Chip Kidd explains the two techniques designers use to communicate instantly and when, why and how they work […]
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Stefan Sagmeister talks about Design, Aesthetics, and the Beauty of Design in this follow-up Q&A at Brewery Stage after his keynote “Why Beauty Matters” at D&AD Festival 2017
Don Norman explains his Emotional Design Theory about how designers create the perfect products: knowing your emotions […]
In this Commencement Speech at the University of the Arts, author and Artist Neil Gaiman talks about how the world is change, and the creative industries are changing with it, and encourage us to “make up your own rules”
Founded in 1984 and confined for nearly ten years in the garages on the periphery of Recife band led by Fred Zeroquatro proposed in the 90s – along with the late Chico Science –...
In this interview for the Hollywood Reporter, Stan Lee — who helped create Spider-Man, The Hulk, Iron Man and other legendary Marvel comic franchises — talks about being active, about (not) retiring, and doing things you want to do […]
Screen time used to mean sitting in front of a TV. Today we move between screens of various sizes, proportions, and quality all day. The abundance and diversity of devices can overwhelm teams delivering...
The last issue of The Sandman came out a decade ago. A couple of years ago author Neil Gaiman returned to Sandman with a prequel series, called The Sandman: Overture. Gaiman talks about his creative process, collaborating with artists, and how boredom propelled Sandman from horror to other things.
In this talk at UX London 2017, Jeff and Josh show how teams at large companies and startups are combining modern lean and agile tactics with service design methods to create and deliver new digital products—faster, with less risk, and with better customer outcomes than ever before.
In their Talk “Design as Participation”, Marc and Hanna bring their point of view to the theme of “design in context,” expanding it to consider three contexts: the operational context (where we focus most of our attention), the “great context” of systemic and societal shifts, and the inner context on which the quality of our participation depends