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In today’s world we encounter huge global challenges: climate chance, inequality, health, food access
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Collaboration is necessary to create these solutions; we need different backgrounds, cultural as well
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needed to tackle these global issues. But above all, “it’s about letting go of the search for the right
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Talking about interdisciplinary design, Think Like an Engineer, Don’t Act Like One gives new insights
from the mind of an engineer: widen your horizon and broaden your perspective. Our globalizing world,
with interconnected societies and worldwide cooperation, confronts designers with the challenge of
facing cultural diversity in design; Culture Sensitive Design offers a practical overview of both theory
and methods to become culturally sensitive with design. Through curious mindsets and surprising
features, designers, learners, and innovators are moved to new types of perspectives, approaches,
beliefs, and routines. Framing Play Design provides frameworks to design for play experiences.

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Content

4 NEW TITLES FALL 2020

6 Delft Design Guide


Perspectives - Models - Approaches - Methods

7 Culture Sensitive Design


A Guide to Culture in Practice

8 Inspired By Method
Creative Tools for the Design Process

9 Framing Play Design


A Hands-on Guide for Designers, Learners and Innovators

10 Creative Content Kit


A Method to Ideate and Create Content Strategy

11 The Fast Guide to Accessibility Design

12 Think Like an Engineer, Don’t Act Like One

13 Think Like a... - series

14 Holey Bible
Guidance on How to Live a More Creatively Enlightened Life

15 Dare to Ask
Learn to Ask Questions Like a Pro

16 Creative Connection Memory Game

17 Lay Your Cards on the Table


Spark the Conversation Between Different Generations

18 Dilemmarama
The Happy Edition
19 RECENTLY PUBLISHED

20 Branded Protest
20 Don’t Buy This Book
20 Good Services
20 Know Your Onions - Corporate Identity
21 Dutch Design Cowboys
21 Fizz
21 Pregnancy Cookbook
21 Frame Your Imagination
22 Museum Art Cards
22 My Photography Game

24 HIGHLIGHTED Gift
36 HIGHLIGHTED Creative Business

29 BACKLIST

29 Creative Business
32 Design
34 Architecture and Spatial Design
35 Gift Books
37 Notebooks and Postcards
38 Games

40 Contact

42 Index
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Delft Design Guide


Perspectives - Models - Approaches - Methods

This revised edition of the Delft Design Guide details strategies, techniques, and methods Info
taught at the Bachelor and Master curriculum at the faculty of Industrial Design Engineering
at the Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) — one of the top universities in the world. August 2020
224 pages
Formatted in a practical one-page text, illustrated for further clarification, and enriched with 10⅛ x 7⅞ inches
further reading suggestions. Flexicover
$ 45.00
It presents 12 perspectives on design, 6 models that describe how design works as an activity, ISBN 978 90 6369 540 8
ISBN 978-90-6369-540-8
13 approaches that describe part of the design process, and 70 design methods used. Some
are unique to the university, but most are commonly known and widely used. Product design
at TU Delft is regarded as a systematic and structured activity, purposeful and goal-oriented.
Due to its complexity, designing requires a structured and systematic approach, as well as 9 789063 695408

moments of heightened creativity.

Design students can use the book as a reference manual in their design projects, managing
their personal development in becoming a designer. Design tutors can use it as a reference
manual to support students in their learning process. Design professionals can use the guide
as a reference manual to support their design processes.

Delft Design guiDe — 103 defIne


Delft Design guiDe — 45 dIscover Pugh’s checklist for generating design 9. ProDuction fAcilities: Should the 17. storAGe: Are there long periods of
requirements product be designed for existing production storing time during production, distribution
facilities, or is it possible to invest in or usage of the product? Does this call for
1. PerformAnce: What main functions does new production resources? Will (part of ) specific storage measures?

user oBservatIons
the product need to fulfil? What functional
properties should it have (speed, power,
strength, precision, capacity, etcetera)?
production be outsourced?
-------------------------------------------------
10. size AnD WeiGHt: Are there boundaries
-------------------------------------------------
18. testinG: What quality tests are
conducted on the product, both inside and
lIst of reQuIrements
------------------------------------------------- to the size and weight of the product due to outside the company?
2. environment: What kind of production, transport or use? ------------------------------------------------- when can the method be used? A List of Requirements states the important
When can the method be used? User Observation helps you to study what your intended environmental influences does the product ------------------------------------------------- 19. sAfety: Should specific precautions be The List of Requirements is drafted on the
characteristics that your design must meet in order to be
Depending on the discipline there may 11. AestHetic, APPeArence AnD finisH: basis of an analysis of all the information
be different hypotheses and research
users do in a specific situation. Observations enable you need to withstand during production,
transport and use (temperature, vibrations, Which preferences do buyers and users have?
taken with regards to the safety of users and
non-users? successful. A List of Requirements describes concretely
gathered on the design problem. A product
questions to be answered, and thus very to understand phenomena, influential variables or other moisture, etcetera)? What effects of the Should the product fit a house style? -------------------------------------------------
design is ‘good’ insofar as it complies with all of your design objectives and can be used to select
product to the environment should be ------------------------------------------------- 20. ProDuct Policy: Are there requirements
different data to be assessed and anal- elementary interrelations in ‘real life’. avoided? 12. mAteriAls: Should certain materials resulting from the company’s current product the stated Requirements. A structured list the most promising ideas and design proposal(s) or
ysed. Human Sciences mainly focus on the ------------------------------------------------- (not) be used (because of safety or portfolio? of Requirements is particularly vital when
behaviour of people and their interactions 3. life in service: With what intensity will the environmental reasons)? ------------------------------------------------- designing complex products that involve
combinations of proposals.
product be used and how long should it last? ------------------------------------------------- 21. societAl AnD PoliticAl imPlicAtions: coping with many aspects. In teams, a list
with the social and technical environment. useful to add further data sources to Limitations of the method ------------------------------------------------- 13. ProDuct life sPAn: How long is the What opinions are there currently in society
Using well-defined indicators, you can triangulate the analysis and interpreta- When people know that they are being 4. mAintenAnce: IIs maintenance necessary product expected to be produced and sold? concerning the product? is helpful in ensuring that you are all on STEP 2 • the requirements must be operational
describe, analyse and explain the relations tion of the data; for example, you may observed, they might behave differently and possible? What parts need to be ------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------- the same page. This list can even serve as Define as many requirements as possible. • the list must be non-redundant
accessible? 14. stAnDArDs, rules AnD reGulAtions 22. ProDuct liAbility: For what kinds of a contract between client and designer STEP 3 • the list must be concise
between observable and hidden variables. combine observations with interviews than they would normally. When they do
------------------------------------------------- What standards, rules and regulations design, production or usage mistakes can the whereby you agree on the direction of further Identify gaps in your knowledge, that is, • the requirements must be
Observations are helpful whenever you to get a better understanding of what not know, ethical guidelines need to be 5. tArGet ProDuct cost: What require- (nationally and internationally) apply to producer be held accountable?
development. The Requirements keep evolving information that needs to be gathered by practicable.
have no or hardly any understanding of was going through people’s minds. taken into consideration. ments are set by transport of the product during the product and to the production process? -------------------------------------------------
production and to the location of usage? Should standardisation within the company 23. instAllAtion AnD initiAtion of use: during the development process as the research.
phenomena, influential variables or other For analyses all data are grouped in
------------------------------------------------- or within the industry be taken into account? What requirements result from assembly design proposals become more concrete and • Put the requirements into practice: limitations of the method
elementary interrelations, or want to see combinations of pictures, remarks and tips & concerns 6. trAnsPort: What requirements are set by ------------------------------------------------- outside the factory, installation, connecting detailed. determine their variables in terms • Spending too much time on analysing
what will happen in ‘real life’. Different quotes and qualitatively analysed. • Always carry out a pilot. transport of the product during production and 15. erGonomics: What requirements result to other systems and learning how to handle of observable or quantifiable and defining design requirements
observations will confront you with both • Make sure that the stimuli, such as to the location of usage? from observing, understanding, handling, and operate the product?
------------------------------------------------- operating (etcetera) the product? ------------------------------------------------- how to use the method? characteristics. can hinder your creative process.
expected and unexpected situations. When Possible procedure models and prototypes, are suitable In the beginning it is vital to make a structure • Not: the price should be as low as Employ an iterative approach, where
7. PAckAGinG: Is packaging needed? Against ------------------------------------------------- 24. reuse, recyclinG: Can the material
exploring the design problem, it is helpful For User Observation to understand for the observations and ready in time. what should the packaging protect? 16. reliAbility: What chance of failure cycle be extended by reuse of parts and that helps you to reach completeness. There possible. But: the consumer price you switch between sketching and
to articulate the aspects that influence usability aspects of your design: • Ask those you wish to observe for their ------------------------------------------------- is acceptable? What kind of failure and materials? Are parts and materials easy to are several tools for this. At first, the list will should be between € 100 and € 125 defining criteria.
the interactions. Observing people in their STEP 1 permission if you want to disclose the 8. quAntity: What is the amount of units consequences to the functioning of the separate for recycling or waste processing?
serve as a checklist. You must gather more > cost price between € 25 and € 30. • Do not overly limit the possibilities
to be produced? In batches or in continuous product should be avoided at all cost?
daily routines leads to a better under- Determine what, who and where you want observations, or be sure to make them production? information to ensure concrete and valid • Make a distinction between demands of your design by defining too many
standing of what makes a good product to observe – the whole situation. anonymous. requirements. For example when designing and wishes: demands must be met, requirements.
or service experience. Watching people STEP 2 • Think about inter-rater reliability. It is a playground, you need to know about how wishes are used to choose between
interacting with your prototypes will help Define criteria for the observation – easier to plan this at the beginning of children play, ergonomic data, et cetera. ideas and design proposals. tips & concerns
you to improve your design. You will gain duration, money, main design criteria. a study rather than later. • Example of demand: the product • To make your requirements more
a better understanding of your design STEP 3 • Think of ways to operationalise the During a design project, new perspectives weight should not exceed 23 kg concrete, define them in numerical
problem and how and why concepts work Select and invite participants. data. on the design problem frequently lead to because of labour rules. terms. For example, change: ‘The
effectively – and also rich illustrations STEP 4 • Go through your notes and add the identification of new requirements. • Example of a wish: the product should product should be portable’ into: ‘The
to help you communicate your design Prepare the observation sessions – check impressions as soon as possible after Therefore, the requirements should be be considered ‘comfortable’ by as product should weigh less than 5 kg’.
decisions to various stakeholders. whether video/photography is allowed; each observation. constantly updated and changed. The many test subjects as possible. Sometimes it takes too long to reliably
make an observation form, including • Engage stakeholders by doing at outcome is a structured List of requirements STEP 4 quantify something or evaluate it
how to use the method? a checklist of everything you want to least part of the analyses together. and standards. Eliminate requirements that are similar numerically. Therefore, this step is not
If you want to observe people in their observe and questions for interviews; and However, be aware that they might or do not discriminate between design a must.
Possible procedure alternatives. • Mention the sources in the List of
natural setting without intervening, you do a pilot observation. take only one or two impressions as a
STEP 1 Identify whether there is a hierarchy requirements – publications, experts,
can do this by acting as ‘a fly on the wall’ STEP 5 reference.
Make a structure based on one of the checklists of requirements. Distinguish between own research, et cetera.
or by observing and asking questions. For Execute the observations. • The hardest part of observing is to
in order to generate requirements. lower-level and higher-level require- • Give your requirements a structured
subtler research, you observe how people STEP 6 keep your mind open. Do not look for
ments. numbering so that you can easily
react to situations in real practice or in a Analyse your data and transcribe the things you already know. Instead, be STEP 5 refer to them. Using Process Tree
What started out as a graduation project at the
lab situation. Video is the preferred means video results. prepared for the unexpected. For this Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering in Delft Make sure that your requirements fulfil numbering immediately shows the
of documenting observation results, but STEP 7 reason, video is preferred; though it resulted in a successful product: the main design the following conditions: reason for a certain requirement.
many other methods are also available, Communicate and discuss your findings is time-consuming, it provides you requirement for the Senz˚ Umbrella was that it
• each requirement must be valid • Use more than one checklist;
such as photos and taking notes. As with with your stakeholders. with rich illustrations and latitude for should be able to withstand wind speeds of up to
100 km/h! And it does. Photo: Senz˚ • the list must be complete checklists complement each other.
any other research method, it is very multiple observations.

