For January, 2012 returned 9 results
Last week Polly Shelton, one of PDD’s Human Sciences consultants, spoke at the LEG (London Ergonomics Group) and UKUPA (Usability Professionals’ Association) event at UCL’s Interaction Centre. Read more
Technical Director of PDD, Graham Lacy, asks the question: will removing Design & Technology classes undermine the country's economic prospects now and in the future?
In all the excitement surrounding new technologies and the rush to 'be the first' to use them, it's easy to forget the people who will be interacting with them. To avoid epic failures, it pays to employ a few HCD tools.
Taken from our latest Extract magazine, this post examines the future of transport from a tech and innovation perspective. From public transport to manufacturing, we take a look at the future of the automotive industry.
Of course, with a new year comes a new hope, a hope that we’re going to be a better, more organised and fulfilled version of our self in the future. It was with these thoughts earlier in January I started to think about the instantaneousness of our modern lives. Read more
January is almost over… hurrah! This is the final ‘Sent from the Studio’ for January, full of optimism, intrigue and discovery. Read more
Friday, here again. Let’s send off this week in style with a lovely selection of links… enjoy! Read more
Our Studio Manager Jamie-Lee talks about the often irrational desires that drive product choices and asks that she as a purple-loving consumer be remembered during the design process. Read more
I detect some silliness in the studio this week… a novel way of turning pages, the latest beauty treatment, a cycling robot, Kanye West’s design company… Read more
Following a recent business trip to the wonderful city of Sao Paulo, my colleague (Alex Crook – Human Sciences Consultant) and I decided that we wanted to pull together our top 10 most interesting facts, observations and insights. The following article gives you a flavour of some of our favourite things. Enjoy! Read more
Happy New Year Readers! I hope you all had a nice break. The PDDers are back in force and already links have been flying around the studio. Take a look at some of the best… Read more
PDD Designer, Researcher and unofficial in-house Visual Ethnographer, James Steiner, recently went to Japan working on a project for one of our Asian clients. In what will be a three piece blog series, we will look a bit closer at some of the cultural distinctions that are manifested in the everyday design of Japan. Read more