Tag Archives: ecosystems

Systems thinking and the mobile platform for economic impact and wealth creation

By | March 20, 2013

I have been meaning to write this post for quite some time now, percolating as it has in the back of my mind but it was Mark Kaigwa who finally spurred this writing. This is not all about MPesa, though it will take a look at some of the issues why its runaway success in… Read More »

Consuming the future: a wide angled perspective

By | January 14, 2013

This was written at the end of August 2007; how far have we progressed? Even as I have just written about sustainable design and ecodesign, I find myself pondering the larger issues at stake. I didn’t set out to go green and I’m not wholly sure what my outlook is on this topic as yet.… Read More »

Design ecosystem for new and emerging market opportunities

By | October 26, 2010

I recently had cause to discuss the design ecosystem as a holistic approach to entering a new market or addressing the needs of a customer demographic that was unfamiliar or very different. I’d touched upon this earlier this year in a post I wrote summarizing my learnings from the field when considering the markets at… Read More »