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Service Design by Industrial Designers By Froukje Sleeswijk Visser
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Design practice is changing. The applications of design skills, knowledge, activities and processes seem to become wider everyday. More and more designers are tackling complex societal issues, and... More > apply their design skills to projects where product development no longer plays a big role. Many refer to these applications as ‘service design’. This book is aimed at people who want to learn more about the current dynamics and challenges the wave of service design brings to design practice. We critically reflect on recent developments related to service design and specifically on the consequences for the education of a new generation designers to deliver value to design practice. It is the result of a think tank at the Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology with a group of 25 master students, 8 staff involved in service design research and education, and 9 design practitioners.< Less
Putting the Park Back in Parkdale By Alissa North
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This publication documents student work created in an Option Studio held in 2008 at the University of Toronto’s Daniels Faculty. The studio focused on the community of Parkdale in Toronto's... More > west end.< Less
Took back time for you our Rhyme By Collin Lang
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My book is designed to give back what I took for granet for 40 years Truth. Most assume what they seen is all there is to explane this life they live, but explane has turned to complane and hate what... More > they failed to seek on there own and of there own free will, The free will of man is ending.< Less
From Box B to Box A & Back to Nowhere (Enclosed in Box C) By Justin time
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This 366-page collection of poetic prose, poItry, short stories and creative non-fiction is a tool designed to promote world peace, self-development and to call for an end to the illegal war in Iraq... More > - Operation Attackie. Enclosed is one of the unique pieces to peace puzzle only found here inside this book. A fun education for the whole family.< Less
What Your Doctor Won't Tell You About Your Lower Back By Bill Yancey
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While reading this book, you need to remember two things. We outlive our backs and we overuse them. They were designed by evolution to last a lifetime. Unfortunately, that lifetime was one of a... More > hominid hunter-gatherer who lived 35-40 years before he succumbed to disease, was caught in the open by a predator, or suffered a career-ending injury climbing a tree or a steep cliff. The human vertebral column filled its role admirably for 200,000 years. Social evolution, public health, modern society, and modern medicine changed our life style and lengthened our life span. We do things our ancestors would never have done (sit on our butts all day, for one). In addition, we live twice as long as they did.< Less
Collaboratism Full Color Version By Andre van de Geijn
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Gadgets. Who doesn't have a use for them today. Laptops, mobile phones, MP3/MP4 players, GPS navigators, remote-controlled car keys, flat screen TVs, and too many others to mention. The basis for the... More > seemingly never-ending stream of gadgets was the invention of the transistor (about 60 year ago). Millions, or even billions of those tiny 'switches' combined in high-density semiconductor devices are the reason your gadgets work and why they are constantly shrinking in size. Those familiar looking semiconductor devices are for many people simply 'black boxes'. Most may not care how they work, some are curious about how they are made, but for others, it is their job to create and improve them. This book gives an overview of how those semiconductor black boxes are developed, starting with the design, followed by a look at diffusion, and finally assembly/test, with the focus on how collaboration is the key to high-quality End-Products.< Less
Collaboratism Full Color Version By Andre van de Geijn
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Gadgets. Who doesn't have a use for them today. Laptops, mobile phones, MP3/MP4 players, GPS navigators, remote-controlled car keys, flat screen TVs, and too many others to mention. The basis... More > for the seemingly never-ending stream of gadgets was the invention of the transistor (about 60 year ago). Millions, or even billions of those tiny 'switches' combined in high-density semiconductor devices are the reason your gadgets work and why they are constantly shrinking in size. Those familiar looking semiconductor devices are for many people simply 'black boxes'. Most may not care how they work, some are curious about how they are made, but for others, it is their job to create and improve them. This book gives an overview of how those semiconductor black boxes are developed, starting with the design, followed by a look at diffusion, and finally assembly/test, with the focus on how collaboration is the key to high-quality End-Products.< Less
Collaboratism Full Color Hard Cover Version By Andre van de Geijn
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Gadgets. Who doesn't have a use for them today. Laptops, mobile phones, MP3/MP4 players, GPS navigators, remote-controlled car keys, flat screen TVs, and too many others to mention. The basis for... More > the seemingly never-ending stream of gadgets was the invention of the transistor (about 60 year ago). Millions, or even billions of those tiny 'switches' combined in high-density semiconductor devices are the reason your gadgets work and why they are constantly shrinking in size. Those familiar looking semiconductor devices are for many people simply 'black boxes'. Most may not care how they work, some are curious about how they are made, but for others, it is their job to create and improve them. This book gives an overview of how those semiconductor black boxes are developed, starting with the design, followed by a look at diffusion, and finally assembly/test, with the focus on how collaboration is the key to high-quality End-Products.< Less
Collaboratism Black & White Version By Andre van de Geijn
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Gadgets. Who doesn't have a use for them today. Laptops, mobile phones, MP3/MP4 players, GPS navigators, remote-controlled car keys, flat screen TVs, and too many others to mention. The basis for... More > the seemingly never-ending stream of gadgets was the invention of the transistor (about 60 year ago). Millions, or even billions of those tiny 'switches' combined in high-density semiconductor devices are the reason your gadgets work and why they are constantly shrinking in size. Those familiar looking semiconductor devices are for many people simply 'black boxes'. Most may not care how they work, some are curious about how they are made, but for others, it is their job to create and improve them. This book gives an overview of how those semiconductor black boxes are developed, starting with the design, followed by a look at diffusion, and finally assembly/test, with the focus on how collaboration is the key to high-quality End-Products.< Less
Mags 'n' Rags: Monday By Patricia Monopoli
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Book Three. America’s favorite new odd couple, Mags ‘n’ Rags are making headlines and the entertainment is unstoppable! Captivating a wide audience, the surprise ending in Mags... More > ‘n’ Rags, Saturday has children and adults alike wondering...is this a rumor, fact, or speculation? Blending two extreme lifestyles turns hysterical when Mags, a kind hearted girl, opens her home to a stranded doll.  Mags tries her best to make the tiny doll comfortable, yet the doll is not impressed by her cozy surroundings. The bossy, conceited doll, parading around like a runway model, has her chubby new keeper feeling a bit intimidated. Mags’ heart is broken when she realizes there isn’t anything in Rhode Island that could ever replace the doll’s previous lifestyle. Now traveling with Saturday’s secret, Mags ‘n’ Rags are delivering you the full package; promising to reveal their...Ultimate Surprise! Leading you into a brand new day, the story continues with Mags ‘n’ Rags, Sunday and Mags ‘n’ Rags, Monday.< Less