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Trump just announced plans to create a military presence in space effective immediately: Based on the very minimal information we have been given, your brief is simple: Go forth and design a logo for "Space Force". The logo has to be as good as the Air Force logo, but different.
Kickstarter has taken note of Oscar Lhermitte's clever "Quickstarter" model, recognizing it's positive message of showing that designers can learn just as much thinking on a smaller scale as they can thinking on a larger one. The crowdfunding platform just announced a landing page within their site called Quickstarter that
About one month ago, Instagram opened a new office housed in what used to be Manhattan's Wanamaker department store showroom. In their short time of existence, the expanding social media platform has come a long way since their very first office space, which was a few rented desks inside the
This speculative design project sets out to investigate the global decline of the bee population, focusing particularly on Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD). CCD is a phenomenon that leads to the majority of worker bees leaving the hive and eventually disappearing. This project is set in 2030; since many scientists say
It wouldn't be the World Cup without Adidas designing a new soccer ball that the players can complain about. For 2018's Cup they've introduced the Telstar 18, a graphic update on the classic, black-and-white-TV-friendly Telstar from 1970. (Thus far goalies reportedly hate it, finding the ball unpredictable and slippery.) Adidas'
Up until the 1966 World Cup, soccer balls looked like this: That bland color was simply the natural color of the leather. Not very telegenic. But as matches increasingly became televised, the telegenic problem was solved in 1970 by
For reasons covered in Part 1, I've decided to buy a brand-new stickshift all-wheel-drive station wagon. Both station wagons and manual transmissions have fallen heavily out of favor, with few manufacturers offering both. I figured the dearth of options would make the selection process easy--but was astonished at the poor
The 3D Designer is responsible for all creative for a specific group of accounts to include staff supervision and work production. Will plan, develop and execute original creative projects. Provide leadership, motivation and conveys the vision to staff while maintaining a hands-on and flexible approach to managing deliverables and deadlines.
Steven M. Johnson's "Patent Depending" series of inventions range from social commentary to plain ol' bizarre, and they always give us a laugh. So we've contracted him to let us publish one every week.
Welcome to Mediaplanet, a content marketing, and content creation company focusing on both print and digital products. Your role as an in-house freelance designer will be to diligently and accurately design 8–24 page print campaigns adhering to Mediaplanet's style guide and under the art direction of the senior designer.
As I and others have argued before, when it comes to autonomous cars, "hand-off" is a terrible idea. I firmly believe that autonomous cars have to be all or nothing. "Assisted driving" might seem like a good idea in the short term, but I believe it will prove to
When stuck in traffic jams, every commuter must dream of being able to simply fly over the whole mess and get home. But flying cars are a long way off. Google co-founder Larry Page isn't waiting around for personal flying vehicles to be developed. Instead Page founded Kitty Hawk, a
As industrial designers we both use tools and appreciate objects on an emotional level, so it's not surprising that we become attached to tools. When Eric Strebel's decades-old, favorite X-Acto knife looked like it was going to give up the ghost, he worked up a quick fix with copper, beautifying
This year's Built Environment Jury Team was led by Dror Benshetrit, Founder of New York based Studio Dror. Joining him on the panel were Charlie Gepp, founder of INTENTIONALLY BLANK, and Marc Thorpe, founder of Marc Thorpe Design.
This year's Commercial Equipment Jury Team was led by Joe Hebenstreit, CEO of Shaper. Joining him on the panel were Gretchen Anderson, Head of Design at PG&E, Andy Logan, Founder & Creative Director of AWOL Company, Kiefer Limeback, CEO of Limeback Group, and Spencer Wright, Proprietor of ThePrepared.org.
This year's Consumer Product Jury Team was led by Ti Chang, Co-founder & VP of Design at Crave. Joining her on the panel were Ivy Ross, VP of Design for Hardware at Google, Jörg Student, Executive Design Director at IDEO, Raja Schaar, Assistant Professor of Product Design at Drexel University.
This year's Design Concept Jury Team was led by Designer, Experimental Artist & Speculative Technologist Ani Lu. Joining her on the panel were Chris Woebken, Co-founder of Extrapolation Factory, and Engineer & Designer Dan Chen.
This year's Design Education Initiative Jury Team was led by Susie Wise, Strategic Advisor, Designer & Coach of School Retool. Joining her on the panel were Juliette LaMontagne, Founder & CEO, Breaker / Chief Learning Architect of Bionic Solutions, Kareem Collie, Director of Design and Creativity for The Rick and Susan Sontag Center for Collaborative Creativity and Tom Maiorana, Assistant Professor in the Department of Design at UC Davis.
