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 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 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 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 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 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.
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.
Advanced Design Sketching (ADS) is getting ready to host their second SQ1CON in Chicago this July 13 and 14 after a successful inaugural event last year. What began as industrial designer Hector Silva's pipe dream in grad school, ADS has now evolved into a multifaceted non-profit that puts on sketching
With a rich history and an incredible track record of success, the WantedDesign's Design School Workshop launched at the start of this year's New York Design Week, NYCxDesign, mixing and mashing students and mentors from all over the world to share, to collaborate, and to learn. The co-founders of WantedDesign,
For this year's Core77 Design Awards, we're conducting in-depth interviews with each of our jury captains to get in a glimpse into their creative minds and hear more about what they'll be looking for in this year's awards submissions.Joe Hebenstreit is at the forefront of an exciting new product that
After another challenging year of jury review, we've finally reached a consensus of winners in the 2018 Core77 Design Awards! Stay tuned next Thursday morning, June 14th, when we'll be revealing winners on the Core77 Design Awards site and right here on Core77.
Another year, another trek into the mayhem that is ICFF at the Javits Center. And year after year, even in the midst of this madness, we always manage to come up for air with a number of fantastic new furniture, lighting, and home goods finds we're super excited to share.
For this year's NYCxDesign, frog partnered with Art Start for the second year in a row to help bring creativity to NYC's homeless and at-risk youth through their DECKxDESIGN challenge. Following a successful inaugural year focused on dart boards, this year pivoted focus towards a different type of board—the skateboard.
This year, WantedDesign Manhattan and WantedDesign Brooklyn once again showed a selection of high-quality projects by designers and design students from around the world. Design students may have had the most speculative, thought-provoking projects at each show, but the professional work held its own, making use of unexpected shapes and
During NYCxDesign, we were lucky enough to snag a seat at Helsinki-based Restaurant Nolla's Zero Waste Bistro pop-up located in the halls of WantedDesign Manhattan. We typically don't cover the food space, but we were mystified by this pop-up's interior design. From the wall's recycled material to the thoughtful menu
Sight Unseen Offsite's main location at 201 Mulberry may have downsized compared to last year, but the quality of works shown at the crowd favorite show remained high. This year's show was heavily focused on unexpected collaborations, including the mini show-within-a-show Field Studies, which paired celebrities with designers to create
To celebrate this year's NYCxDesign, MakerBot hand-picked 17 New York City designers and put them to the test of designing and prototyping an object to improve daily life. The 13 individual designers and 2 design duos were each given a MakerBot Replicator and a few rolls of filament to
We're three days into NYCxDesign, and our calendars couldn't be more packed! Although we haven't hit ICFF yet, we've discovered plenty of smaller wonders around the city. There's so much going on that if you haven't visited our NYCxDesign Map, we suggest you do so before you get too overwhelmed.
New furniture subscription service Kamarq debuted their first collection yesterday morning, but it was a short lived celebration for designers Nicola Formichetti and PJ Mattan, as many design savvy New Yorkers were quick to point out the blatant similarities between their Elephant tables and Ana Kras' Slon collection with Matter
New York Design Week kicks off this weekend, and you know what that means! Our NYCxDesign Map is back to help guide you through the city that never sleeps on your quest to discover great design.
Let the below image sink in for a moment: Yes, what you're looking at is a miniature treadmill inside of a sneaker, and yes, this is a real patent that Nike recently filed. Looks like when a bunch of employees left Nike because of that sexual harassment scandal all of
New York Design Week is on the horizon, and you know what that means! Our NYCxDesign Map is back to help guide you through the city that never sleeps on your quest to discover great design. With countless exhibitions, parties and presentations to go to throughout the month of May,
This year's Salone Satellite showcased a wide variety of projects, many of which extended beyond traditional furniture design. Throughout Milan Design Week in general, we noticed three material trends—inflatables, foam and ratchet straps—all of which be seen scattered throughout this Satellite recap. Our favorite projects from the extensive exhibition within
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