Support frugal innovation

  Navi Radjou is the theorist behind frugal innovation : rather than decreasing, he prefers the term Jugaad (“hack” in Hindi, doing more with less) which can be a source of innovation and even a better quality of life. The circular economy would be an initial prerequisite as the classic linear model demonstrates its limits on a daily basis. We live in an ecosystem in which everything … Continue reading Support frugal innovation

“This interactive documentary lasts 50 minutes, would you like to use your time to watch Ethics for Design?”

This is the question put to the viewer before the start of the “Ethics for Design” documentary by Gauthier Roussilhe. Every day we use objects, applications, platforms and services which were designed to meet our needs. But are they all designed with our interests in mind? Some interfaces are created to grab our full attention, and product series are designed to become obsolete. Today, when … Continue reading “This interactive documentary lasts 50 minutes, would you like to use your time to watch Ethics for Design?”

“Meal Kits”: Amazon still gives a lesson on the notion of Client Centricity

Après le rachat de Whole Foods Market, Amazon continue de surfer sur la tendance du bien manger et investit encore sur le marché de l’alimentaire. Il y a deux jours, le géant du e-commerce a lancé, en test, un nouveau service de livraison de kit de repas à faire soi-même : Amazon Meal Kits. Vous choisissez parmi les 17 recettes entre 15 et 19 dollars (steak au poivre, … Continue reading “Meal Kits”: Amazon still gives a lesson on the notion of Client Centricity