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"Recommended for Design Students and Enthusiasts" - by Harry Surman (Gloucestershire)
Design offers a definitive visual history of all essential design movements and characters over time. Making this a great book for any design student or enthusiast who seeks to extend their knowledge of design. The book offers a breakdown of all movements ranging from Arts and Crafts to Postmodern and Contemporary, whilst providing detailed analysis of the most iconic designers motifs and products throughout eras. The book is well written with detailed illustrations and photographs, set out in a very function fashion making it a pleasurable read. I would highly recommend this book to any design enthusiast or those looking to extend upon design knowledge. GCSE and A level students would especially find this book beneficial as a majority of AQA's and Edexcel's Product Design key areas of study are featured.

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"Fab book!" - by Frankie0694
Great book! Really useful for my university degree and beyond! Easy to read, and find information. No issues. Recommended for anyone in the art/design/engineering/ manufacturing industries.

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"A new staple in Product Design recruitment" - by Amazon Customer
Having spent the past 5 years in digital product design and UX roles, this book is a much needed resource for recruitment. It clearly covers the all the basics and more for managing and approaching design exercises. If you’re looking for a new design job and want to refresh your skills or actively hiring designers then I’d recommend this book.

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"good info!" - by Tracy Hernandez
There is a lot of helpful info for aspiring product designers or designers in general. Good a4 size book too!

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"Framework, tools and techniques to apply practically with invaluable summaries" - by Dave C (Birmingham, UK)
Systems thinking and design thinking are the big buzz at the moment and they're frameworks that have rapidly grown in influence over the last several years. This is a worthy introduction to the pragmatics of getting to grips with related transformation and customer centric product and service design, and most specifically in the world of digital. It's a welcome addition to a fast growing field.

Layout is cool, playful and nice to follow. For me, it's a bit too pastel and passive in look; but it's a personal thing and doesn't impact negatively on readability. It all makes sense and the key notions are well outlined. There are tools and techniques to apply and invaluable summaries. In fact, the summaries are perfect for someone like me who likes to skim and work through the big picture first before diving into details. The techniques can be either lifted straight from the book ... full review

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"Classic, a must read" - by Rondog (UK)
I was recommended this book by a guy who works in ergonomics and product design. It's a great book, a classic really. Anyone who works in any area of product design should read it.

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"A worthy read" - by S. Hafeez (England, UK)
Good, sound, but basic advice in plain English with plenty of pictures. As a starter, this book gives you the necessary cover and depth but should not be relied upon in isolation.

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"So Good I bought it to replace old coat" - by MEG
Having bought this style of coat previously , I decided to replace it with exactly the same again. I was very happy to find that certain elements had been changed from the “ older” model. The outer material was not so stiff and , unlike the last coat, did not stick out and away from the dog’s body until it softened. The straps , which are attached to the chest apron, are longer and are fitted with longer Velcro strips. This is a bonus as I found the old style , which had a short length of Velcro , left quite a length of unsupported material flapping about. I overcame this by sliding an elastic band over one leg of the strap ,and tucked the excess length of the other strap under the elastic band. With the extra run of Velcro on the new ... full review

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"Does what it Says on the Tube" - by jonaswhale
Good product use a little on damp hair before blow drying, gives thickness and body to the hair, very happy with this product.

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"Five Stars" - by alan morrison
excellent book filled with lots of innovative products and information

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"“We spend a lot time designing the bridge, but not enough time thinking about the people who are crossing it.” Prabhjot Singh" - by Robert Morris (Dallas, Texas)
Years ago during separate interviews, both Jon Katzenbach and John Kotter suggested that one of the most difficult changes to achieve is changing how one thinks about change. I was reminded of that as I began to work my way through the narrative. It soon becomes obvious that developing a design thinking mindset will require using specific design thinking principles such as those that Michael Fuchs suggests: people-centric, cross-disciplinary collaborative, holistic and integrative, flexibility and comfort with ambiguity, multi-modal communication skills, and a growth mindset such as the one Carol Dweck recommends

After Luchs’s “Brief Introduction,” the other 42 contributors present their material in 25 chapters within this framework:

Part I: Design Thinking Tools (Chapters 1-7)
II: Design Thinking within the Organization (8-14)
III: Design Thinking for Specific Contexts (15-19)
IV: Consumer Responses and Values (20-22)
V: Special Topics in Design Thinking (23-25)

These are among the dozens of passages of greatest interest and value to me, ... full review

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"Sketching book" - by Pedro Parente (UK)
I was advised by my lecturer to get this book for its contents as a good reference for future/product designers.this is a very good reference, easy to understand and once you opened it you will be tempted to your drawings to be as good as the ones on the book or even better. I recommend it to anyone willing to be a product designer!the more you draw the better you will be!!

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"Great product" - by Alannah
Arrived early and are supper nice to use, when using the thick side the ink does spread a little but not really a problem if you’re careful

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"Very happy with this product" - by Becks
Lovely product - looks more expensive than it is. Was looking for something to writes notes on and this is much more stylish than a whiteboard or blackboard.