For February, 2012 returned 8 results
In times of economic belt-tightening, reducing costs and improving efficiency can be a key to determining whether a company is successful or not. In this post we question where the process of design itself can provide a key area for improvement. Read more
The energy potential of hydrocarbons and how our reliance on maintaining existing infrastructures is stopping progression in newer, renewable resources.
Sergio, Principal - Medical Engineering, discusses the valuable insights into what inventors and designers need to know about the world of patents.
What the future holds and how consumers will accept the 'new normal' for wearable technology. Oliver Stokes, Principal - Design and Innovation, writes for Techopedia on the future of wearable technology.
As some of you may know, we have a Friday cake club at PDD, I just had to share with you a pic of the amazing offering from Georgina R today – Delicious! Have a happy Friday everyone. Read more
If you type “world vending machines” into Google, I guarantee that the weird and wonderful specimens that greet you are predominantly provided by Asia. Their cutting-edge machines make Britain’s offerings appear somewhat meagre in comparison, which makes me wonder, could we as a nation be doing more to help unleash the full consumer experience potential? Read more
According to Cisco, there will be more mobile devices than there are humans by the end of 2012. According to the PDDers we will be running from zombies, making vinyl out of granddad and letting origami robots reach hard to get places. Read more
Last week the House of Lords was the location to a lively debate about the state of UK fashion. From the impact of an uncertain economic climate to the more optimistic topic of supporting young designers, it is clear that only through action can we make positive steps towards the future. Read more
From printed bones to digital dreams, the studio has been fascinated with life-enhancing technology this week… Read more
Will the future of personalised healthcare depend on genome sequencing? Probably, but there are strings attached. Read more
The first ‘Sent from the Studio’ of February challenges the idea of a needle in a haystack, brings you some (Siberian windy) cool stuff on outer space (both nostalgic and futuristic), as well as adding colour to your daily travels around London. Enjoy! Read more