RefeRences & fuRtheR Reading: Cross, N., 1989. Engineering Design Methods. Chichester: Wiley. / Hubka, V. and Eder, W.E., 1988. Theory
of Technical Systems: A Total Concept Theory for Engineering Design. Berlin: Springer. / Jones, J.C., 1982. Design Methods: Seeds of Human
Collage of photobooths mounted on cardboard, gelatin silver prints, 455 x 585 mm (detail), 1972 Franco Vaccari Futures. Chichester: Wiley. / Pahl, g. and Beitz, W., 1984. Engineering Design: A Systematic Approach. London: Design Council. / Pugh, S., 1990.
RefeRences & fuRtheR Reading: Abrams, B., 2000. The observational research handbook: Understanding how consumers live with your product. Total Design: Integrated Methods for Successful Product Engineering. Wokingham: Addison Wesley. / Roozenburg, N.F.M. and Eekels, J.*, 1995.
Lincolnwood, Ill: NTC business Books. / Daams, B.*, 2011. Product-ergonomie, ontwerpen voor nut, gebruik en beleving. Undesigning. / Stempfle, J. and Product Design: Fundamentals and Methods. Utrecht: Lemma.
Badke-Schaub, P.,* 2002. Thinking in design teams - an analysis of team communication. Design Studies, September, 23(5), pp. 473-496.

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specifies four alternative strategies for corporate growth
THE PERFORMANCE When can the method be used? Questionnaires are research tools consisting of a series
used to help define a company’s strategic Questionnaires can be used in several
of questions and other prompts intended for gathering
DID YOU DANCE DURINg

markEt Product objectives in the early stages of product based on different product-market combinations. Its phases of the design process. In a prelimi-
information from respondents.
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innovation. It is a two-by-two matrix with basic premise is that a company’s attempts to grow nary phase they can be useful for gaining
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information about the target group,


four quadrants. Each quadrant identifies depend on whether it markets new or existing products
DID YOU LIKE THE SHOW

generic strategies for corporate growth: product use and opinions on existing knowledge about the target group and • Designers often criticise Questionnaire
1. market penetration, that is, selling
in new or existing markets. products. Questionnaires are also used for help you to determine what to focus results for being too abstract. For
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2. market development, that is, selling tives of companies. From a designer’s limitations of the method This helps the designer in choosing one solution. suited for eliciting empathy and deep
existing products to new customers, standpoint, the Ansoff Matrix can be best • The Ansoff Matrix is particularly useful out of several concepts and/or assessing insights. But for determining whether
3. product development, that is, selling viewed as a means of goal setting. This for multi-product organisations or consumer acceptance of the concepts. Possible procedure large groups share certain values and
new products to existing customers, is because the design, development and organisations that are planning to 4 STEP 1 needs, quantitative data are needed.
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and marketing of a company’s new products increase their market share. It is less
4. diversification, that is, selling new are guided by the overall growth strategy applicable for small businesses with a as Questionnaires can be used in order determine the topics you want to address. tips & concerns
DID YOU FEEL CONNECTED TO THE
products to new customers. Each of the company and these activities single division or entrepreneurial start- REST OF THE AUDIENCE to gain insight into the frequency with STEP 2 • Ask yourself whether the Questionnaire
which certain perceptions/opinions/ Choose the form of response per question, will answer all your research questions
strategy is associated with a different need to be carried out in the light of the ups. ?
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level of risk, which increases as one risks associated with the predetermined • In practice, cases typically do behaviours occur and into the level of for example, closed, open or categorical. and whether all of its questions are
All

moves into a new quadrant, vertically growth strategy. not fall neatly into one of the four interest of consumers in certain product STEP 3 really necessary.
and/or horizontally. alternative strategies. For instance, not At no VeRY or service concepts. Also, they enable you Formulate the questions. • You can use Questionnaires to collect
All no oPPInIon YeS Much to determine the most interesting target STEP 4 qualitative data as well. Sometimes,
Accordingly, market development carries Possible procedure an organisation may primarily use a
the lowest risk and diversification the STEP 1 product development growth strategy group for the product or service. Determine the question order, group limited numbers of respondents in
similar questions and make a clear layout. combination with deep and open
highest risk. The application of the Ansoff Define the company’s current products but might follow a market penetration
Questionnaires can be administered STEP 5 questions result in more useful data
Matrix can help you to evaluate alternative and markets. strategy in certain markets. Much oPPInIon All
face-to-face or by telephone, or be filled Pre-test and improve the Questionnaire. than large numbers of respondents.
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growth strategies and assess which is likely STEP 2 VeRY no not At
in by the respondents themselves either on STEP 6 • Questionnaires are often boring to fill
to result in the best possible return. The Identify which quadrant best describes tips & concerns
paper or via the Internet. Invite the right respondents depending on in, making it difficult to get enough
not At

matrix can support you in making informed the company’s current growth strategy. • The Ansoff Matrix does not identify
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the topic: a random sample or selected responses. Make your research more
decisions regarding the company’s STEP 3 the ideal strategy – it merely provides ?
How to use the method? respondents, for example, those who are fun by incorporating visuals, for
product portfolio and its market position. Define the new products and markets the an outline of alternative methods of DANCE DURINg THE PERFORMANCE Questions in the Questionnaire should knowledgeable about the topic and vary in example; online versions provide
These decisions set the direction for the company can feasibly venture into. achieving growth. It is the decision-
follow from your research questions. age and gender. possibilities for doing so.
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company’s business strategy and have STEP 4 maker’s responsibility to evaluate
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important implications for what kinds of Plot each product/market combination them in the light of the company’s
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than it seems, and the quality of the Present the results by reporting with consumers, the presentation of
DID YOU DANCE DURINg

new products you will develop. on the 2 x 2 matrix. capabilities and external conditions
Questionnaire determines the usefulness percentages for answer options or using these concepts is crucial. The concepts
THE PERFORMANCE

REST OF THE AUDIENCE

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STEP 5 when making the final choice.
of the outcomes. It is recommended to statistics to report mean results and test should be clear. Test this before
oPPInIon

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read up on Questionnaire construction relationships between variables/questions. distributing the Questionnaire – see
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strategy precede those concerning combination. a ‘new‘ product or market is – to do The end result depends on the goal of limitations of the method
business and marketing strategies and are STEP 6 this one must first establish what the the research. Examples are: insight into • Subconscious or more emotional
typically taken by senior innovation mana- Choose a growth strategy in the light current products and markets are. the frequency of certain opinions or information cannot be gathered with
gers. While novice designers are unlikely of the company’s ambitions and ability • The four strategies carry different behaviours, the frequency of the perceived Questionnaires.
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to find themselves using the Ansoff Matrix to mitigate the risks and exploit the levels of risk, but that should not be advantages and disadvantages of existing • The quality of the results strongly
in their daily tasks, a thorough understan- opportunities associated with each interpreted as an excuse to stick to the DID YOU LIKE THE SHOW solutions, or the occurrence of certain depends on the quality of the
ding of its basic principles is still valuable option. least risky strategy. The risks should ? needs. Such insights provide you with Questionnaire. Longer Questionnaires
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not At no VeRY
All no oPPInIon YeS Much RefeRences & fuRtheR Reading: Creusen, M.E.H., Hultink, E.J. and Eling, K.*, 2013. Choice of consumer research methods in the front end of new
references & furtHer reADinG: Ansoff, H.I., 1957. Strategies for diversification. Harvard Business Review, September-October, 35(5), pp. 113- product development. International Journal of Market Research, January, 55(1), pp. 81-104. / Lietz, P., 2010. Research into questionnaire design - A
124. / Johnson, g. and Scholes, K., 2002. Exploring Corporate Strategy: Text and Cases. 6 th ed. London: Prentice Hall. / Mullins, J.W. and Walker, summary of the literature. International Journal of Market Research, 1 September, 52(2), pp. 249-272. / McDaniel Jr. C. and gates, R., 2001. Primary Data
Visitors to a theatrical performance in Copenhagen were asked to give their opinion after the
O.C., 2013. Marketing Management, A Strategic Decision-Making Approach. 8 th ed. Singapore: Mcgraw-Hill/Irwin. Collection: Survey Research. In Marketing Research Essentials. pp. 170-208. Cincinnati, Ohio: South-Western College Publishing. / McDaniel, C. Jr. and
show by tearing these flyers to indicate their answer. Designed by Alessia Cadamuro
gates, R., 2001. Questionnaire Design. In Marketing Research Essentials. pp. 287-324. Cincinnati, Ohio: South-Western College Publishing.

