An Industrial Designer that I know sent me these links, and they show great examples of innovation for design in learning and healthcare. We need more examples that inspire one to think of ways that Industrial Design might overlap (or, become a part of) Instructional Design.
If you work with education and technology, then you've probably heard of TED before (I have to admit that I *love* the TED videos!):
Design is in the Details (great example of how little design changes can make a difference, with examples from a healthcare context):
Creating Tech Marvels out of Wii Remotes (great example of how we can be innovative with seemingly every-day objects)
- ► 2009 (15)