Fictional cartoon characters deal with adversity differently to us humans. In cartoons, the characters reshape their concerns in exaggerated ways, often teaching us a lesson or demonstrating a moral. Where humans may brood about their concern, endlessly worrying about it,
“The future is not given,” wrote, Russian Nobel Laureate, Ilya Prigogine, ”especially in this time of globalization and the network revolution, behavior at the individual level will be the key factor in shaping the evolution of the entire human species.
"Design leadership helps to define the future and design management provides key tools for getting there." – Raymond Turner Design is a way of life, whether one is designing a logo or setting up a business, it is an iterative cyclical
In this short interview with Marco Ugolini, graphic and type designer, author of the font used in the Reshaping Concern brand identity, researcher Katherine Simpson finds out about how he integrates political concerns into his design practice. Marco perceives all design as
The cohort of MA Innovation Management 2019 at Central Saint Martins offers a unique positioning of a management and innovation course hosted in an art and design university. We are an interdisciplinary, multicultural collection of Innovation Managers, well-versed at operating in
If there is one certainty in today’s uncertain world, it is that we face unprecedented technological, cultural and political change. For many, this is a cause for concern, however for the graduating class of MA Innovation Management 2019 concern is