Author Related • Revised edition: about 30


new perspectives and methods
Annemiek van Boeijen is Assistant Professor in Design, Culture & added, that’s 33% new content
Design Think
Society at the faculty of Industrial Design Engineering at TU Delft, Make Break
where she obtained her master degree and PhD. Her research Repeat,
focuses on the role of culture in design processes. page 35 • The previous edition sold more than
Jaap Daalhuizen is Associate Professor in Design Methodology
11,500 copies
at the Technical University of Denmark. He obtained his master
degree in Integrated Product Design as well as his PhD at TU Delft.
Jelle Zijlstra is industrial designer and head of the Motion Strategic Design, • TU Delft is among the top
department at the Design Academy Eindhoven; he teaches design page 34
at IPO Rotterdam and design didactics at TU Delft.
universities in Europe
and in the world

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Culture Sensitive Design


A Guide to Culture in Practice

Our globalizing world, with interconnected societies and worldwide cooperation, with migration Info
and ever-increasing digitization brings together a complexity of cultural groups that need
to live together. Consequently, it confronts designers with the challenge of facing cultural November 2020
160 pages
diversity in design. 9⅛ x 7½ inches
Flexicover
This book offers a detailed overview of both theory and practical methods to equip designers $ 45.00
to become culture sensitive in the 21st century design culture. Richly illustrated by anecdotes, ISBN 978 90 6369 561 3
ISBN 978-90-6369-561-3

examples, and cases, Culture Sensitive Design motivates design students, practitioners and
educators to reflect on their own cultural backgrounds, learn more about the theories around
cultures, and at the same time to stimulate them to put insights into practice. 9 789063 695613

Culture Sensitive Design helps not only to avoid mismatches between intended users and
designs, but also to avoid mistakes that make our designs unacceptable for some groups of
people. It is also needed to open up the design space, to create a source of new and better
solutions.

Author Related • Models and methods to examine


cultures and apply insights in practice
Annemiek van Boeijen (MSc), trained as an industrial Politics of Design,
designer, is Assistant Professor Industrial Design at page 34
the faculty of Industrial Design Engineering at the Delft • Richly illustrated - with photos and
University of Technology. Her research focuses on the graphics - to accompany anecdotes and
role of culture in design processes. The aim is to develop
knowledge and design methods & tools that support
case studies
designers with a culture sensitive approach to design. She is
initiator and co-editor of the Delft Design Guide, moderator of • For design students,
the awarded Massive Open Online Course Product Design:
The Delft Design Approach, and runs the double blended practitioners, and educators
online course for master design students and design
practitioners in Cultural Sensitive Design.

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Inspired by Method
Creative Tools for the Design Process

What is inspiration? Can there be a method for finding inspiration? This book is both a guide to Info
and a source of inspiration.
November 2020
240 pages
Designing involves individuality and a systematic approach, which we may apply consciously 8⅞ x 7⅜ inches
or subconsciously, depending on the project. The 5D-method for inspiration, created by Paperback
author Alexandra Martini, is an incisive tool that you can use in any design process. It takes $ 45.00
ISBN 978 90 6369 573 6
away the fear of starting a new project. This method uses the following five dimensions:
ISBN 978-90-6369-573-6

Formal-Aesthetic Dimension, Haptic Dimension, Production Dimension, Cultural Dimension,


and Interactive Dimension. It will help you analyze, experiment with and realize your ideas. The
first phase of the book will get you started with the method. The second phase encourages 9 789063 695736
you to experiment and explore some unusual paths.

Inspired by Method is for all budding creatives who are involved with design in any shape
or form. It is for anyone that wants to deepen their knowledge and intellectual portfolio
professionally and develop their design skills further. The book provides orientation, guidance,
methodology and a soft process algorithm.

• The 5D-method has a proven


Author track record, based on the author’s
original, innovation research
Professor Alexandra Martini studied design at the Berlin
University of the Arts (UdK) and the Escuela Superior del
Disenõ Elisava, Barcelona. She holds a diploma in industrial • Includes a toolkit that will become a
design and a master’s in design from the Royal College of lifelong resource
Art, London. She established her reputation with her Berlin
office for design MARTINI, MEYER and is active in the fields
of interiors, design and communication design. She is a • The method combines craft
professor in the design department at the University of practice with design theory
Applied Sciences Potsdam, Germany.

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Framing Play Design


A Hands-on Guide for Designers, Learners and Innovators

This book provides frameworks and theories at a more operational level, which can guide Info
those interested in designing for particular play experiences at a hands-on level.
September 2020
240 pages
For many decades, play has been placed outside of learning spheres and only meant for 9⅞ x 8⅜ inches
children. In Europe today, there is a revival of characteristics and potentials found in strong Paperback
play experiences. By observing life-long learning target groups, applied situations, and $ 45.00
ISBN 978 90 6369 572 9
experience development industry — it is been proven that effect play is extremely beneficial. ISBN 978-90-6369-572-9

This book provides operational design guidelines on how to find strong balances in the making
of specific play-based designs as well as how to involve users and stakeholders in the process
of play design making. 9 789063 695729

Through curious mindsets and surprising features, designers, learners, and innovators are
moved to new types of perspectives, approaches, beliefs, and routines. This is considered
to be a vital ingredient in the 21st century and the coming decade because of rapid changes
in school sectors and industry markets. The goal of this book is to provide the framework
and theories at a more fundamental level in order to guide those interested in designing a
forward-thinking play experiences at a hands-on level.

Author
• The authors have collaborated with
For the last 10 years, Sune Gudiksen worked with all sorts of play and the Lego Foundation to promote the
game-based design and innovation process methods. He has written several book at the Lego Idea Conference, on
conference papers, research journal articles, and anthology chapters. Recently,
he published the dissemination book Gamification for business (Kogan page, platforms including LinkedIn with a
2019). combined reach of 15,000+ dedicated
followers
Helle Skovbjerg is the first professor on play design in Denmark and has a large
international researcher network. She published around 60 publications and
has been editor of several books, including a broad foundational book called • Covers Northern European play
Perspectives On Play (2016). She is the program leader of the design-for-play design practice
education and research initiative at Design School Kolding as well as the newly
started project Playful Research Learning with all university colleges in Denmark
represented.

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Creative Content Kit


A Method to Ideate and Create Content Strategy

Creative Content Kit is an innovative four step method (model, filter, frame, amplify) to create Info
content strategy through ideation, planning, and prototyping. This deck of cards is made to
facilitates content-thinking in teams and provide a liberating structure for independent and September 2020
6⅛ x 4¾ x 1½ inches
solo users. Boxed set
65 cards
The first stage, MODEL, contains cards that help you to define the reason your content needs $ 24.99
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second stage, FILTER, present content types that you can choose to include or exclude in your
editorial approach. This stage is a critical moment for ideation; it is where you will decide what 9 789063 695682
is going to be produced and published. FRAMES are platforms which present and distribute
your content. They represent how and where your audience will experience content: videos
on Facebook, photos on Instagram, short texts on Twitter, etc. Finally, you want assure your
strategy can reach your audience, and that your content will not get lost or ignored. AMPLIFY
is the fourth and final stage, it helps to expose your content to the optimal number of people.

Author
• The author is very involved
Ana Bender achieved an academic distinction at London with the promotion. She toured
College of Communication (University of the Arts London) around Brasil (Latin America) and is
for distilling and packaging MA Publishing’s expertise at
managing and trading content into a deck of cards, the currently planning a tour in the UK
Creative Content Kit.
• Brings a fresh, new method to anyone
She is an experienced transdisciplinary Strategic Designer
with Masters of Research in Design at UNISINOS (Brasil), who is working with content
graduated in 2010. She is based in London with a strong
network in Brazil.

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The Fast Guide to Accessibility Design

New in the architectural series (previous published in this series: The Fast Guide to Info
Architectural Form) is The Fast Guide to Accessibility Design. Written by Baires Raffaelli, this
September 2020
book explores ways to create a project that focuses on accessibility. The topics discussed
160 pages
include a wide range of perspectives and double as a checklist for designing accessible 6 x 4¼ inches
spaces to suit the needs of all users. Paperback
$ 16.99
ISBN 978 90 6369 571 2
This practical guide will help architects and designers consider details from every angle so ISBN 978-90-6369-571-2

that they can create spaces that are welcoming, inclusive, and functional as possible.

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Author Related
• This book will serve as
Baires Raffaelli, PhD in Architecture, Theory and Planning.
Graduated cum laude in Rome La Sapienza University, The Fast Guide to
a simple checklist for any
where he has been researching and teaching for years in Architectural Form, accessibility projects
page 36
Architecture and Engineering students.
He has performed research within the fields of housing,
population density and public spaces, and the results
• Previous edition sold
have been the source for partnerships among universities, over 6,000 copies
public authority and private companies. He is the creator
and developer of the Buildings and Open Areas AVLA index
(Certificate of Accessibility Level Evaluation).
Co-founder of BRRE, he has been appointed by the City of
Assisi, Italy, for the realization of the master-plan for the
removal of architectural barriers in 2019.

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Think Like an Engineer, Don’t Act Like One

This edition in the Think Like a... series displays the wonderful world of engineering. This Info
bundle of insights shows why no one can hold you responsible for the impact of gravity, what
Gerrit Rietveld can teach you about going against the flow, and how Netflix goes beyond October 2020
160 pages
binge-watching. This book is for anyone who wants to broaden their perspective and their 7⅛ x 5¾ inches
horizons. Paperback with flaps
$ 16.99
ISBN 978-90-6369-569-9
The Think Like a... series gives you 75 inspiring, educational, and sometimes hilarious insights ISBN 978 90 6369 569 9
into the brilliant minds of lawyers, managers, artists, designers, and engineers. Their advice
gives every professional tools to apply in their own life.
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#2 #3

WHO ASKS GO
FOR A DRILL AGAINST
REALLY THE
WANTS HOLES FLOW
Netflix founder Reed Hastings got the idea to provide ‘video on demand’
after having to pay a $ 40 fine for returning the rented video ‘Apollo 13’ late. Berlin stair, Gerrit Rietveld, 1918

When customers or colleagues ask you to do something for them, As an engineer you are expected to do your homework. You verify
be aware that they often don’t exactly ask what it is they want. Who whether what others say is correct and you verify proclaimed opinions
asks for a power drill in fact wants holes instead. Whoever hails an and convictions. If large interests are at stake, it can be quite tough,
taxicab, doesn’t need the official ‘taxi’ sign, but simply wants safe and however, to oppose statements that are generally held to be true –
fast transportation. Welcome Uber. Make sure you understand what especially when expressed by influential people. And yet, this is exact-
someone really wants before starting an assignment, to avoid miscom- ly what you have to do; you haven’t been hired just to confirm what
munication and disappointment. Getting your head round [spreektaal?] you’re told. People may not be grateful at the moment you do this, but
/ Grasping / Getting a good understanding of the real need requires if by doing so you prevent a wrong decision from being taken, you will
tact, perseverance and at times a certain tenacity. Believe me, howev- be venerated for it later on. If you don’t, your integrity, large sums of
er, that it is worth the effort. Often a large part of the solution can be money or even safety can be at stake. And then you’ll be blamed if
found by clarifying the need. things go wrong: ‘You were the engineer here, weren’t you?’

