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Niklaus Gerber - Issue #62

6 months ago I started my research for the design manifesto. The goal was to craft a list of product
Niklaus Gerber - Issue #62
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6 months ago I started my research for the design manifesto. The goal was to craft a list of product design principles. There is so much knowledge out there and it is not easy to piece it together. This week the beta version of the manifesto for service and product design went live.
In the next months, my goal is to translate it to the 10 most commonly used languages. designmanifesto.org should become helpful guidelines for all the people who are new in product and service design. The principles also reflect strongly they way I work.
I have high hopes that this manifesto will help many people to craft excellent solutions for their clients. I would be very excited if you would join the movement and share it with your peers on twitter, facebook or whatever other social network you are on.
Wishing you a happy weekend and marvelous week. 

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