Design is the creation of a plan or convention for the construction of an object, system or measurable human interaction.
When customer experience supports breakthrough innovation
Taking into account the endorsement level of transformative cultural shifts in a targeted audience—whether conscious or not—can help us to design solutions that have a higher chance of being more resilient and react better to sudden changes and shocks.
Have we launched into a new era of design?
The design profession is moving towards these areas where people can really help rather than just making an aesthetically-superior product. And this is one of the great things that's coming out of the design field, this focus on health and well-being and human value … although we still want beautiful things.
According to photographers Leonardo Brogioni and Roberta Valtorta, images are both immediate and eternal
Photographers Roberta Valtorta and Leonardo Brogioni, explore the relationship between photography and time. They translate it into a sequence of frozen moments and changing images from prolonged or multiple exposures.
Video games that transport us into states of flow
When a video game world gets hold of a player's attention, the player loses track of time, and with enough practice, can even move automatically. This is how seemingly impossible temporal mechanics warp our realities.
A visual history like no other
How can we chart history beyond linear timelines and branching trees? In 2010, professors Daniel Rosenberg and Anthony Grafton published Cartographies of Time, the first historical account of the timeline.
Long story short
Our intrusion on nature occurs in two distinct, but complementary ways. On one side, we produce goods and services that require enormous amounts of resources and energy; on the other, we profoundly impact nature to get better performance. Therefore, the need to find a balance between these components becomes crucial.
A Toolbox For The Times
“How will our homes look and how will new technologies impact them?”, is a question that is often asked about the future. It’s a question which highlights how improperly we use the term “technology” rather than term “tool”. By talking about technology, one may be referring to both a main area of research or to a device. AI or R+ (VR/AR/MR) can be both domains and tools for example.