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Things about #TED
For brand identity, identity, identity design, logo design, corporate logo, corporate identity, branding design.
Recently I start thinking about an idea called Place Curation that contains two meanings, one is content curation for places, another one is collecting relevant places together. #Curation #PlaceCuration #SocialMedia #SocialDesign #Ideas #CurationCommons #Local
Brand owners can not only adopt creative commons for their contents, but also allow their fans to build a tribute brand project. For example, TED launched TEDx program to allow active TED fans to organize independent TEDx events. #Ideas #BrandCommons #Brand #OpenBrand
"In a post outlining Medium, Williams writes, 'We're re-imagining publishing in an attempt to make an evolutionary leap, based on everything we've learned in the last 13 years and the needs of today's world.' On the surface, Medium looks like a mashup between more...
In niche social networks, members can post projects, make friends, join groups, and interact around a focused subject. Hypothetically, users can do the same on Facebook. #Niche #SocialMedia #Websites #List
In his book The Evolving Self (1982), Kegan explores human life problems from the perspective of a single process which he calls meaning-making, the activity of making sense of experience through discovering and resolving problems. The purpose of the book is...
At the Christensen Institute, formerly the Innosight Institute, Horn and his team have evolved from mere advocates for blended learning to catalogers of its trends and commonalities. In May 2012, the organization released a white paper that broke blended learning...
The "action science" strategy of organizational development was defined and vigorously advanced primarily by Dr. Chris Argyris (with important help from Donald Schon and others) over a period of more than 50 years.
Quotation and links from Dana Chisnell's article: Beyond Frustration: Three levels of happy design. "Now it's not good enough to just be usable. The design has to fit into peoples' lives. It actually has to make people happy, and anticipate their...
When we use the word “serendipity” now, it’s usually to mean “a happy accident”. The parts of the definition that focus on sagacity, preparation and structure have slipped, at least in part, into obscurity. #SocialDesign #SocialMedia
Zeynep Tufekci: “ascribed ties” v.s. “achieved ties” "In short, I think this is because we are shifting from “ascribed ties” –people you inherit as close ties such as your family and your neighbors—to “achieved ties” –people you connect based on shared affinities...
The future of books, publishing, authors, editors and how we read and write in the digital age.
Talks and blog posts on anonymous, real name, and online identity. #SocialMedia #SocialDesign #Identity
Bio Oliver Ding is an information architect, a branding consultant and designer....more»