On Friday, human-centered design nonprofit IDEO.org launched a Kickstarter campaign to support the next iteration of the wildly popular HCD Toolkit. With over 70% of their $30,000 goal raised in just three days, designers from around the world are gobbling up the opportunity to gain early access to The Field Guide to Human-Centered Design. Available in pocket and book size, the new guide is packed full of new design methods, case studies, and worksheets to help create solutions to wicked problems. You have until December 7th, 2014 to secure one of the first copies of the new human-centered design guide, set to ship around the world in February 2015.
Design Kit is our online platform which currently has 58,000 members; our online Course for Human-Centered Design has seen 40,000 people register from 148 countries over the past two years; and the HCD Toolkit has been downloaded over 141,000 times. But there are places that the Internet just doesn’t go. And there are times out in the field, when your best friend is a good book. The Field Guide is just that friend, an ally in design and a key to help design a world without poverty.
Click here to support IDEO.org’s campaign to create The Field Guide to Human-Centered Design, online at Kickstarter.com.