Design Quantification Lab (DQL) Initiative

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= Stanford Design Quantification Lab initiative =
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= Stanford Design Quantification Lab initiative =
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We are creating, detailing, validating and testing of front-end metrics and methods, predicting success of products, services, agendas and policies in any organization, whether private or public using triple-bottom line metrics. These methods support actionable framing and communication of complex design challenges.<br>
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We are creating, detailing, validating and testing of front-end metrics and methods, predicting success of products, services, agendas and policies in any organization, whether private or public using triple-bottom line metrics. These methods support actionable framing and communication of complex design challenges.<br>  
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== Initial projects<br> ==
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== Initial projects<br> ==
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Peace Design - Journalism Challenge<br>
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Peace Design - Journalism Challenge<br>  
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== Resources<br> ==
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== Resources<br> ==
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[http://www.ingomar.net/literature.html Literature list]<br>[http://www.dmi.org/dmi/html/publications/news/viewpoints/nv_vp_sip.htm DMI article]<br>
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[http://www.ingomar.net/literature.html Literature list]<br>[http://www.dmi.org/dmi/html/publications/news/viewpoints/nv_vp_sip.htm DMI article]<br>  
== Contacts<br>  ==
== Contacts<br>  ==
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For more information, please contact:  
For more information, please contact:  
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Tanja Aitamurto: tanjaa@stanford.edu  
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Tanja Aitamurto, Initiator: tanjaa@stanford.edu<br>
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Søren Petersen, Initiator: ingomar1@stanford.edu<br>
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Søren Petersen: ingomar1@stanford.edu<br>
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Martin Steinert, assistant director at Center for Design Research: steinert@stanford.edu<br>

Revision as of 18:32, 12 July 2011

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Stanford Design Quantification Lab initiative

We are creating, detailing, validating and testing of front-end metrics and methods, predicting success of products, services, agendas and policies in any organization, whether private or public using triple-bottom line metrics. These methods support actionable framing and communication of complex design challenges.

Initial projects

Peace Design - Journalism Challenge

Resources

Literature list
DMI article

Contacts

For more information, please contact:

Tanja Aitamurto, Initiator: tanjaa@stanford.edu

Søren Petersen, Initiator: ingomar1@stanford.edu

Martin Steinert, assistant director at Center for Design Research: steinert@stanford.edu

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