Category: Design

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13 Podcasts Every Designer Should Listen To

Every designer has a different way of “plugging in” when they start working on a new design. Listening to music is probably one of the best options when you go on a design sprint. You might prefer putting on a guilty-pleasure TV show in the background. But once in a while, you might want to switch it up and learn...

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Huru Backpack

Huru is a product with a strong personality. Every detail is elaborated to give you freedom for spontaneous adventure, the freedom to have anything you need right in your backpack.

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Design Thinking Is B.S.

In a recent talk at the School of Visual Arts, Pentagram partner Natasha Jen argues against the cult of design thinking.
This article was adapted with permission from a talk Pentagram partner Natasha Jen gave for the MA Design Research, Writing, and Criticism Department at the School of Visual Arts in New York. Read a...

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Cryptocurrency payment UX process

A digital currency payment system learning exerciseCryptocurrency is a hot topic right now, both in and outside the tech world. With interest and awareness growing, so is the attraction to crypto.More and more people are downloading wallets, buying Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other digital currencies. Many see it as an...

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IA for Good: communicating social impact better

Notes from my talk at World Information Architecture Day 2018 (India).On 24th Feb, at WIAD 2018 New Delhi, I shared the overall importance of information design with a particular focus on NGOs.Information Architecture (IA) is critical for NGOs to translate human or planetary situations, its urgency, and emotions that...

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Adrian Frutiger logos, 1960s–70s

“The great stroke of luck in my life is to have been blessed first with an artistic feeling for shapes, and second with an easy grasp of technical processes and of mathematics.”
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5 takeaways from Questlove’s new book on creativity

In "Creative Quest," the drummer, DJ, and “Late Night” musical director dives into his own successes and failures, and shares inspiration from a few of his A-list friends.
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