#5 #14

RIPE
APPELS
ALLWAYS
FALL BE PRECISE
ENOUGH
The collapsed Morandi Bridge in Genoa.
According to the architect Renzo Piano, the newly designed bridge must
survive a thousand years.

Lennert & Sanders perfume Everything. A perfume composed of


Do not apologise for things that develop unexpectedly beyond your
1400 test samples.
influence. Consutling engineers are often enormously client-oriented
and feel guilty for any inconvenience the client may have, irrespective
Engineers are used to providing exact information. This indicates
of their causing it or not / whether they’ve caused it or not. Some
they’re specialists and know what they’re talking about. 19.9 plus 22.3
clients tend to say: ‘Come on, you’re the clever engineer, aren’t you?
is not 42. No, it’s 42.2. But in many cases such precision is not needed
Go design something better!’ Or: ‘You engineers always say “No,
at all. It can even be bothersome. If someone asks you how many
that’s not possible”. Can’t you be a little creative just for once?’ Of weeks are in a quarter, it is really better to answer ‘13’ than ’13.045’.
course you can, but you cannot fantasise your way round the facts, and Too much precision causes confusion and makes getting your message
that is something you have to be clear about. Asbestos simply is a across clearly more difficult. Tailor the degree of detail and precision to
dangerous material, and every metal has its own specific melting the situation and take into account the person you’re dealing with.
point. Unless you’ve offered to design a flying apple, no one can hold Otherwise you will likely be seen as a boring know-it-all with your calcu-
you responsible for gravity operating / the impact of gravity / the opera- lations and your decimals.
tion of gravity.

• Series sold over 99,000 copies


Author Related

Jan Karel Mak is an entrepreneur, engineer and


• Author is CEO of Deerns Group, an
environmental scientist. He is the CEO of international international engineering firm
design/engineering firm Deerns Group and serves as a board
member of young tech firms and charities.
• Informative, accessible, sincere, and
Think Like a Think Like a
Lawyer, page 37 Manager, page 37 humorous

• The cover is an attractive


metallic silver
Think Like an Think Like a
Artist, page 37 Designer, page 37

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Think Like a... - series

This series gives you 75 inspiring, educational and sometimes hilarious insights into the adventurous minds of lawyers,
managers, artists and designers. The insights give every professional tools to apply in their own life; when you’re dealing
with grumpy police officers, angry neighbours, unwilling debtors, failing clients, nasty lawyers and other conflict seekers.
Or learn from approaches to help you foresee or manage unpredictable situations. Or take a fresh look at art and let
it inspire you when answering fundamental questions. Or learn from the inimitable reasons the designers have for
designing their creations or just enjoy the explanations about designs around us.

Think Like a Lawyer, Think Like a Manager, Think Like an Artist, Think Like a Designer,
Don’t Act Like One Don’t Act Like One Don’t Act Like One Don’t Act Like One
Author: Aernoud Bourdrez Author: Harry Starren Author: Koos de Wilt Autjor: Jeroen van Erp
160 pages 160 pages 160 pages 160 pages
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paperback with flaps paperback with flaps Paperback with flaps Paperback with flaps
$ 14.99 $ 14.99 $ 14.99 $ 14.99
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The Holey Bible


Guidance on How to Live a More
Creatively Enlightened Life

The Holey Bible is a book that helps us to more easily spot the “holes” in our thinking. The Info
book shows how you can deliberately orchestrate personal and professional breakthroughs,
but it does not promise creative enlightenment. Yet, it does provide detailed guidance on October 2020
160 pages
what you can do to prime your brain for more discoveries that can encourage your creative 7½ x 7½ inches
enlightenment. hardcover
$ 24.99
If you are seeking a new purpose and are interested in harnessing the power of creative ISBN 978 90 6369 566 8
ISBN 978-90-6369-566-8
thinking to bring about change, then The Holey Bible is for you. It will help you to identify
questions to bring a new paradigm for transcendent and lasting change.
9 789063 695668

This
is not This is a self-

a self- empowerment A COMPASS WITH NO MAP

help guide

book
The Holey Bible is a journey It is an expedition through a One that contains both, all and
through the terrain of questioning variety of realms without getting nothing, which is more potent
using a compass rather than too attached to one way of seeing than each on its own.
a map because everyone’s and perceiving the world. The
perception of reality is unique. frame used to explore these
This approach enables us to concepts is paradoxical. It
point out the direction we are allows us to juxtapose two ideas
heading, so you can to follow on and then transcend them by
your terms. manifesting a more extraordinary
reality.

“Man reading should be The book should be a ball – Ezra Pound, poet
man intensely alive. of light in one’s hand.”

embodied reading
Read The Holey Bible in any
or all of these three ways
based on the Ancient Greek’s
nuanced concept of time:

Chronologically, which comes from the Kaironically, which represents the Aionically, which is an embodiment of
Chronos, representing quantitative and savouring of time, enabling you to dip in time as an eternal circle whose centre is
secular time akin to reading from beginning and out as you desire with some pages everywhere and whose circumference
to end. being more pregnant with potential than is nowhere. Rather than reading The
others. Holey Bible you absorb it, allowing it to
flow through you.

Author Related
Paulina Larocca is a published BIS author of the
books Creativity+ and Connecting. She is a teacher of
• Will open up people’s perceptions
creative problem solving and has a Master of Science Connecting,
in Creativity. page 37
• Highly visual and beautifully designed
Designer Tony Ibbotson is co-author of Connecting. He
is the founder of The Creative Method design agency
established in 2005, which is now recognized as one of
Creativity +,
Sydney’s best design agencies. page 38

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NEW TITLES

Dare to Ask
Learn to Ask Questions Like a Pro

Did you ask someone a question today? Asking questions makes us human, it helps us to Info
establish connections, learn, and transform. This book puts the spotlight on the craft of asking
questions. Learn the ropes from all walks of life, such as Socrates, a hairdresser, Einstein, a September 2020
144 pages
helpdesk employee, Lao Tse, and a police detective. Use the practical tips and fun facts in 7⅛ x 5¾ inches
this book to your advantage during birthday parties, when you meet your partner’s parents, Paperback
at networking events, or a first date. Are you ready to turn your focus to the other person, ask $ 16.99
questions, listen better, and in the end learn more? ISBN 978 90 6369 562 0
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Author Related
• Turns the spotlight onto
the art of asking questions
Els Dragt has been researching trends for over 15 years
and is the author of How to Research Trends.
Jeroen Timmer is trained in IT and worked at Sony, but • Numerous illustrations throughout
recently made a switch to the art and design industry.
• Author of
The Empathy Game, How to Research Trends
page 40

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Creative Connection Memory Game

Have fun making creative connections with this simple memory game comprised of visual Info
connection sets. The idea is based on the theory that by enhancing your ability to
see connections, you can enhance your creativity. So, the main goal is to find two matching November 2020
5⅞ x 3 x 2 inches
cards that are visually related. This new version of the well-known memory game is boxed set
useful for both training the power of your memory and enhancing your ability to make creative 50 cards
connections. The photographs on the cards are observational art photos, which helps the $ 19.99
players see things in new and unexpected ways. Take the challenge and look at objects from a ISBN
ISBN 978 90 6369 563 7
978-90-6369-563-7

different perspective. Train your brain, have fun, and be inspired!

9 789063 695637

Author Related

Dorte Nielsen is a creativity expert, author, keynote • Series sold over 45,000 copies
The Secret Little
speaker, and the founder of the Creative Thinker
of the Creative
company and of the Center for Creative Thinking
in Copenhagen. Dorte also founded Creative
Highly Thinker’s • High profile authors
Creative Exercise
Communication, an award-winning BA education Thinker, Book,
programme for Art Directors and Conceptual page 33 page 33 • Train your brain and
Thinkers.
enhance creativity
Katrine Granholm is an award-winning Creative Creative Little
Director, Art Director, and Digital Concept Developer. Thinker’s Creative
She is a renowned lecturer in digital tools and Exercise Thinker’s
Book, Connection
concepts in further education. Dominoes,
page 33
page 33

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NEW TITLES

Lay Your Cards on the Table


Spark the Conversation Between Different Generations

Chatting with colleagues at the coffee machine is easy enough. Talking to a new colleague is Info
a little less easy. Having an in-depth conversation with someone you do not know, is anything
but easy. And, if that someone is either half your age or twice as old, it becomes even more August 2020
5 x 3¾ x 1⅝ inches
difficult. This game turns that task into a joyful experience.
boxed set
60 cards
Lay Your Cards on The Table consists of 60 cards with conversation starters. Choose $ 19.99
questions from 3 different categories and you will be having great conversations in no time. ISBN 978 90 6369 565 1
You can play this game with 2 people or more. You can start the conversation by randomly ISBN 978-90-6369-565-1

asking or answering some of the questions or, if you need some more guidance, you can use
the game rules. Although in the end, there really is just one rule: whatever is discussed at the
table, stays there!
9 789063 695651

In what way do What would you What advice


you look like still like to learn? would you give
your mom or dad your 18-year-old
even though you self?
don’t want to?

SMALL TALK

What’s the What do you Can you tell


biggest thing think people us one of the
you have will say at your lessons your
accomplished in funeral? parents taught
your life (so far)? you?

DEEP DISH

Have you ever What does being What do you


broken the law? dependent mean value most
What did you to you? about yourself?
do?

PRIVATE MATTERS

Author Related
• Very strong gift potential
Een van de Jongens is a documentary production
company of producer Hasse van Nunen and director-
producer Renko Douze, founded in 2011. In collaboration • Beautiful illustrations
with idiosyncratic makers with strong visions,
they produce meaningful and artistic high-quality
documentaries and television programs. • Helps several generations to start a
The original version of this game was created for the The Empathy Game, good conversation
Dutch documentary “Een Nieuwe Morgen.” After they page 40
watched a project with young people living in a care
home for a year and a half, they came up with the idea of
putting their findings into a game that could help several
generations to start a good conversation.

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Dilemmarama
The Happy Edition

You get to have a robot butler OR you can become any animal you like? You have a magic tap Info
that contains all the drinks you want OR you snap your fingers and your entire house is tidy and
clean? This game only has one rule: you HAVE to choose! And this time around, both options August 2020
65 cards
will make you feel happy. 5¼ x 3⅞ x 2 inches
boxed set
For this happy edition of Dilemmarama, we’ve only selected positive dilemmas. The kind that $ 19.99
will put a smile on your face, but that will also cause heated debates and feisty duels. And, ISBN 978 90 6369 564 4
ISBN 978-90-6369-564-4
because everything in life is a dilemma, there are two game options to choose from.

