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Resources magazine has been redesigned to make the environment "accessible"
The visual refresh hopes to make the data-heavy environmental and energy resources magazine stand out from its competitors. The post Resources magazine has been redesigned to make the environment "accessible" appeared first on Design Week.
12 hours ago
Design Week
Resources magazine has been redesigned to make the environment "accessible"
Paul Drake: "There is hope for young designers in all this uncertainty"
D&AD foundations director Paul Drake advises design graduates and those studying to make the most of the current spirit of "generosity" in the industry. The post Paul Drake: "There is hope for young designers in all this uncertainty" appeared first on Design Week.
12 hours ago
Design Week
Paul Drake: "There is hope for young designers in all this uncertainty"
Dashboard Warz
The epic thread unfurling over at the twitter feed of Jared Spool is great entertainment Dashboards are often what customers ask for. They are rarely what customers need. If you're building a dashboard, it's likely your user research wasn't finished. &8212; Jared Spool (@jmspool) August 11, 2020
14 hours ago
John Maeda
Dashboard Warz
"Futuristic? graphics and sustainable materials: 2020/21 Premier League clubs' kits revealed
Highlighted shirts for the upcoming season feature graphics inspired by the teams' cities as well as more sustainable manufacturing techniques. The post "Futuristic? graphics and sustainable materials: 2020/21 Premier League clubs' kits revealed appeared first on Design Week.
15 hours ago
Design Week
"Futuristic? graphics and sustainable materials: 2020/21 Premier League clubs' kits revealed
Co.Design
Italians revive a Black Plague tradition: Serving wine out of tiny windows
A medieval design detail that's easy to miss lives on during the COVID-19 era. Restaurants around the world have had to find innovative ways to serve customers safely during the coronavirus pandemic. But a few businesses in Florence, Italy, didn't have to come up with a new idea. In fact, they repurposed ...
18 hours ago
Co.Design
Italians revive a Black Plague tradition: Serving wine out of tiny windows
Co.Design
See how gross it is to sneeze on the subway without a mask
This should be required viewing for every American. "Wear a mask.&x201D; It's about as simple as advice gets when it comes to curbing the spread of COVID-19. And yet, people still aren't listening. Read Full Story
19 hours ago
Co.Design
See how gross it is to sneeze on the subway without a mask
Co.Design
This is the safest indoor space to prevent the spread of COVID-19, according to a mechanical engineer
Let the outdoors in! The vast majority of SARS-CoV-2 transmission occurs indoors, most of it from the inhalation of airborne particles that contain the coronavirus. The best way to prevent the virus from spreading in a home or business would be to simply keep infected people away. But this is hard ...
20 hours ago
Co.Design
This is the safest indoor space to prevent the spread of COVID-19, according to a mechanical engineer
Co.Design
See inside a city run by children
Every two summers since the 1970s, a minicity pops up in Munich. It resembles any other city–except that it is run entirely by children.
21 hours ago
Co.Design
See inside a city run by children
Research Requires Stooping To The Customer's Stooping Level
Russell Ackoff had such an interesting mind. I used to collect all his books but gave most them away by lending them out. My favorite saying of his: It is easy to blame others for our own mistakes, but it is hard to correct them by doing so. In Ackoff's The Art of Problem Solving [...]
1 day ago
John Maeda
Research Requires Stooping To The Customer's Stooping Level
Pseudo-plagiarized in 2014?
I never thought to document this before, but noting how it's not uncommon for commercial writers to "borrow' ideas from the non-commercial writing sector when they're on deadline, I always thought it was fishy how I posted the following note on my blog on March 7, 2014 where I laid out the "organizational ...
1 day ago
John Maeda
Pseudo-plagiarized in 2014?
Me and Bill Murray
I'm a George Clooney fan so I found it pretty exciting to briefly collide with Clooney and Murray in a totally indirect way in an issue of Esquire magazine from long ago at the close of David Granger's storied career at Esquire.
1 day ago
John Maeda
Me and Bill Murray
Donald Knuth on optimization
Apropos to the debate on perfection vs imperfection: Programmers waste enormous amounts of time thinking about, or worrying about, the speed of non-critical parts of their programs, and these attempts at efficiency actually have a strong negative impact when debugging and maintenance are considered. ...
1 day ago
John Maeda
Donald Knuth on optimization
John Cage on Computers
From John Cage, edited by Richard Kostalanete Computers are bringing about a situation that's like the invention of harmony. Subroutines are like chords. No one would think of keeping a chord to himself. You'd give it to anyone who wanted it. You'd welcome alterations of it. Subroutines are altered by ...
1 day ago
John Maeda
John Cage on Computers
NASA's Mars 2020 identity celebrates the "legacy of space travel"
The Mars Rover was launched at the end of July in the hope of confirming whether there has been past life on the red planet. The post NASA's Mars 2020 identity celebrates the "legacy of space travel" appeared first on Design Week.
1 day ago
Design Week
NASA's Mars 2020 identity celebrates the "legacy of space travel"
Co.Design
See what Virgil Abloh thinks will be the future of sustainable fashion
Danielle Elsener is the winner of Virgil Abloh and Evian's $50,000 sustainability grant. Making clothes is notoriously wasteful. Fabric comes in large bolts which are then cut into pieces to be sewn into a garment, but the process typically wastes about 15% of the material. When you consider that ...
1 day ago
Co.Design
See what Virgil Abloh thinks will be the future of sustainable fashion
Co.Design
9 must-watch design documentaries you can stream right now
Unfortunately, quarantine isn't going anywhere. How about some design docs to keep the creative juices going? The breadmaking phase of quarantine feels like ages ago. But as COVID-19 cases continue to rise in the U.S., it's become clear that there's a long way to go before our day-to-day gets any ...
1 day ago
Co.Design
9 must-watch design documentaries you can stream right now