Designing and critiquing logos for web-based companies and startups is a pursuit of endless fascination for many of us. By Jolie O'Dell
Thursday, September 30, 2010
Thursday, September 16, 2010
With the growing momentum of design thinking and organizations wanting to have a competence in design, more and more designers will find themselves hired in organizations without a design friendly management structure or colleagues sympathetic to the needs of design. By Design Sojourn
Wednesday, September 15, 2010
The final event in the IDEA judging is the intense competition for Best of Show. In this first ever behind-the-scenes video of the process, jurors wrangle over four wildly diverse products they've deemed the best of the 2010 entries, acutely aware that their final selection will send a message to the industry about what they value, and where they think design is heading. By Fastcodesign
Sunday, September 12, 2010
A logo alludes to its company’s identity in its appearance and visual impact; that’s how it starts branding.
By Callum Chapman
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IDEO’s Fred Dust speaks about how people can think and act like designers. He gives examples of how good design doesn’t just look beautiful — it acts differently — and it makes the people who use well-designed products act differently, as well.
By bringing a patient’s vital signs into one system, the EVD helps doctors and nurses to better capture patient information and send it wirelessly to an electronic medical record. By Sars Munday
Digital interfaces are going big -- so big pretty soon we might not be able to distinguish between what's real and what's fake, whether we're talking about ads on the street or the reflection in the mirror. By Suzanne Labarre
We live in in the post-human world augured by William Gibson. Need proof? Look at all the freakish examples of plastic surgery on TV. Does Heidi Montag look human to you? By Suzanne Labarre
Google Instant is the (unholy) product of Google's infamous design process. By Cliff Kuang