Select one player as the Dilemmaestro, who will create difficult dilemmas for the other players
9 789063 695644
or play in teams and guess what your teammates will choose. Either way, Dilemmarama is a
great way to get to know your friends and family!

you can teleport you get to have a robot butler you have a magic tap that contains the ice caps stop melting
all the drinks you want

you get to pick your own dreams a chocolate river you always get first turn your socks come out of the laundry
runs through your garden all sorted

• First edition sold over


Author Related 25,000 copies

Dilemma op Dinsdag started when six friends were bored • 2 options to play the game
during a birthday party. After hours of discussions on
impossible dilemmas, they decided to start a Facebook
page to let their friends vote on what the best options for • This edition contains dilemmas that
the dilemmas were. Meanwhile, the page has over 306,000 makes you happy
fans, the group has been discussed in various media, they
speak at different festivals, and the number of followers is Dilemmarama The
constantly rising on all their social media outlets. Game; Original Edition, • Very populair concept in
page 40
the Netherlands

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Branded Protest Don’t Buy This Book

Researches the power of branding and its influence The sequel to the highly successful Don’t Read This
on current protest movements through examples of Book. Like its predecessor, it uses the “ToDon’tList”
unique branding efforts that support protest. This book method to help you make the right choices as a creative
is a reference tool which will reflect on current protest entrepreneur. It walks you through the necessary steps:
developments in the context of historic relevant protest testing your idea, getting it ready for business, and
movements, in order to show their differences and building on it. It covers everything you need to get started
common goals. For students, educational professionals, or improve your business as a creative and it offers
brand, and graphic design professionals. practical exercises to clarify who you want to be as an

Authors: Ingeborg Bloem & Klaus Kempenaars | Authors: Donald Roos & Anne de Bruijn |
978 90 6369 541 5 | 208 pages | 978 90 6369 537 8 | 160 pages | 8½ x 5¾ inches |
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Good Services Know Your Onions - Corporate


Identity

2nd
printing

Service design is a rapidly growing area of interest in Not all of us get to work on multi-million corporate identity
design and business management. This is the first projects for airlines and huge conglomerates. If you are
book that describes what a ‘good’ service is, what new to the sector or honing your skills, then this is for
makes a good service and why. It lays out the essential you. This book is for people who have to tackle identity
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demystifying what we mean by a ‘good’ and ‘bad’ service, identity design.This book is for graphic designers and
and describes the common elements within all services people who commission corporate identity projects.
that either work well for users or do not.

Author: Lou Downe | paperback | 224 pages | Author: Drew de Soto | hardcover | 200 pages |
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Dutch Design Cowboys FIZZ

This internationally well-known and prize-winning This book tells you everything you need to know to brew
design studio never ceases to amaze with their magical healthy and alcohol-free fermented drinks at home. You
and attractive designs. Ranging from graphic design, will find accessible recipes with step-by-step illustrations,
illustration, packaging, and design for fashion, this scientific background information on the fermentation
176-page book is packed with their new creative projects. process, and juicy anecdotes about the origin of these
extraordinary drinks.

Author: Studio Kluif | hardcover | 176 pages | Authors: Barbara Serulus & Elise van Iterson |
8⅜ x 6 inches | 978 90 6369 538 5 | $ 25.00 paperback | 144 pages | 8½ x 6⅛ inches |
ISBN 978 90 6369 544 6 | $ 19.99

Pregnancy Cookbook Frame your Imagination

Being pregnant is an exciting time, your little avocado Stimulate your creativity with over 90 drawing challenges.
finally grows into a fantastic watermelon and brings a Each page contains a shape or line, some with color,
lot of change. Change in your body, your moods, and, others without. Include the shape or line into a drawing
more often than not, your appetite. For the next nine of anything that comes to mind. Kind of a ‘finish the
months your palate will never be the same, so, this book drawing’ principle with complete artistic freedom. There
celebrates the arrival of pregnancy cravings. Together we are hashtags mentioned throughout the book that you can
will celebrate 40 pregnancy dishes; one for every week use for inspiration. No artistic skills are required, use the
of pregnancy. art of creative thinking!

Author: Pascal Rotteveel | hardcover | 112 pages | Author: Caroline Ellerbeck | paperback | 192 pages |
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Museum Art Cards My Photography Game

Many of us aim to understand and categorize everything My Photography Game is a matching and creating game
we see, but what do you truly think when looking at a about the secrets of image making for children, ages
particular artwork? The activities on these cards help six years and up. While collecting quartets, the player
you to establish a connection with an artwork yourself, looks carefully at images and symbols, discovering the
despite any given information. You can do this in each art underlying visual elements that connect them. After
museum, anywhere in the world. Follow the activities from matching all sets of four, take pictures applying the
A-Z, choose one randomly, or select the ones that appeal characteristics of each theme and they will become a
to you most. great photographer!

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Pregnancy Cookbook | Frame your Imagination | The Empathy Game | Little Creative My Photography Toolbox |
Author: Pascal Rotteveel | Author: Caroline Ellerbeck | Authors: Saskia Herrmann Thinker’s Connection Dominoes | Concept: Rosa Pons-Cerdà
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Visual Thinking | Thinking in Services | Know Your Onions - The Secret of the Highly Designing With and Within
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Design . Think . Make . The Innovation Matrix | How to Survive the Convivial Toolbox | 75 Tools for Creative Thinking |
 Break . Repeat | Authors: Mirjam E. Ros & Organizational Revolution | Authors: Elizabeth Sanders & Authors: Sara Cordoba Rubino,
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et.al. | paperback | 208 pages | 7⅞ x 6¾ inches | Ars | paperback with flaps | 312 pages | 9⅛ x 7 inches | boxed set | 75 cards |
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How to Survive the Mastering the Art This Human The 7 Principles of Convivial Toolbox
Organizational of Negotiation Author: Melis Senova | Complete Co-Creation Authors: Elizabeth B.-N. Sanders &
208 pages | 9 x 71/4 inches | Pieter Jan Stappers |
Revolution Author: Geurt Jan de Heus |
paperback | $ 45.00 |
Authors: Stefanie Jansen &
312 pages | 9⅛ x 7 inches |
Authors: Pieter Koene, Martijn Ars 216 pages | 7½ x 9½ inches | Maarten Pieters | 208 pages |
paperback with flaps | ISBN 978 90 6369 460 9 9⅛ x 7⅛ inches | paperback with paperback with flaps | $ 49.99 |
and Ard-Pieter de Man | ISBN 978 90 6369 284 1
216 pages | 8⅜ x 6¾ inches | $ 45.00 | ISBN 978 90 6369 431 9 flaps | $ 45.00 |
paperback with flaps | $ 45.00 | ISBN 978 90 6369 473 9
ISBN 978 90 6369 521 7

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Change Ahead CEX Sells Design Roadmapping How to Research How to Research
Author: Carola Verschoor | Authors: Beate van Dongen Author: Dr Lianne W.L. Simonse | Trends Trends Workbook
240 pages | 7½ x 9½ inches | Crombags & Deborah Wietzes | 244 pages | 91/8 x 71/2 inches | Author: Els Dragt | 200 pages | Author: Els Dragt |
paperback with flaps | $ 45.00 | 176 pages | 7⅞ x 7⅞ inches | hardcover | $ 49.99 | 9 x 71/2 inches | paperback | 64 pages | 53/4 x 81/4 inches |
ISBN 978 90 6369 398 5 paperback with flaps | $ 45.00 | ISBN 978 90 6369 459 3 $ 45.00 | paperback | $ 12.99 |
ISBN 978 90 6369 444 9 ISBN 978 90 6369 433 3 ISBN 978 90 6369 527 9

Concept Code 23 Innovations in The Seven Laws of From Selling to The Digital Metrics
Authors: Gaby Crucq - Toffolo Digital Communica- Guaranteed Growth Co-Creating Field Guide
& Sanne Knitel |
192 pages | 9¾ x 7¾ inches |
tion Author: Frans de Groot | Authors: Régis Lemmens, Author: Stephen D. Rappaport |
Authors: Paul Ketelaar, 156 pages | 7½ x 9½ inches | Bill Donaldson and Javier 320 pages | 91/8 x 63/4 inches |
paperback with flaps | $ 45.00 | paperback with flaps | $ 45.00 | Marcos | 256 pages | 81/8 x 81/8 paperback | $ 45.00 |
ISBN 978 90 6369 432 6 Sanne Demir and Jan Aarts |
340 pages | 9¾ x 7⅞ inches | ISBN 978 90 6369 413 5 inches | paperback | $ 45.00 | ISBN 978 90 6369 377 0
paperback | $ 45.00 | ISBN 978 6369 351 0
ISBN 978 90 6369 518 7

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Storytelling on Brand the Change Branded Protest Contrarian Branding 1 : 1 One to One
Steroids Author: Anne Miltenburg | Authors: Klaus Kempenaars en Author: Roland van der Vorst | Author: Michel van Tongeren |
Author: John Weich | 224 pages | 93/4 x 81/4 inches | Ingeborg Bloem | 208 pages | 192 pages | 81/2 x 53/4 inches | 240 pages | 10⅛ x 8¼ inches |
160 pages | 9⅛ x 6¾ inches | paperback | $ 45.00 | 101/2 x 7 inches | paperback | paperback | $ 19.99 | hardcover | $ 49.99 |
paperback | $ 19.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 478 4 $ 45.00 | ISBN 978 90 6369 541 5 ISBN 978 90 6369 463 0 ISBN 978 90 6369 264 3
ISBN 978 90 6369 311 4

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Different Brains, Hidden Persuasion Music Thinking How to Have Your Good Services
Different Approaches Authors: Marc Andrews, Jam Cards Cake and Eat It Too Author: Lou Downe |
Author: Huub van Osch | Dr. Van Leeuwen and Concept: Christof Zürn | Author: J. Margus Klaar | 192 pages | 7¾ x 5⅛ inches |
192 pages | 8⅜ x 8⅜ inches | Prof. Dr. Van Baaren | 7⅜ x 7⅜ x 1 inches | 112 pages | 8⅝ x 5⅝ inches | paperback | $ 23.00 |
paperback | $ 45.00 | 192 pages | 9 x 63/4 inches | 44 cards in a box | $ 35.00 | paperback | $ 16.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 543 9
ISBN 978 90 6369 435 7 paperback with flaps | $ 24.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 514 9 ISBN 978 90 6369 381 7
ISBN 978 90 6369 531 6

