Modernist Studio focuses on strategy and design work for big brands. In working with these companies, we've seen a theme around "owning the consumer." Each company is fighting to become front and center in people's lives, with a particular focus on the home. Big companies speak about locking in customers
Coder Stelian Firez recently tweeted this screenshot of what has to be the world's worst web form for entering one's phone number: The gauntlet thus thrown down, fellow coders tried to top it in badness: Who knew coders had such senses of humor? In any case the list goes on, and you can see more here.
We currently live in a highly visual world dominated by ads, videos, and photography, supported by social media outlets like Pinterest that can be used to share them. For developers and founders of the website Are.na, the founding of their site was based upon a genuine desire for an online
This is one of my dogs, Betsy, right before she starts furiously digging. She does it every time I take her to the beach and I joke that she's trying to get back to Japan, where her breed, the Shiba Inu, originates from. But assuming Betsy tunneled straight down from
NASA collects an incredible amount of data every year from over 50 satellites and other sensors focused on our planet from space. All the data collected is free for the public to use, and most importantly for scientists around the world who are working to advance all aspects of Earth science.
We all know flexible LED screens are possible, and that someone will eventually come out with a folding smartphone/tablet. The question is, who? Apple? The newly-resurgent, design-focused Microsoft? Judging by the video below, it looks like it may be none other than Lenovo. Take a look at the prototype they
Most of you have heard of SIGGRAPH, but if you haven't it's "the premier international forum for disseminating new scholarly work in computer graphics and interactive techniques." This year's conference starts at the end of the month, and this teaser video shows you some of the astonishing CG advancements that
Tools were essential to the development of humans. Augmented reality is no exception to this. At SLIMDESIGN we believe that current hand gestures and controllers are not ideal in the work environment. Our tools are designed to be used on the desk, reducing strain on the arms and allowing for better posture. A combination of augmented displays on the tools, haptic feedback, and movement tracking create a natural, more intuitive interaction for the user.
Three years ago we covered ThyssenKrupp's development of an elevator that could go up, down and sideways. Elevator lines in the future, we wrote, would look less like a series of shafts and more like Pac-Man. Tom Scott was lucky enough to gain admittance to ThyssenKrupp's towering elevator testing facility,
VR, AR, MR: It seems certain our future will be filled with [something]-reality, and my guess is that augmented reality will have the most practical applications. In the service of pure art, however, creative studio Theoriz is pushing the boundaries of MR, or mixed reality, by combining VR tracking technologies
When was the last time you choose the harder, more expensive approach to solve a problem? That is the reason why the adoption of the Design Sprint practice has been skyrocketing worldwide. But before backing up that claim, let me set the stage with some foundation for the reader that is unfamiliar with the term Design Sprint
Universal Music Group is the world’s leading music company. In everything we do, we are committed to artistry, innovation and entrepreneurship. We own and operate a broad array of businesses engaged in recorded music, music publishing, merchandising, and audiovisual content in more than 60 countries. We identify and develop recording
Amazon has been opening physical stores for two years now, and today they open their first physical bookstore in New York City. It is interesting to see how they've essentially transposed their digital strengths into an actual environment, rather than aping the design conventions of a Barnes & Noble or
HELLO! WE’RE THRIVE! We're a product development & innovation strategy firm. We help ambitious leaders build profitable brands through informed design. But this isn’t about us, It’s about YOU. THRIVE is growing and looking for world class talent. That’s why we
Groupon is looking for a talented hands-on Sr. Design Manager to join our team in Palo Alto, CA, where you'll be leading the ways our consumers buy, check out and use the deals cross platform. You have 8+ years of experience as a UX leader and amazing portfolio to back
We helped Moen create a product that allows users to wake up and turn on the shower from their phones with the shower knowing their personal preferences (temperature, etc). The shower will heat up to the desired temperature and then pause until you arrive, which helps decrease water waste. Once in the shower, users can restart the flow of water with the U by Moen shower controller on the shower wall.
