it says what it trys very well and effectively. Obviously, this is a book and reflects the authors' point of view but very fruitful and interesting. I studied industrial design. it absolutely is teaching me many important points.
To create a company that really matters to other people, design a unique, positive customer experience into every aspect of your product or service. That requires becoming a "design-driven" firm, with leaders who understand that great design is the only thing that saves a product from becoming a commodity. Inspirational design turns your product into something bigger than the sum of its parts. To demonstrate this desirable design experience, authors Robert Brunner and Stewart Emery (writing with Russ Hall) point to iconic products, such as iPods and Harley-Davidson motorcycles. Their passion for corporate devotion to design permeates every page, becoming, alas, weaker with repetition, and then getting refortified in chapter eight, which offers a solid method for achieving successful design. getAbstract recommends this book to managers since most designers already agree that superior, comprehensive design is good for business.