Take a peek into the heart of STUCK Design, one of Singapore's leading design agencies. Find out what makes her founders tick, as they share candid conversations about design, business and creativity. As design practitioners and educators who have been in the business for over a decade, Donn, Jieyu and Tze have a wealth of tips and tricks to survive and thrive in the industry and staying creative. Take a listen and you might just get STUCK with Design.
What crazy ideas mean in design | STUCK with Tze
Is there ever too crazy an idea? Crazy ideas are often associated with things that are unfeasible or too out-of-this-world,but it doesn’t always have to be the most complex or challenging idea.Tze shares how crazy ideas can just be what is completely unexpected and unconventional that inspire new methods or designs.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~#stuckdesign #stuckindesign #podcast #processes #makethingspeoplelove #MTPL #stuckedu
How to experiment meaningfully in projects | STUCK with Tze
Thought experiments cost nothing to test.Experiments are valuable to discover newness but can often be costly and comes with the risk of failing.Yet experiments can also start from thought experiments, which cost close to nothing to test.Tze shares how to experiment meaningfully in different kinds of projects, and how the spectrum of experimentation can lead the design process. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ #stuckdesign #stuckindesign #podcast #processes #makethingspeoplelove #MTPL #stuckedu #designexperiment
Having a point of view when doing design research | STUCK with Jieyu
Doing research isn’t just about asking questions. Instead of conducting research with the mindset of a one-way collection of data, Jieyu shares how going into research with a point of view on the subject matter enriches the process and the data you collect. Jieyu also talks about how a qualitative research methodology, like design research, can provide a different kind of representation that quantitative research gives.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~If you would like to hear more like this you can find us on:Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/spotstuck Google: https://bit.ly/2Ufs9FG Apple: https://tinyurl.com/applestuck Or you can follow us on:Website: https://www.stuck.sg/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stuckdesign/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/stuckdesign/ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ #stuckdesign #stuckindesign #podcast #processes #makethingspeoplelove #MTPL
How bias plays a part in design research | STUCK with Jieyu:
Does bias really have no part to play in research?It is commonly believed that research studies should be unbiased and fair. Yet, biases are very much human and commonly found in research, especially qualitative studies. Jieyu shares how biases should be something to look out for when conducting design research, but also help to guide the synthesis of data and add richness to the research work.
How designers bring value in a specialised field | STUCK with Jieyu
Why do we need to hire a designer?Most companies have employees who are far more experienced, who understand the issues the company is facing more intimately and who by all logic would do a much better job at solving the problems the company is facing.So why would you pay someone who knows next to nothing about your issues to come in and tell you how to change your company? Let Jieyu share in this short snippet, the crux of why designers are paid to consult on complex issues that companies face and how they bring value to a field they may be novices in.#makethingspeoplelove #stuckindesign #designconsultancy
The unspoken rule that anchors design thinking | STUCK with Jieyu
Design thinking seems to be the hot new tend that everyone talks about.And though it seems quite simple in concept it is seen as something that only designers can do. Well the truth is,ANYONE CAN USE DESIGN THINKING. Listen to Jieyu as he breakdown what design thinking truly is, empathy and looking at things through someone else's shoes.Learn how you can employ a little design thinking in your own life and get ahead of the crowd.#stuckdesign #stuckindesign #makethingspeoplelove #MTPL #podcast #process