners did a swell job in dealing with complex design and innovation issues. Amazing how so many innovation champions we showcase in the first issue of IN have Core77 on their favorites list.

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