We’ve been sold a narrow vision of IoT. There’s now an outstanding IOU to make IoT human-scaled, and give people greater control over their technology.
As information becomes plentiful, its value is decreasing while the value of our attention is increasing. Calm Technology helps us focus on the things that are really important.
Observational research doesn’t get much buzz as a design research method. But for real aha moments, it can reveal insights that you can’t get through conversation alone.
Wrapping up our four-part Summer Intern series is Ian Morrow, Engineering.
The next great interface will be in your face. Literally. The technology is already in your pocket, but it’s trapped behind your smartphone’s screen.
Wearable devices are making their way into everything. But we must be prudent in our efforts to ensure that interactions between humans and information are meaningful.
Get to know our Summer Interns in this four-part series. Next up, Linn Ruiz-Goubert, Visual Design.
Basic design principles haven’t changed. In my opinion, these design books stand the test of time.
Get to know our Summer Interns in this four-part series. Next up, Aaron Cook, Human Sciences.
Get to know our Summer Interns in this four-part series. First up, Hannah Brinkman, Visual Design intern.
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