creativity

Are complexity and design harming innovation?

by: John Caddell

At some level, it's makes sense that technological advances and the open-source movement have made tinkering with and improving on our favorite products easier. Think of Google Maps mash-ups, Firefox add-ons, videogame hacks, etc.

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a few thoughts about innovation, novelty, the Internet, web 2.0, and the halo effect

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Ideo, the Shopping Cart and the Halo Effect. What Is - Really - Good Design?

(Almost) Anybody interested in innovation knows about the IDEO process and the well-famed Ideo shopp

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Specialist or Generalist?

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Frank Gehry and breakthrough creativity

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Total Design

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The power of 'weak ties'

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FILEkit

by: Sebastian Campion

Although traffic jams are probably here to stay, there seem to be very little art or design that address the problem in a creative way (in my work with Fiat some years ago, I worked with the highway as a playground and opportunity to generate social wireless interactions but it was purely speculative and did not materialize).

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Send in the NeuroArchitect - Two Feet and The Brain

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Ultra Violent Design

by: Sebastian Campion

Last November, the Swedish designer Samir Alj Fält organized the interactive design project Ultravåldsdesign (~ ultraviolent design), in which he examined the relation between creation and destruction.

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