invisionapp

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Looking into how Punchcut uses Studio to design products for the next generation.

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The Next Web

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By embedding purposeful innovation in design — rooted in service to humanity — tech companies can become true partners in their customers’ lives.

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Design Boom

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the dyeing marble collection suggests an invasion of figurative artificial symbols into the stones’s classical and natural imagery.

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The Guardian

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From tracing its post-war roots to putting today’s artists to the test, BBC Four’s night at the Bauhaus was illuminating and fun

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adobe

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Slack's Head of Brand Communications on why words matter in product design, and how to wield them.

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TED

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Designer Ivan Poupyrev wants to integrate technology into everyday objects to make them more useful and fun — like a jacket you can use to answer phone calls or a houseplant you can play like a keyboard. In a talk and tech demo, he lays out his vision for a physical world that's more deeply connected to the internet and shows how, with a little collaboration, we can get there. Unveiled in this talk: Poupyrev announces that his newest device, Jacquard, is now publicly available for all designers to use.

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Design Boom

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american filmmaker gary hustwit — known for his design trilogy ‘helvetica’, ‘urbanized’ and ‘objectified’ — has finally revealed ‘rams’, the full-feature documentary on legendary german designer dieter rams the world has been waiting for. following years of on-site research, personal interviews, conversations and a kickstarter campaign to help raise funds for the production, the long-awaited premiere offers unprecedented insight into the otherwise private rams’ life and work.
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Riga Design and Art School graduate Keita Augstkalne has developed an indoor plant watering system that provides water for plants who have been neglected by their busy owners.

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Dezeen

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There is a wide range of eco-friendly materials that can be used in design, according to Seetal Solanki, founder of research studio Matter. She picks out five of the most innovative examples

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Core 77

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Pesticides are bad for humans, and they've been linked to everything from birth defects to cancer. They're not much better for the environment: In "Sustaining the Earth," textbook author G. Tyler Miller--the man who literally wrote the book on environmental science--points out that over 95% and 98% of sprayed herbicides and pesticides, respectively, land on something other than what they're trying to kill. They then contaminate and pollute the air, water and soil.
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Wired

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When the Xbox team at Microsoft first unveiled the Xbox Adaptive Controller back in May, the design drew applause from the gaming community. The fact that a prominent gaming hardware manufacturer was directly addressing the needs of disabled gamers with innovative product design was a moment worth noting. The controller, called the XAC, is remarkable for its simplistic design: On top, there’s a D-pad, a few menu buttons, and two giant round hand pads. Its back strip, though, has a multitude of ports that will let physically disabled gamers plug in any kind of assistive devices they need. The XAC is expected to ship later this year and will cost $100.
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Design Boom

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the bauhaus — the legendary cultural institution with a surprising present-day relevance — is now open for visitors to stay overnight. recreating an atmosphere of unrivaled creativity, everything from the floor plan and the materials, to the original furniture, has been returned to its original state. completed in 1926, the building known as the prellerhaus features 28 studios, each measuring around 20 square meters. inside, its walls guard the secrets and stories of some of its most renowned students, including josef albers, herbert beyer, marcel breuer, anni albers, and bertrand goldberg, among many others.
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Fast.co Design

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The most successful brands treat their customers as users, not buyers. Here’s how.

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Design Milk

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We’ve long been fans of the installation work of Mexican artist Gabriel Dawe, who is known for his site-specific installations that explore the connection between fashion and architecture. This year he’s collaborated with leading commercial flooring surfaces manufacturer Mannington Commercial to release a collection that we think is a match made in heaven. Sought out for his innovative installation work, Dawe brings a fresh energy and perspective to Mannington’s products that are designed to inspire creativity and deliver advanced performance in all types of commercial spaces.
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Form Fifty Five

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Clubbed: a visual history of UK club culture celebrates the best graphic design in UK clubs. The book put together by Rick Banks (a.k.a. Face37) features logos, posters, photography, stickers, tickets, menus, cover art, signage, lanyards, fonts and, yes, flyers from the last 35 years. The deluxe hardback features a dazzling collection of never-before-published materials and a specially commissioned editorial from Bill Brewster. And if that doesn’t convince you, the cover features a diamond dust finish.
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