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Thinking in Services Event Design Worlds of Wonder Get Agile! Blue is the New Black
Author: Majid Iqbal | 240 pages | Handbook Authors: Stan Boshouwers Authors: Pieter Jongerius et al. | Author: Susie Breuer |
9⅛ x 6¾ inches | paperback with Authors: Roel Frissen, & Erik Bär | 176 pages | 83/8 x 5¾ inches | 232 pages | 91/8 x 6¾ inches |
flaps | $ 45.00 | Ruud Janssen and Dennis Luijer | 272 pages | 10¾ x 8⅜ inches | paperback with flaps | $ 35.00 | paperback with Key Dates
ISBN 978 90 6369 489 0 204 pages | 81/8 x 81/8 inches | paperback with flaps | $ 45.00 | ISBN 978 90 6369 302 2 Calendar insert | $ 45.00 |
paperback | $ 45.00 | ISBN 978 90 6369 464 7 ISBN 978 90 6369 340 4
ISBN 978 90 6369 434 0

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The Service The Innovation The Innovation Maze Inspiration for Are We There Yet?
Innovation Handbook Expedition Author: Gijs van Wulfen | Innovation Author: Sam Bucolo |
Author: Lucy Kimbell | Author: Gijs van Wulfen | 240 pages | 71/2 x 91/2 inches | Author: Gijs van Wulfen 216 pages | 81/2 x 51/2 inches |
240 pages | 7½ x 9½ inches | 240 pages | 71/2 x 91/2 inches | paperback with flaps | $ 45.00 | 224 pages | 61/4 x 61/4 inches | paperback | $ 19.99 |
paperback with flaps | $ 45.00 | paperback with flaps | $ 45.00 | ISBN 978 90 6369 410 4 paperback | $ 19.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 409 8
ISBN 978 90 6369 353 4 ISBN 978 90 6369 313 8 ISBN 978 90 6369 496 8

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Not Invented Here Creativity in Business The Innovation Visual Thinking Visual Thinking
Authors: Ramon Vullings & Marc Authors: Igor Byttebier & Matrix Author: Willemien Brand | Workbook
Heleven | Ramon Vullings | Authors: Mirjam E. Ros & 144 pages | 97/8 x 81/4 inches | Author: Willemien Brand
220 pages | 6 x 6 inches | 204 pages | 9½ x 6⅞ inches | Deepika Jeyakodi | 136 pages | paperback | $ 24.99 | 32 pages | 11½ x 8⅜ inches |
paperback with flaps | $ 16.99 | paperback with flaps | $ 29.99 | 7⅞ x 6¾ inches | paperback | ISBN 978 90 6369 453 1 paperback | $ 12.99 |
ISBN 978 90 6369 379 4 ISBN 978 90 6369 380 0 $ 45.00 | ISBN 978 90 6369 511 8
ISBN 978 90 6369 520 0

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Visual Doing Visual Doing The Secret of the Creative Thinker’s Little Creative
Author: Willemien Brand Workbook Highly Creative Exercise book Thinker’s Exercise
144 pages | 97/8 x 81/4 inches |
paperback | $ 24.99 |
Author: Willemien Brand Thinker Authors: Dorte Nielsen & Book
32 pages | 11½ x 8⅜ inches | Authors: Dorte Nielsen & Katrine Granholm | 112 pages | Authors: Dorte Nielsen &
ISBN 978 90 6369 499 9 | paperback | $ 12.99 | 91/2 x 71/2 inches | paperback |
Sarah Thurber | 176 pages | Katrine Granholm |
ISBN 978 90 6369 500 2 91/4 x 61/8 inches | paperback | $ 19.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 438 8 112 pages | 91/8 x 61/2 inches |
$ 19.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 532 3 paperback | $ 17.99 |
ISBN 978 90 6369 491 3

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The Divergent and Connecting 75 Tools for Creative Don’t Buy This Book Don’t Read This Book
Convergent Thinking Author: Ana Bender | Thinking Authors: Donald Roos & Author: Donald Roos |
Boxed set | 65 cards | Anne de Bruijn 160 pages | 81/2 x 51/2 inches |
Notebook 6⅛ x 4¾ x 1½ inches |
Authors: Booreiland |
160 pages | 81/2 x 51/2 inches paperback | $ 16.99 |
Author: Dorte Nielsen | 75 cards in a box |
$ 24.99 | 57/8 x 37/8 x 27/8 inches | $ 24.99 | paperback | $ 19.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 423 4
152 pages | 117/8 x 61/8 inches | ISBN 978 90 6369 568 2 ISBN 978 90 6369 537 8
triangular hardcover | $ 17.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 275 9
ISBN 978 90 6369 439 5

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Don’t/Do This – Game When the Box is the Pitching Ideas Dare to Ask Creativity +
Author: Donald Roos | 156 cards | Author: Jeroen van Geel | Authors: Els Dragt & Author: Paulina Larocca |
Limit 128 pages | 81/4 x 53/4 inches | Jeroen Timmer | 144 pages | 60 pages |
7 x 33/4 x 7/8 inches | $ 19.99 | Author: Walter Vandervelde
ISBN 978 90 6369 484 5 paperback | $ 19.99 | 7⅛ x 5¾ inches | paperback | 91/4 x 65/8 x 5/8 inches | $ 19.99 |
192 pages | 77/8 x 63/4 inches |
ISBN 978 90 6369 529 3 $ 16.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 562 0 ISBN 978 90 6369 488 3
paperback | $ 35.00 |
ISBN 978 90 6369 512 5

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Creative Personal
Branding
Author: Jürgen Salenbacher |
228 pages | 81/2 x 51/4 inches |
paperback | $ 19.99 |
ISBN 978 90 6369 315 2

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Augmenting Alice Notes on Design Strategic Design Make Design Matter The Designer As…
Author: Galit Ariel | 256 pages | Author: Kees Dorst | 208 pages | Authors: Dr. Giulia Calabretta, Prof. Author: David Carlson | Author: Steven McCarthy |
97/8 x 77/8 inches | hardcover | 85/8 x 51/8 inches | paperback | Gerda Gemser and Dr. Ingo Karpen 160 pages | 71/8 x 43/4 inches | 248 pages | 71/4 x 67/8 inches |
$ 45.00 | $ 19.99 | | 228 pages | paperback with flaps | $ 16.99 | paperback with flaps | $ 45.00 |
ISBN 978 90 6369 470 8 ISBN 978 90 6369 465 4 71/4 x 91/4 inches | ISBN 978 90 6369 304 6 ISBN 978 90 6369 292 6
paperback with flaps | $ 45.00 |
ISBN 978 90 6369 445 6

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Design Transitions Transformations: Products that Flow Products that Last Sustainist Design
Authors: Joyce Yee, Emma Jef- 7 Roles to Drive Authors: Siem Haffmans, Marjolein Authors: Conny Bakker & Guide
feries and Lauren Tan | van Gelder and Ed van Hinte Marcel den Hollander |
224 pages | 91/2 x 67/8 inches |
Change by Design 128 pages | 101/4 x 8 inches | 112 pages | 101/4 x 8 inches |
Editors: Michiel Schwarz & Diana
Authors: Joyce Yee, Emma Krabbendam | 144 pages |
paperback with flaps | $ 45.00 | flexicover | $ 45.00 | paperback otabind | $ 45.00 | 9¾ x 7 inches | paperback with
ISBN 978 90 6369 321 3 Jefferies and Dr Kamil Michlewski ISBN 978 90 6369 498 2 ISBN 978 90 6369 522 4
| 246 pages | 91/4 x 61/8 inches | flaps | $ 19.99 |
paperback | $ 45.00 | ISBN 978 90 6369 283 4
ISBN 978 90 6369 457 9

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ISBN 978-90-6369-561-3

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Connect Designing for the Designing With and The Politics of Design Culture Sensitive
Authors: Sabine Wildevuur, Dick Common Good Within Public Author: Ruben Pater | Dersign
van Dijk, Anne Äyväri, Mie Bjerre, 192 pages | 71/4 x 41/2 inches |
Thomas Hammer-Jakobsen and
Authors: Kees Dorst, Lucy Kaldor, Organizations paperback | $ 16.99 |
Author: Annemiek van Boeijen |
Lucy Klippan and Rodger Watson | 160 pages | Flexicover |
Jesper Lund | Author: André Schaminée | ISBN 978 90 6369 422 7
216 pages | 71/2 x 91/2 inches | 9⅛ x 7½ inches | $ 45.00 |
192 pages | 77/8 x 6 inches | 208 pages | 97/8 x 71/8 inches |
paperback with flaps | $ 45.00 | paperback | $ 45.00 | ISBN 978 90 6369 561 3
paperback with flaps | $ 45.00 | ISBN 978 90 6369 408 1
ISBN 978 90 6369 331 2 ISBN 978 90 6369 497 5

CO LAB: Design My Privacy Meta Products The Form of Design Simplicity: A Matter
Authors: Elizabeth Herrmann & Authors: Tijmen Schep & Moti | Authors: Wimer Hazenberg & Author: Prof. Josiah Kahane | of Design
Ryan Shelley | 160 pages | 7 x 45/8 inches | Menno Huisman | 240 pages | 97/8 x 73/4 inches |
paperback | $ 16.99 | Author: Per Mollerup | 192 pages |
240 pages | 9½ x 7 inches | 160 pages | 91/8 x 71/2 inches | paperback with flaps | $ 45.00 | 115/8 x 63/8 inches | hardcover |
paperback with flaps | $ 45.00 | ISBN 978 90 6369 437 1 paperback | $ 24.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 375 6 $ 45.00 | ISBN 978 90 6369 402 9
ISBN 978 90 6369 373 2 ISBN 978 6369 251 3

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ISBN 978-90-6369-540-8

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ViP Vision in Design Design . Think . Make .  Delft Design Guide Framing Play Design Inspired by Method
Authors: Matthijs van Dijk & Paul Break . Repeat. Authors: Annemiek van Boeijen, Authors: Sune Gudiksen & Author: Alexandra Martini |
Hekkert | 376 pages | Authors: Martin Tomitsch, Jaap Daalhuizen and Jelle Zijlstra | Helle Marie | 240 pages | 240 pages | paperback |
91/2 x 61/2 inches | paperback | Cara Wrigley, Madeleine 224 pages | 10 x 77/8 inches | 9⅞ x 8⅜ inches | 8⅞ x 7⅜ inches | $ 45.00 |
$ 29.00 | Borthwick et.al. | 208 pages | flexicover | $ 45.00 | paperback | $ 45.00 | ISBN 978 90 6369 573 6
ISBN 978 90 6369 371 8 | paperback | 9 x 71/2 inches | ISBN 978 90 6369 540 8 ISBN 978 90 6369 572 9
hardcover: $ 60.00 | $ 45.00 |
ISBN 978 90 6369 205 6 ISBN 978 90 6369 479 1

