Inaugura lunedì 11 marzo 2013, dalle ore 18.00 alle ore 20.00 la mostra dei modelli realizzati dagli studenti del corso di Design degli Interni di Andrea Branzi e Michele De Lucchi. Resterà aperta dal 12 al 18 marzo, dalle 9.00 alle 13.00 e dalle 14.00 alle 18.00 in via Varese 15, a Milano. La società [...]
Questo post non è solo quello di un utente arrabbiato e deluso, ma vuole essere una breve analisi di un progetto, di un processo e di un approccio al cambiamento destinato a fallire. O a costare molto, in termini di risorse, di tempo e di scocciature. FORGET THE CUSTOMER, FORGET INNOVATION Tutto succede qualche giorno [...]
I have been studying and working in many places in Italy and abroad. Through this I have experienced many lost in translation incidents while working in a group, especially when everybody is working in a third language that it’s not his own. Sometime it is very funny, sometime frustrating. This same obstacles are there even [...]
I keep thinking that progress is not innovation. We always talk, and hear talking, about progress in a positivistic way, but we hardly ever hear what is the real, underlying value of progress. Are we only looking at monetary values? Or should we broaden the perspective and consider that progress-is-innovation when it is ‘good’. But than, again, [...]
Bel post di Elena Favilli (che con Timbuktu, come ci racconta qui, parte per la California) su contenuti e contenitori dell’ informazione, e della formazione scolastica. Mi ha colpito soprattuto quello che si racconta alla fine, su content curation/dj (che qui di seguito riporto). E una immagine mi ritorna in mente di quando Andrea Branzi [...]
Found today the video we did with Midori Yamada as final presentation for Undefined Warplay. It is rough cut and LD, but I still like it! Have a look.
In a supermarket in Finland I spotted this scale used for self weighting of the vegetables and fruit. In Italy most of those have a visual representation of the thing you should wait beside the number. Here is a much less cluttered solutions, but it looks like users were making mistakes between bananas!
I find myself observing and thinking a lot about how to changhe things around me. It’s probably part of my mindset as a designer. Livialein one day told me: you should call yourself ‘the improover’. We laughed and we finally thought it was a good idea. So I am starting to blog some of my list [...]
Very interesting second episode of the Made by Hand series of videos on the growing makers scene. The Knife Maker follows the work of Joel Bukiewicz at Cut Brooklyn where he produces amazing professional knives.