Team members at Trig refute Monocle Travel Guide’s claim that “the Japanese are sensitive to small-scale beauty but insensitive to large-scale ugliness” in this thought-provoking photoblog about current trends in both gallery art and large public works design.
How would you go about calculating the fastest speed at which a Tyrannosaurus Rex could fall? As an aside, the speed of sound is 340 m/s, so a skydiving Tyrannosaurus would be the first animal to generate a sonic boom.
What is the difference between creativity and innovation? At first glance, the two concepts may seem almost synonymous, but there is an important distinction and inseparable connection between them.
Cool hunting is the practice of researching the youth culture in the street or underground scenes in order to predict future or upcoming trends, in the context of design. The term cool hunting has an inherent sociocultural element to it, since it is the current society’s ideals that dictate what is cool and uncool, the zeitgeist, or the “spirit of the times”.
Design Thinking has generated a lot of momentum through mentions in the Harvard Business Review and Forbes. A majority of corporations operate analytically and can be disrupted by trends that sometimes renders businesses obsolete, you must create a culture that fosters creativity, methods that promote innovation, and the tools that designers utilize can be perfect in the effort to avoid these pitfalls.