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Design demystified and liberated

The majority of design has to do with the quality of thinking involved and this quality of thinking would be useful to everyone.
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Alien invasion – A view of creativity in Business

What I’ve noticed is a particular kind of awkwardness when two individuals, where one is creative and the other isn’t, meet to discuss for a project.
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Development VS High performance management

What follows in this article, is a selection of arguments and criteria to favor a culture of development prior to or in parallel with a culture of high performance for any business.
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Design practice in a crisis stricken country

It requires wisdom to see poverty and creativity going well together. They only suit one another after the tears are dry and the creative person returns to creativity for healing and personal expression. However, when a business has to be sustained poverty is a killer of dreams and hope.
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Greece Vs Innovation

Before Greek businesses invest in innovation, they need to re-invent themselves. There is a single reason for this. The current Greek business culture contradicts innovation in principle.
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Börner Cheesemaker dedicated website

Börner Gmbh just released a dedicated website to inform the public about the exciting potential of their new product, the Cheesemaker designed by Orama Product Development.
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What’s the deal with the DIY table saw?

It's been the most successful post in this website. It's been more popular than all of the product related posts.
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Off to Ambiente, Frankfurt

From the 10th of February to the 12th, Orama Product Development will be visiting the Ambiente trade show in Frankfurt. Here is a link for you to visit. Please send a message if you would like to meet at the exhibition centre.
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The loving sun

This is an image created by my mother, a graphic designer (retired) when graphic design was an organic artform and compositions where created using the eye and not the alignement tools in various programs.
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The TUNA TUKU story… so far

In collaboration with TERRA NATION there was a thought of developing a beach chair for the global market 3 years ago (2012). However it was not clear which direction this project would take, since there were 2 strategies on the table...
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New DIY circular table saw!

This fantastic machine took about 10 days to build including 4 tries to make the parallel fence and 2 tries to make the angle guide. It is primarily made of MDF, plywood and aluminium.
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