This year's Design for Social Impact Jury Team was led by Jennifer Rittner, Principal of Content Matters. Joining her on the panel were George Aye, Co-founder and Director of Innovation at Greater Good Studio, Marc Dones, Associate Director of Equity Initiatives and Sabiha Basrai, Graphic Designer/Owner of Design Action Collective
This year's Furniture & Lighting Jury Team was led by John Arndt and Wonhee Jeong Arndt, Co-founders of Studio Gorm. Joining them on the panel were Chris Liljenberg Halstrøm, Founder of Chris L. Halstrom, Christopher Specce, Professor of Furniture Design at RISD, Jamie Wolfond, Founder of Good Thing, and Thom Fougere, Founder of Thom Fougere Studio.
This year's Interaction Jury Team was led by Joana Lehman, Executive Producer of Small Planet. Joining her on the panel were Brian Kelly, Director of Experience Design, Leslie Dann, Associate Partner of C&G Partners and Yumi Endo, Lead Designer at Humanitarian Data Exchange(HDX), United Nations OCHA.
This year's Open Design Jury Team was led by Zach Kaplan, CEO of Inventables. Joining him on the panel were Carl Bass, self-unemployed robot builder and former CEO of Autodesk, Jason Busschaer, Director of Industrial Design at Stanley Black & Decker, and Porter Whitmire, Senior Director of Product Development & Innovation Management at Techtronic Industries.
This year's Service Design Jury Team was led by Lingjing Yin, Lead Service Designer for FutureGov. Joining her on the panel were George Sheldrake, Service Design Consultant, J. Paul Neeley, Director of Neeley Worldwide, and Lauren Currie, Head of Design at Good Lab.
This year's Packaging Jury Team was led by Chi-An De Leo, Creative Director & Co-Founder of Rice Creative. Joining him on the panel were Chuong Pham, Creative Director & Co-founder of Kaarem and Gregory Jewett, Co-founder of ATIQ.
This year's Strategy & Research Jury Team was led by Tatyana Mamut, Former Product Exec at Amazon, Salesforce, and IDEO. Joining her on the panel were Lionel Mohri, VP of Design at Intuit Innovation Practices, Nalini Kotamraju, Vice President of User Research & Analytics at Salesforce, Susan O'Malley, Head of Strategy, Office of the CEO at IDEO.
This year's Transportation Jury Team was led by La Shirl Turner, Head of Exterior and Interior Color and Materials for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. Joining her on the panel were Jun Ryu, Design Manager at FCA US, Kasia Lys, Lead Senior Designer at FCA US, Meredith Gannes, Design Manager at FCA US, and Shady Elias, Senior Designer at FCA US.
This year's Visual Communication Jury Team was led by Jennifer Kinon, Co-founder of OCD | The Original Champions of Design. Joining her on the panel were Louise Fili, Director of Louise Fili Ltd., Min Lew, Partner at Base Design, Osi Imeokparia, Director of Product at Chan Zuckerberg Initiative.
My impending move to the countryside demands car ownership, and I just signed the papers on a new vehicle. As a city-dweller unfamiliar with the car buying process, choosing a model seemed daunting--until I approached it the way I would any design problem. Here I'll recount the steps I took.
Our previous bollard coverage (I love that I can write that) looked at how they protect buildings from damage and stymie vehicle-based terrorists. Here's a look at how two well-placed sacrificial pillars saved two people's lives at a donut shop last week: Admittedly the support column should be credited with
Forks, spoons, knives and chopsticks are designed to move food into our pie holes as efficiently as possible. For the most part, we all know how to use them–sometimes to the point where we don't even consider their existence as we shovel a plate of pasta down our throats. But
Traveling through Vietnam in the '90s, I purchased a flight from Da Nang to Saigon that cost me one million VND. That was the first and last time I ever handled a million of anything. For others, however, carrying a million bucks around—USD, no less—is apparently a regular occurrence. As high-end outdoor gear manufacturer SDR Traveller puts it,
Urban Soap is a series of delightful multi-sensory soaps inspired by the urban fragments of Seoul. The soaps are multi-sensory objects with the intention to deliver urban fragments through sensibilities of sight, smell and touch. Urban Soap is useful in the washroom, shower or kitchen. Made with a blend of
Native Design We invent category defining user experiences, products and services for the world’s most interesting brands. Established in 1997 by Morten Warren, we are a highly selective studio built on a singular commitment to excellence. We are independent and march to the beat of our own drum. At
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