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Design Revolution: 100 Products That Empower People (Inglés) Tapa blanda – oct 2009

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Book by Pilloton Emily

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HASH(0x9c0c9de0) de un máximo de 5 estrellas One of the best books I have read in a long time. 28 de agosto de 2009
Por Dave Asheim - Publicado en
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OK, I am biased. I am a strong advocate of using interesting designs in all aspects of our daily lives. And this book provides a framework, a wonderful narrative and fantastic images of products that you can instantly tell not only are great designs but can change the lives of the people who use them. Ms. Pilloton has captured the passion that great designers put into their work, in writing her first book. I highly recommend it.
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HASH(0x9bf8cc78) de un máximo de 5 estrellas Products That Make a Difference 27 de abril de 2010
Por Patricia Kramer - Publicado en
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Fantastic. I loved this book. The whole concept of designing products that will empower people, many made from locally available materials and not harmful to the environment is a joy and so needed. I know I am not alone in roaming the aisles of the grocery store in frustration while trying to find a basic product amidst the exploding varieties and variation of that product.

The essays in the Introduction were fascinating and each page of the products displayed such innovative thinking.

Some products I was familiar with, such as the Oxo Good Grips and the Free Rice online vocabulary charity site. I loved learning about the Hippo Wate Roller, the Adiri Natural Nurser Ultimate Baby Bottle and Calfee Bamboo Bike.
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HASH(0x9c1c896c) de un máximo de 5 estrellas easily a 10 STAR book 22 de enero de 2010
Por John Bean - Publicado en
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I watched Emily Pilloton on the Colbert Report and had to order this book immediately. I don't buy very many books but bought it for two reasons. One reason is that I am a retired design engineer and I am interested in these designs that empower people. The other reason is that I had to support this young woman who has done more good for the world than most people do in a lifetime. Any review of this effort less than five stars is pathetic. People should look in a mirror before they open their mouth.
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HASH(0x9c0d3930) de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great book for a great cause! 23 de noviembre de 2009
Por E. Weber - Publicado en
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Design Revolution crosses sectors, continents and industries to bring engaging and inspiring case studies to the forefront of design. It's a great compilation and supports a fantastic cause!
HASH(0x9c13e054) de un máximo de 5 estrellas Pilloton herself easily defies rating (she's a superperson) 17 de enero de 2016
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I got to meet Pilloton immediately after reading this and she emphasized how much her thinking had changed toward valuing processes, especially in engaging with young people (she's currently teaching at UC Davis and in the Bay Area). Pilloton herself easily defies rating (she's a superperson), but she's also correct about process rather than products being the best way to engage and empower people, not that products don't have their place.