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Breaking Design & Innovation Barriers in Cross-Cultural Design

Often the reality of inculcating new design paradigms from deeply embedded cultural queues is no small task. Until now. Or Then. Depending on how you look at it.

iGNITIATE - Breaking Design & Innovation Barriers in Cross-Cultural Design

In a detailed, yet fluid enough system, A Case Study of a Cross-cultural Product Design Model helps to organize possible vectors for integrating Cultural Layers and Design features so as to create the balance necessary for successful design and innovation efforts as well as full fledged organizational change. From factors such as Physical / Material, Social and Spirtual/Ideal to Visceral, Behavioral, and Reflective we are able to use a new type of balancing act and which allows for the best of specific new design paradigms to emerge for either new product development or organization change. More specifically we see the capability to evolve such a model to be able to predict based on social and international standards possible design and functional capabilities yet to come.

 

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