Content from original post
Architect Pascal Madoc Jones has added a new house to a Victorian terrace in north London, featuring a curved recess intended to give the street a more distinctive end.
Lumière is a special coffee brand, who belives that the “coffee break” is a moment of pleasure, feelings and also alchemy.
The brand works with seasonal crops, and deal directly with small producers to assure above average quality, exclusivity and mostly support and encourage an equal market.
NASA announced that its Kepler telescope, with the help of Google AI, has discovered the 8th planet in a distant planetary system. The solar system Kepler 90 now ties our own solar system for having the most known planets. The groundbreaking discovery confirms that artificial intelligence can assist astronomers in identifying patterns in space that may be too challenging for humans.
A team of Japanese researchers say they’ve discovered the holy grail of mobile computing: a new type of glass that can heal itself from cracks.
Published in the journal Science, a team of researchers from the University of Tokyo believe they’ve found a hard glass-like polymer called “polyetherthioureas” that can heal itself with mild heat and hand pressure.
It’s that time of year to treat people close to you to something special. We decided after a great year to express our special thanks to each client with a limited edition bottle of wine and wise them a ‘More Merrier’ festive break.
If you were going to kick off a technological revolution, you’d be hard-pressed to do it with more pizazz than Tesla with its electric cars. Flashy, kinda-self-driving, neck-snappingly fast electric cars. But oddly enough, what’s driving it all—the electric motor—is an ancient technology at this point. It’s lost out to the gas engine for over a century, sure, but it’s finally begun to take over transportation, thanks to supporting roles from better batteries and fancy sensors.
During a speech about his administration’s national security strategy on Monday, Donald Trump paused to wet his whistle with a little bit of water. While a president drinking a bit of wa-wa should not make headlines, Trump previously made fun of Senator Marco Rubio for doing the same thing.
So, now every time Trump pauses a speech to take a drink, the internet takes notice, and boy did Trump deliver this time. Clutching a glass with two hands, Trump delicately titled a glass of water towards his lips, much like a child would do.
The internet was quick to point out just how weird the little sip looked.
The labels designed for Desquiciado Wines, summarize the strength of nature, the expression of the soil and the wildness of each chosen animal. Its minimalist design is highlighted with xylographic style illustrations, stamping details and volume screen lacquers, thus giving the label a wild and different look.
Excellent olive oil, made with NASA announced that its Kepler telescope, with the help of Google AI, has discovered the 8th planet in a distant planetary system. The solar system Kepler 90 now ties our own solar system for having the most known planets. The groundbreaking discovery confirms that artificial intelligence can assist astronomers in identifying patterns in space that may be too challenging for humans. raw materials, in the respect of the eco-sustainable production. Produced in limited edition in the province of Abruzzo in a small olive farm.
Only 200 years ago did humans begin to systematically categorize the species, and within that relatively small stretch, we’ve recorded about 2 million species of plants, animals, fungi. But that’s only the tip of the iceberg. By some estimates, we still have another 2 million to uncover, and by others, there are upwards of 100 million left to be classified. However, with deforestation, sprawl, and, above all, climate change putting the planet in jeopardy, scientists believe millions of species will die off before we will even encounter them. And the implications of this are far-reaching.
Think about the customer experience today: It’s not about what you feel when you step into a store. It’s about what you feel when you open that generic cardboard delivery box and lift out the package containing whatever you purchased.
In a world of online shopping and social sharing, packaging is the customer experience. A great package not only contains the product; it’s the physical stand-in for the brand. It has the power to captivate, delight and engage. More and more, consumer brands recognize the power of packaging. They’re investing in great design, high-quality materials and superior production.
Design can reach the peak of its efficiency when combined with excellent knowledge of psychology. Designers often rely on people’s reaction to different visual incentives in order to take the most of their designs.
As you can notice, the psychology applied is very basic and it doesn’t require you to be an expert in order to use its techniques. In fact, there are few basic guidelines and psychology principles which every designer should use to improve the effectiveness of his design.
Human reaction to visual stimuli is significantly more connected to the subconscious thoughts than it is to the conscious ones. Interestingly enough, it is very predictable. Designers should understand people’s perception and to anticipate the reactions they might have.
Danny McNeil, Creative Director at TM got in touch about Fedrigoni 365, a project commemorating the year 2018.
Some of the leading UK-based creatives contributed to work to this design compendium, taking the form of the Fedrigoni annual Calendar.
The results of this collaboration are this striking black tome holding 365 single-colour designs within. Each design was created as an interpretation of a date that was provided at random to each participant. To challenge each designer’s creativity the production was restricted to one paper and one colour print, which forced them to focus strictly on concept, shape and form.
The Calendar is a beautiful visual story whose pace varies from page to page, and spread to spread. And all profits will be going directly to the Make-A-Wish charity.
Wireless charging doesn’t need to look ugly.
If you had told me that all these furniture pieces and accessories were part of the sets of Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey, I would have believed you. These wireless charging surfaces by South Korean design studio PESI–which include tables, trays, containers, mirrors, speakers, and alarm clocks–all feel like they belong to the future.