Tag Archives: design

FIELD 3: Moving yenta-friend from brainstorming to execution

This week was a busy one for my fellow yentas and me. After spending countless hours together throwing out fabulous ideas and cementing our vision last week, it was now time for our three workstreams to, well, get cracking. The marketing and MVP teams worked together to facilitate our first customer interactions (!) while the […]

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(Business) Design: Fad or Fact?

Oct-26-2011 by

Currently a Professor at Case Western University’s Weatherhead School of Management, Richard Buchanan is one of the world’s leading design theorists. Former head of Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Design, Buchanan joined Weatherhead’s faculty in 2008. He is also co-editor of Design Issues, a premier design journal published by MIT Press. Buchanan defines design simply, […]

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Disrupting Innovation: Going Beyond the Buzz-Word of the Day

Why does design theory matter, what we can learn from it, and how we can practice it? I had the opportunity to speak to Tom Hulme (HBS ‘07), Design Director at IDEO London, on the topic of design and its integration with business, which enabled me to conclude that the concept of innovation is currently […]

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Relax!

Relax. I tell myself to relax at least a dozen times a day, when I feel my caffeine-infused veins tense at the thought of my ever-expanding to-do list. To combat this, I decided to head to the Relaxation Response Workshop featuring Dr. Hebert Benson of the Benson-Henry Institute for Mind Body Medicine at MGH, where […]

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Tammie on Start-ups

Have you ever had an idea for a product that you thought could be improved, but you did not know how to get it off the ground? Or perhaps you were frustrated by certain things and thought of a product that would solve the issue? For example: Why is there no flashlight on the iPhone […]

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What is Success?

Marc Ecko’s artistic journey began in the mid-80s in a makeshift design studio and showroom. Evolving from just six t-shirts and a can of spray paint, Marc Ecko Enterprises has become a full-scale global fashion and lifestyle company. He was on campus to discuss his entrepreneurial story, marketing the Marc Ecko brands and current trends […]

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Harvard Green Loan Fund Generates Greater Returns than Endowment

Students may not have heard of the Harvard Green Campus Loan Fund, but they have certainly experienced it. The Green Campus Loan Fund (GCLF) was created to provide capital for sustainability projects, and its managers mix business economics with environmental savvy to develop a smart solution to a common incentive problem. Most large organizations separate […]

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RC Partner Wins Cyberposium 13 Logo Design Competition

The Cyberposium 13 marketing team held a design competition for the conference logo. It is an example of user-generated content influencing life on campus Congratulations to Ryan Naragon (Partner NA)! Last week he was selected the winner of the Cyberposium 13: Innovation Without Borders Logo Design Competition. The competition, a first for Cyberposium, was created […]

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Passion and Business Intelligence in Cond‚ Nast Portfolio

“PASSION” is the core business philosophy at Cond‚ Nast Publications, home to the world’s most sophisticated and intelligent magazines: Vogue, Glamour, Allure, Jane, GQ, Architectural Digest, Brides, Lucky, Golf Digest, Vanity Fair, Gourmet, Cond‚ Nast Traveler, Wired, The New Yorker.and the recently-premiered business magazine, Portfolio. The mission of the company is twofold: to inform readers […]

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Graphic Designer / Art Director

Mar-26-2007 by

GRAPHIC DESIGNER / ART DIRECTORThe Harbus is Harvard Business School’s weekly independent student newspaper. We are looking for an energetic, creative, self-motivated and committed individual to take charge as our Graphic Designer. This position will be 25-40 hrs/week, depending on experience and skill level. Main job function is to produce The Harbus print and online […]

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