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Dynamic Identities Identity Colour Codes LOIS Logos Logo Life Anthon Beeke
Concept: Irene van Nes | Author: Felix Janssens | Author: George Lois | Author: Ron van der Vlugt | Author: Lidewij Edelkoort |
192 pages | 97/8 x 81/2 inches | 304 pages | 97/8 x 71/2 inches | 204 pages | 73/8 x 61/2 inches | 312 pages | 83/4 x 63/8 inches | 448 pages | 111/8 x 83/4 inches |
paperback | $ 45.00 | paperback with flaps | $ 29.99 | paperback with flaps | $ 35.00 | hardcover | $ 29.99 | paperback with flaps | $ 49.99 |
ISBN 978 90 6369 339 8 ISBN 978 90 6369 335 0 ISBN 978 90 6369 399 2 ISBN 978 90 6369 260 5 ISBN 978 90 6369 330 5

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Sketching: the Basics Sketching Sketching Product The Exceptionally Designing Diagrams
Authors: Koos Eissen & Roselien Authors: Koos Eissen & Roselien Design Presentation Simple Theory of Author: Jan Gauguin |
Steur | 204 pages | Steur | 256 pages | 200 pages | 97/8 x 97/8 inches |
111/8 x 83/4 inches | paperback | 111/8 x 83/4 inches | paperback |
Authors: Koos Eissen & Sketching hardcover | $ 45.00 |
Roselien Steur | Author: George Hlavács |
$ 29.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 534 7 $ 29.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 533 0 192 pages | 111/8 x 83/4 inches | ISBN 978 90 6369 228 5
48 pages + 14 practice sheets |
hardcover | $ 45.00 | 85/8 x 63/4 inches | paperback |
ISBN 978 90 6369 329 9 $ 14.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 334 3

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HotchPotch Know Your Onions: Know your Onions: Reading Letters Work
Type Tricks
Hard Play
Author: Ralph Burkhardt | Graphic Design Corporate Identity Author: Sofie Beier | Harder
Author: Sofie Beier | 208 pages |
192 pages | 6 /8 x 43/8 inches | Author: Drew de Soto | Author: Drew de Soto | 182 pages | 9 /8 x 81/4 inches | 61/4 x 43/and
4 inches | paperback |
Design concept: Studio Kluif |
paperback | $ 16.99 | 186 pages | 8⅜ x 6 inches | 208 pages | 8⅜ x 6 inches hardcover | $ 45.00 | $ 19.99 | | 8 5/8 x 6 inches |
160 pages
ISBN 978 90 6369 455 5 paperback with elastic band | paperback | $ 24.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 271 1 ISBN 978 90 6369 458| 6
hardcover in slip case
$ 19.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 258 2 ISBN 978 90 6369 539 2 $ 24.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 298 8

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Shaping Text Work hard Play Dutch Design Graduation Guide for
Author: Jan Middendorp | harder Cowboys Design Students
176 pages | 101/4 x 83/8 inches | Design and concept: Studio Kluif | Design and concept: Studio Kluif | Author: Moniek Paus |
flexicover | $ 45.00 | 176 pages | 85/8 x 6 inches | 176 pages | 85/8 x 6 inches | 144 pages | 8 /8 xx612
15.5
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ISBN 978 90 6369 223 0 hardcover in slip case | $ 25.00 | hardcover in slip case | $ 25.00 | hardcover with poster as dust
ISBN 978 90 6369 538 5 jacket | $ 17.99
€ 15.00 |
ISBN 978 90 6369 296 8
ISBN 978 90 6369 286 5

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Operative Design Conditional Design The Fast Guide to The Fast Guide To Innovative
Authors: Anthony Di Mari & Author: Anthony Di Mari | Architectural Form Accessibility Design Architecture Strategies
Nora Yoo | 156 pages | 6 x 4¼ inches | Author: Baires Raffaelli | Author: Simos Vamvakidis | Author: Simos Vamvakidis |
152 pages | 6 x 4¼ inches | paperback | $ 16.99 | 144 pages | 6 x 4¼ inches | 160 pages | 6 x 4¼ inches | 160 pages | 6 x 4¼ inches |
paperback | $ 16.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 365 7 paperback | $ 16.99 | paperback | $ 16.99 | paperback | $ 16.99 |
ISBN 978 90 6369 289 6 ISBN 978 90 6369 411 1 ISBN 978 90 6369 456 2 ISBN 978 90 6369 456 2

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Composing Performative Modular Structures Digital Computational


Architecture and Geometries Author: Asterios Agkathidis | Manufacturing Architecture
136 pages | 6 x 4¼ inches |
Interior Design Authors: Asterios Agkathidis &
paperback | $ 16.99 |
Author: Asterios Agkathidis | Author: Asterios Agkathidis |
Author: Simos Vamvakidis | Gabi Schillig | 136 pages | 6 x 4¼ inches | 160 pages | paperback |
160 pages | 6 x 4¼ inches | ISBN 978 90 6369 206 3 paperback | $ 16.99 | 6 x 4¼ inches | $ 16.99 |
160 pages | 6 x 4¼ inches |
paperback | $ 16.99 | paperback with flaps | $ 19.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 232 2 ISBN 978 90 6369 287 2
ISBN 978 90 6369 487 6 ISBN 978 90 6369 250 6

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Bio-structural Eccentric Structures The Spontaneous City Inspiration


Analogues in Architecture Author: Urhahn Urban Design | Authors: Mark Mückenheim &
176 pages | 113/4 x 95/8 inches | Juliane Demel |
In architecture Author: Joseph Lim |
paperback | $ 45.00 | 274 pages | 115/8 x 91/4 inches |
Author: Joseph Lim | 160 pages | 6 x 4¼ inches |
paperback | $ 16.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 265 0 hardcover | $ 45.00 |
232 pages | 6 x 4¼ inches | ISBN 978 90 6369 267 4
paperback | $ 16.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 242 1
ISBN 978 90 6369 204 9

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Think Like a Lawyer, Think Like a Manager, Think Like an Artist, Think Like A Think Like an
Don’t Act Like One Don’t Act Like One Don’t Act Like One Designer, Don’t Act Engineer,
Author: Aernoud Bourdrez | Author: Harry Starren | Author: Koos de Wilt | Like One Don’t Act Like One
160 pages | 7⅛ x 5¾ inches | 160 pages | 7⅛ x 5¾ inches | 160 pages | 7⅛ x 5¾ inches |
Author: Jeroen van Erp | Author: Jan Karel Mak |
paperback with flaps | $ 14.99 | paperback with flaps | $ 14.99 | paperback with flaps | $ 14.99 |
160 pages | 7⅛ x 5¾ inches | 160 pages | 7⅛ x 5¾ inches |
ISBN 978 90 6369 307 7 ISBN 978 90 6369 347 3 ISBN 978 90 6369 468 5
paperback with flaps | $ 14.99 | paperback with flaps | $ 14.99 |
ISBN 978 90 6369 485 2 ISBN 978 90 6369 569 9

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What Are They Dare to Ask Once Upon a Time Once Upon a Time Once Upon a Time
Authors: Els Dragt & Jeroen I Was... I Wanted to Be… I Went To...
Saying About You? Timmer | 144 pages |
Author: Frank Peters | Author: Lavinia Bakker | Author: Lavinia Bakker | Author: Lavinia Bakker |
7⅛ x 5¾ inches | Paperback |
144 pages | 7⅛ x 5¾ inches | 144 pages | 8¾ x 6¾ inches | 144 pages | 8¾ x 6¾ inches | 144 pages | 8¾ x 6¾ inches |
$ 16.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 562 0
paperback with flaps | $ 14.99 | paperback | $ 16.99 | paperback | $ 16.99 | paperback | $ 16.99 |
ISBN 978 90 6369 400 5 ISBN 978 90 6369 421 0 ISBN 978 90 6369 419 7 ISBN 978 90 6369 454 8

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Don’t Read This Book Don’t/Do This – Game To Don’t List Logo R.I.P. Creative Thinker’s
Author: Donald Roos | Author: Donald Roos | Author: Donald Roos £  Twins |
Authors: The Stone Exercise Book
160 pages | 81/4 x 6 inches | 156 cards | 7 x 35/8 x 7/8 inches | 200 pages | 51/4 x 31/4 inches | 192 pages | 63/4 x 43/4 inches | Authors: Dorte Nielsen &
paperback | $ 16.99 | box with sleeve | $ 19.99 | calendar block | $ 12.99 | hardcover with gold Katrine Granholm |
ISBN 978 90 6369 423 4 ISBN 978 90 6369 484 5 ISBN 978 90 6369 505 7 gilded edges | $ 19.99 | 112 pages | 91/2 x 71/2 inches |
ISBN 978 90 6369 290 2 paperback | $ 19.99 |
ISBN 978 90 6369 438 8

Little Creative Little Creative Frame Your Your Work and Connecting
Thinker’s Exercise Thinker’s Connection Imagination Your Life Authors: Paulina Larocca & Tony
Ibbotson | 160 pages |
Book Dominoes Author: Caroline Ellerbeck | Author: Krist Pauwels |
7½ x 7½ inches | hardcover |
192 pages | 51/8 x 63/4 inches | 128 pages | 71/4 x 51/8 inches |
Authors: Dorte Nielsen & Authors: Dorte Nielsen & $ 24.99 |
paperback | $ 14.99 | hardcover | $ 16.99 |
Katrine Granholm | 112 pages | Katrine Granholm | 28 cards | box: ISBN 978 90 6369 526 2
ISBN 978 90 6369 542 2 ISBN 978 90 6369 469 2
91/8 x 61/2 inches | paperback | 43/8 x 43/8 x 21/4 inches | $ 17.99 |
$ 17.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 491 3 ISBN 978 90 6369 513 2

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The Holey Bible Creativity + Creativity Works! The Book of Do-ness Don’t Eat the Yellow
Author: Paulina Larocca |
Authors: Paulina Larocca &
160 pages | 93/8 x 65/8 x 5/8 inches |
Authors: Coen Luijten & Author: Sara van de Ven | Snow
Tony Ibbotson | 160 pages | Joris van Dooren | 240 pages | 57/8 x 53/4 inches |
$ 19.99 | Concept: Marcus Kraft |
7½ x 7½ inches | 160 pages | 63/4 x 63/4 inches | hardcover | $ 19.99 |
ISBN 978 90 6369 488 3 512 pages | 71/8 x 5/4 inches |
hardcover | $ 24.99 | paperback | $ 19.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 451 7
hardcover | $ 19.99 |
ISBN 978 90 6369 566 8 ISBN 978 90 6369 506 4
ISBN 978 90 6369 288 9

