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Episode 91: The Ten Principles of Good Design with Josh Walsh

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In this episode, Keith and Woody sit down with designer and developer Josh Walsh to discuss the ten design principles the famous Industrial Designer Dieter Rams used to design many iconic products throughout the 20th century.

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Josh Walsh is "the guy you call when something is hard to use."   He is an award winning user experience designer, interaction designer and usability trainer.  His work spans from 1 man startup companies to large applications for the Fortune 100 -- from elementary school students to the worlds leading surgeons.  He currently serves as a founder and partner at Designing Interactive, a software development company in Cleveland, OH.

Josh can be found on Twitter at

Josh’s blog can be found at

Dieter Rams' Ten Principles of "Good Design"

  • Is innovative
  • Makes a product useful
  • Is aesthetic
  • Makes a product understandable
  • Is unobtrusive
  • Is honest
  • Is long-lasting
  • Is thorough down to the last detail
  • Is environmentally friendly
  • Is as little design as possible

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