Atlassian and Confluence have landed in Mountain View! Join our brand new, fast-growing office in Mountain View as a product designer of one of our flagship products, Confluence. Confluence is used by more than half of Fortune 100 companies to connect people with content and co-workers they
While the experience of driving is better today than it was fifty years ago, flying commercial has become worse. That has given rise to a rather bizarre, nostalgia-driven restaurant in Los Angeles: The Pan Am Experience, where people pay $300 a head to sit in a reconstructed 1970s-era 747 and
The Senior Digital Designer is a multi-medium designer that will execute a range of graphic assets across many areas of the business including web, motion and experience design. The digital designer will work directly with the digital art director and digital team in our Detroit office to ensure projects meet
With the introduction of a new category menu to both our desktop and mobile homepages, you now have two navigation options! You can either search through your favorite article categories using our new drop-down menus or scroll through our site like before. Whichever method you choose, we hope your experience
Connect is our newest product team at Ableton and is responsible for making Link, our technology that allows Live, iOS apps and other music software to seamlessly play in time. Link is just the beginning of their mission to better connect instruments and musicians. As part of
Pizza car toppers are designed to fit almost all rooflines, which invariably causes the design to to feel separate and awkward from the car. This is not the case for the Domino’s DXP, the first car specifically designed for pizza delivery. For the Domino’s DXP, CP+B and Domino’s wanted to make a car topper that mated with the Sonic’s roofline. In addition, they wanted to add functionality to the topper that would enhance the delivery experience.
Your next opportunity awaits: • We are looking for a Graphic Designer to join Industry Dive's innovative design team. Our team is highly collaborative, cross-functional, and always puts the user – client or reader – first. • We also care a lot about team growth. Each week, we
Currently, most of the attention on autonomous vehicles is focused on the technology that lets cars drive themselves. However, in the near future, the industry will need to broaden its focus to include what is arguably just
The Product Communications & Design department at Bose is looking for a passionate UX Design Technologist looking to create new and compelling digital experiences. Our creative group creates customer-facing communications for site, social and online advertising building brand affinity and educating consumers about new products. The ideal candidate is a
The Original Smiley Company is looking for a Character & Background Concept Designer with the following responsibilities: Creation of characters & backgrounds for a kid-targeted TV and book concept; * Pre-school target based on an iconic 80s toy; * Bright, colourful, fun concepts. Deliverables: - 4 animals (based on existing artwork); - 2 characters (boy & girl –
Designer's Curse takes many forms: We are the folks crawling around underneath a display table in a store to see how it's put together, embarrassing our spouse; straining to peek behind something to see how it's mounted to the wall while the museum guard watches you like a hawk; opening
There are 7 billion people on this planet. And by 2050, there will be 2 billion more... many moving into urban centers at an unprecedented rate. Making sure there is enough food, fiber and infrastructure for our rapidly growing world is what we’re all about at John Deere. And it’s why we’re investing in our people and our technology like never before in our 175-year history. Here the world’s brightest minds are tackling the world’s biggest challenges. If you believe one person can make the world
How do you add more aesthetic value to a television? You can gussy up the housing to make it pretty, but Yves Béhar and Samsung have taken things a step further and are forging into new UX territory. Their collaboration has yielded The Frame, a new sort of television—and non-television—experience.
This position can be located in the following locations: Austin, TX, Cambridge, MA or San Francisco, CA Visual-Information Design: Works with and contributes to the evolution of a brand guideline or visual-information language system to translate the intended user experience to act
It takes a lot to make this jaded blogger laugh out loud at a YouTube video, but these two got me. UX designer Joseph Herscher, whom we last looked in on last year, has since populated his channel with two food-based contraptions to make his life easier. This turkey one
To us, good design doesn't have to be some staggeringly brilliant thing that winds up in the MoMA or the Salone. In fact, most of the time I'm more impressed by some small, simple change a designer has made that will get them no glory but will improve the user
Chevy recently loaned us a brand-new, wi-fi-equipped Cruze outfitted with Apple's CarPlay. Here I'll give you my CarPlay review, and I'll start with describing the UI/UX issues I usually have while driving, so you can decide if they're idiosyncratic or universal. Problems I Have with Non-CarPlay-Equipped Cars1: No place to
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