Eric Karjaluoto of SmashLAB in Vancouver, BC is sharing an interview he did with business development consultant Blair Enns of WinWithoutPitching. Enns has a lot of great things to say. Witness: The only real way for a firm to shift the power is to eliminate as many substitutes to hiring their firm as possible. They […]
As I sit here staring at my sleek new iPhone 3GS, I’m thinking about the design sensibility that led Apple to ditch a keypad altogether for the simplicity of a touchscreen. Makes it a little more difficult to type but certainly helps the design. Product developer, John Edson writes on Fast Company why ugly products […]
Designers have their own Digg. It’s called Design Float and carries aggregated news in graphic design, web design, identity and branding, illustration and other associated categories. Design Float has more than 6500 members who are able to submit and vote content up or down. According to the LA Times, community supported niche aggregators are sprouting […]
The redesigned BobDylan.com has a tricked out record player that’s available as a pull down menu. Maybe it’s no big thing, but I like it. A lot. The scratchy man from Minnesota belongs on vinyl.
Journalist John Hockenberry, writing in Metropolis Magazine, wonders “how designers participate in an economy of no product?” Twenty-nine years after George W. S. Trow envisioned an era of no context, it is suddenly possible to discern an economic era of no product. For most of the postwar era, design and marketing have been all about […]