For April, 2012 returned 12 results
We survived the wet week here in London! Here are some links to read while you dry your toes and prepare for a sunnier weekend. 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 the UK and the rest of the work get prepared for the Olympics in London there is another celebration generating brand attention this month. In this post we take a look at how marketing and packaging will be saying ‘Happy Birthday’ to Her Majesty. Read more
I recently attended a talk hosted by NESTA (one of the perks of my internship!) to the launch of the economic publication ‘Megachange: The world in 2050’ –a book that explores The Economist’s top correspondents’ thoughts and predictions for the world in 40 years. Read more
Some captivating links flew around the studio this week. Who knew a spoon could be so interesting… Read more
As retailers face the uphill challenge of gaining the attention of consumers, more marketing spend is being invested in dynamic and interactive PR solutions. Read more
The UK Government has launched a National Curriculum Review to consult on major changes it wants to make to the primary and secondary school National Curriculum in England. Read more
Welcome to part 2 of our musings from London Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2012. In this post we pay particular focus upon accessories and jewellery and taking a close look at the finer details. Read more
Beer makes you smarter… Printing your own chocolate… Karl Lagerfeld designs a helicopter… I think I need another bank holiday to recover from that lot. Enjoy this weeks links! Read more
Whether it is the accent colour glowing on your laptop buttons or the upholstery in your Audi – chances are that the fashion industry has influenced these design decisions. With this in mind, we went to London Fashion Week A/W12 to see some of the avant-garde examples that will be influencing products in 2012 and beyond. Read more
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. Read more