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Don’t Talk Just Kiss Philographics Create with Artists Trashures Art Is Everywhere
Concept: Marcus Kraft | Author: Genís Carreras | Authors: Rixt Hulshoff Pol & Authors: Anja Brunt & Author: Lorenzo Servi |
512 pages | 71/8 x 53/4 inches | 208 pages | 77/8 x 65/8 inches | Hanna Piksen | Tineke Meirink | 80 pages | 111/8 x 112 pages | 8 x 5 inches |
hardcover | $ 19.99 | paperback | $ 24.99 | 120 pages | 97/8 x 77/8 inches | 81/4 inches | paperback with flaps paperback | $ 16.99 |
ISBN 978 90 6369 452 4 ISBN 978 90 6369 341 1 hardcover | $ 19.99 | | $ 16.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 418 0
ISBN 978 90 6369 416 6 ISBN 978 90 6369 425 8

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Museum Art Cards How to Visit an How to be a Better This is a Good Guide - Food Futures
Author: Lise Lotte ten Voorde | Art Museum Tourist for a Sustainable Author: Chloé Rutzerveld |
52 cards | 57/8 x 43/8 x 11/8 inches | 120 pages | 9 x 71/2 inches |
boxed set | $ 24.99 |
Author: Johan Idema | Author: Johan Idema | Lifestyle paperback with flaps | $ 35.00 |
128 pages | 65/8 x 43/4 inches | 144 pages | 65/8 x 43/4 inches | Author: Marieke Eyskoot |
ISBN 978 90 6369 549 1 hardcover | $ 17.99 | hardcover | $ 17.99 | ISBN 978 90 6369 517 0
280 pages | 93/8 x 7 inches |
ISBN 978 90 6369 355 8 ISBN 978 90 63 69 493 7 hardcover | $ 35.00 |
ISBN 978 90 6369 492 0

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Creative Chef FIZZ Home Made Food Dear Fashion Diary Save the Humans!
Author: Jasper Udink ten Cate | Authors: Barbara Serulus & Notebook Authors: Emmi Ojala & Authors: Mieke Gerritzen & Koert
240 pages | 10 x 81/4 inches | Elise van Iterson | Author: Yvette van Boven | Laura de Jong | 160 pages | van Mensvoort | 160 pages |
hardcover | $ 24.99 | 144 pages | 81/2 x 61/8 inches | 160 pages | 83/8 x 63/8 inches | 85/8 x 65/8 inches | paperback | 71/2 x 51/8 inches | hardcover |
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Guide Handbook of Swearing Author: Pascal Rotteveel |
Author: Willem Popelier | Author: Nimrod Kamer | Author: Anna Maria Kiosse | 112 pages | 97/8 x 77/8 inches |
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ISBN 978 90 6369 387 9 ISBN 978 90 6369 483 8 ISBN 978 90 6369 467 8

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The Art of Parenting Read Nothing in Here Write Nothing in Never Touch a Never Leave the
Author: Drew de Soto | 60 pages | Author: Seema Sharma | Here Painting When House Naked
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160 pages | 7⅛ x 5⅛ inches |
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My Photography My Photography Dilemmarama The Dilemmarama Robot Memory Game


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Editors: Janne Ettwig & Lilian van
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INDEX

1-100: Dutch Design Cowboys p. 34


1 to 1 The essence of Retail Branding and Design p. 29 Dynamic Identities p. 33
23 Innovations in Digital Communication p. 29
7 Principles to Complete Co-Creation, The p. 29 E:
75 Tools for Creative Thinking p. 31
Eccentric Structures in Architecture p. 34
A: Eat Your Heart Out p. 39
Anthon Beeke It’s a Miracle! p. 33 Empathy Game, The p. 38
Augmenting Alice p. 32 Event Design Handbook p. 30
Are We There Yet? p. 30 Exceptionally Simple Theory of Sketching, The p. 33
Art Is Everywhere p. 36
Art of Parenting, The p. 37
F:
B: Fast Guide to Accessibility Design, The p. 34
Bio-Structual Analogues in Architecture p. 34 Fast Guide to Architectural Form, The p. 34
Blue is the New Black p. 31 FIZZ p. 36
Book of Do-ness, The p. 36 Food Futures p. 36
Branded Protest p. 29 Football Baby Names p. 37
Brand Memory Game p. 39
Brand the Change p. 29 Form of Design, The p. 32
Frame Your Imagination p. 35
C: Framing Play Design p. 33
Can You See What I See Memory Game p. 39 From Selling to Co-Creating p. 29
CEX Sells p. 29 Free Your Mind p. 39
Change Ahead p. 29 F***ing History of Swearing, The p. 36
Co Lab: Collaborative Design Survey p. 32
Collage Memory Game p. 38 G:
Composing Architecture & Interior Design p. 34 Get Agile p. 31
Computational Architecture p. 34 Good Services p. 30
Concept Code p. 29 Graduation Guide for Design Students p. 34
Conditional Design p. 34 Grids p. 40
Connect p. 32
Connecting p. 31 H:
Contrarian Branding p. 29 Hidden Persuasion p. 30
Convivial Design Toolbox p. 29 Holey Bible p. 36
Create to Conquer p. 36 Hotchpotch p. 33
Creative Chef p. 36 Home Made Food Notebook p. 36
Creative Chef Postcards p. 39 How to Be a Better Tourist p. 36
Creative Content Kit p. 31 How to Have Your Cake and Eat It Too p. 30
Creative Thinkers Exercise Book p. 36 How to Research Trends p. 29
Creative Thinkers Connection Memory Game p. 38 How to Research Trends Workbook p. 29
Creative Personal Branding p. 31 How to Survive the Organizational Revolution p. 29
Creativity + p. 36 How to Visit an Art Museum p. 36
Creativity in Business p. 30
Creativity Works! p. 36 I:
Creatures of Creativeland p. 39 Identity Colour Codes p. 33
Culture Sensitive Design p. 32 Innovation Expedition, The p. 30
Innovation Matrix, The p. 30
D: Innovation Maze, The p. 30
Dare to Ask p. 31, p. 36 Innovative Architecture Strategies p. 34
Dear Fashion Diary p. 36 Inspiration p. 34
Delft Design Guide p. 33 Inspiration for Innovation p. 30
Designer As…, The p. 32 Inspired by Method p. 33
Designing Diagrams p. 33
Designing for the Common Good p. 32 K:
Designing With(in) Public Organisations p. 32 Know Your Onions - Corporate Identity p. 33
Design My Privacy p. 32 Know Your Onions - Graphic design p. 33
Design Roadmapping p. 29 Know Your Onions - Web design p. 33
Design.Think.Make.Break.Repeat p. 33
Design Transitions p. 32 L:
Different Brains, Different Approaches p. 30 Lay Your Cards on the Table p. 38
Digital Manufacturing in Design and Architecture p. 34 Linjaa p. 38
Digital Metrics Field Guide, The p. 29 Little Creative Thinker’s Connection Dominoes p. 35, 38
Dilemmarama - Happy Edition p. 39 Little Creative Thinker’s Exercise Book p. 31, 35
Dilemmarama The Game p. 38 Logo Life p. 33
Divergent Convergent Thinking Book, The p. 31, 37 Logo RIP p. 35
Do-It-Yourselfie Guide, The p. 36 LOIS Logos p. 33
Don’t Buy This Book p. 31
Don’t Do This - Game p. 31, 35, 38 M:
Don’t Eat the Yellow Snow p. 36 Make Design Matter p. 32
Don’t Read his Book p. 31, 35 Mastering The Art of Negotiating p. 29
Don’t Talk, Just Kiss p. 36 Medium is the Message, The p. 37

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Meta Products p. 32 Think Like an Engineer, Don’t Act Like One p. 35
Mezza Card Game p. 38 This Human p. 29
Modular Structures in Design and Architecture p. 34 This is a Good Guide - for a Sustainable Lifestyle p. 36
Mozaa p. 38 This is my Berlin p. 37
Museum Art Cards p. 36 This is my London p. 37
Music Thinking Jam Cards p. 30 This is my New York p. 37
My Photography Game p. 38 This is my Paris p. 37
My Photography Toolbox p. 38 To Don’t List p. 35
Transformations: 7 Roles to Drive Change by Design p. 32
N: Trashures p. 36
Never Leave the House Naked p. 37 Type Tricks p. 33
Never Photograph People Eating p. 37
Never Touch a Painting When It’s Wet p. 37 V:
Never Use More Than Two Different Typefaces p. 37 Vision in Product Design p. 32
Never Use Pop Up Windows p. 37 Visual Doing p. 31
Never Use White Type on a Black Background p. 37 Visual Doing Workbook p. 31
Notes on Design p. 32 Visual Thinking p. 30
Not Invented Here p. 30 Visual Thinking Workbook p. 30
Numbers Game p. 38
W:
O: What Are They Saying About You? p. 35
Old Masters Memory Game p. 38 When the Box is the Limit p. 31
Once Upon a Time I Was... p. 35 Worlds of Wonder p. 30
Once Upon a Time I Wanted to Be… p. 35 Work Hard Play Harder p. 34
Once Upon a Time I Went... p. 35 Write Nothing in here p. 37
Operative Design p. 34
Optical Illusions Game p. 38 Y:
You Are What You Eat Memory Game p. 39
P: Your Work and Your Life p. 35
Performative Geometries p. 34
Philographics p. 36
Pitching Ideas p. 31
Pixel Art Game - Café Terrace at Night p. 38
Pixel Art Game - The Milkmaid p. 38
Politics of Design, The p. 32
Pregnancy Cookbook p. 36
Products that Flow p. 32
Products that Last p. 32

R:
Reading Letters p. 33
Read Nothing in Here p. 37
Robot Memory Game p. 38

S:
Save the Humans! p. 36
Secret of the Highly Creative Thinker, The p. 31
Service Innovation Handbook, The p. 30
Seven Laws of Guaranteed Growth, The p. 29
Shaping Text p. 33
Simplicity: A Matter of Design p. 32
Sketching p. 33
Sketching: The Basics p. 33
Sketching: Product Design Presentation p. 33
Social Climber’s Handbook, The p. 36
Spontaneous City, The p. 34
Startup Game, The p. 38
Storytelling on Steroids p. 29
Strategic Design p. 32
Street Art Memory Game p. 39
Street Style III p. 38
Sustainist Design Guide p. 32

T:
Thinking in Services p. 30
Think Like a Designer, Don’t Act Like One p. 35
Think Like a Lawyer, Don’t Act Like One p. 35
Think Like a Manager, Don’t Act Like One p. 35
Think Like an Artist, Don’t Act Like One p. 35
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