For September, 2012 returned 8 results
Today is a sad day for the PDD clan as we say farewell to Andrew L. – technical guru and occasional blogger here on Pulse. We wish him the very best of luck in his future ventures! But, where there is a “goodbye”, there is also a “hello” – and in our case there are two! So, we are happy to welcome Fabien S. and Marko P. to the fold! 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.
Featured in our PDD Extract magazine on transport, this post reports on how emerging markets are playing leap-frog as mature markets struggle against ancient transport infrastructure. Read more
There are not many things in this world that get us quite as excited as glimpses into the future. Seeing science-fiction become fact is, well, just cool! From a super intelligent manufacturing robot, to a programmed wall with thousands of cubes moving in synchronised heaven, make sure you check out this week’s links. Read more
Another Friday is upon us and another chance for us to share with you the things that have caught our eye during the week. From the release of the brand spanking new iPhone 5, to a restaurant that is encouraging customers to literally inhale their food. Yup, we’ve got you covered. Read more
Is there a place for open source technology in a design consultancy that builds its reputation on being able to maintain client confidentiality? In this post our Principal of Design Development, Mark Hester, talks about the amazing world of Arduino and how using open source technologies can raise your game. Read more
The world is often an interesting place; this becomes more apparent throughout the week as a host of wonderful links get passed around our studio. Fortunately for you, it’s a Friday and on a Friday, we like to share these links with you. Enjoy. Read more
Well, here we are freewheeling away from the Olympic park with our feet stuck out in the air after Team GB’s Olympic cycling success. A British cyclist even won the Tour de France for the first time. But will Britain’s recent cycling successes rub off on the rest of us? Read more