Dezeen

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London-based designer Keiichi Matsuda imagines how augmented reality will define the workstation of the future in short film Merger

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Hongkiat

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We live in an era where mobile devices have officially topped desktop computers for internet browsing and web design has changed accordingly. And while the technology has evolved tremendously and we are loving it, the users’ expectations have grown as well.
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How Design

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2018 marks my 30th year of self-employment as a consultant serving the design industry and here is the essence of what I’ve learned about the best way to market your creative services in the 21st century.
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Design is a key driver of business success, according to management consultancy McKinsey's “The Business Value of Design” report.

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fastcompany

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Everything was designed and handmade by Kagan Taylor and Justin Rice, who founded the studio back in 2010 because they loved traditional craft, architecture, and digital design. They tell me via email that they could have never given this project to a regular contractor, so they had to build it themselves.
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Core 77

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By Rain Noe - Aug 31 Liberty Mutual's "Snook Tables" cover lifting, lowering, pushing, pulling and carrying There is the intangible part of design where, if you're designing a bar/restaurant interior for instance, you are creating a vibe by choosing colors and materials. But the back of the house requires concrete numbers-based design: Can the petite bartender realistically carry the requisite amount of beer cases from the
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Welcome to Boogie’s Moscow. These are people sculpted by a brutal, concrete landscape, fighting to survive. This is a world of football hooligans, gang tattoos, boxing… Yet this is not misery porn: There is an inherent vitality in the violence–the enduring toughness–of these images. There is dynamis

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Core 77

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There is the intangible part of design where, if you're designing a bar/restaurant interior for instance, you are creating a vibe by choosing colors and materials. But the back of the house requires concrete numbers-based design: Can the petite bartender realistically carry the requisite amount of beer cases from the storeroom to the front? When the boxes of vegetables come off of the truck, what should the maximum distance to the cooler be to ensure efficient unloading? Can kegs be stored in the basement and muscled up the stairs, or will that be a back-breaker?
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Often times during vacations and sabbaticals we feel this compulsive itch to keep working, which is why Amble's business model is so intriguing. The new program is offering designers the chance to lodge in cozy properties otherwise not available to the public, in exchange for the completion of a design project. Amble partners with nonprofits, conservancies, and small towns to provide the design briefs as well as discounted lodging in return. The program recently launched online with a pilot program happening this November in Yosemite National Park.
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Design Boom

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hostels are all the rage these days, especially as travel continues to be reconsidered. beijing-based architect cao pu is no stranger to hostel design, having completed several accommodation spaces already. his latest project — together · venue fawn hostel in suzhou, china — is a fascinating play of public and private space. it was designed out of an old structure of a department store named beiding, which was very popular in the 70s and 80s and bears a long history of business. cao pu and his team spent a great deal of time studying the city environment and contemplating a plan that would suit the needs of a hostel, while giving something back to the community as well.   
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Core 77

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In order to push forward in our careers, we often need to expose ourselves to the cold, hard truth and push past common excuses that do nothing but keep our development stagnant. Too often we settle for general career advice that beats around the bush because a) honest advice is often difficult to handle and b) no-BS advice on forming and maintaining a reputable design career isn't something many designers have access to.
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Eureka Magazine

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Vodafone has created a unique virtual reality (VR) experience using waterproof VR-goggles to allow divers to experience the thrill of swimming with sharks. As part of a technology event in the Netherlands, divers went under water with virtual South-African Great White Sharks, all hosted in a swimming pool.
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Creative Review

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John Lewis became the first UK retailer to trial 360-degree video adverts on Facebook in September as part of its ‘Only Here’ Autumn campaign.

Ads were shot by agency Punch Communications at a house in South London. Facebook users can move their fingers or drag their mouse to look around an open plan kitchen/diner and view products that are exclusive to John Lewis. They can also click through to the John Lewis website to order or find out more about an item.

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Design Week

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A new exhibition at the London Transport Museum shows the graphics and prints of female designers who have been “criminally neglected”, curator David Bownes tells us. Now, contributors tell us about the women from design history who have not received the recognition they deserve.
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Campaign Live

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Once completed the deal will result in a joint venture between both companies in Shanghai and the rest of China, called Mother Shanghai. The partnership will extend to the Singapore market, where TSLA will retain its name.   
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