SWYP: See What You Print

Not much to really say except fantastic idea on humanizing the printer, and making it a standalone device.

Why Great Ideas Can Fail

“Designers are proud of their ability to innovate, to think outside the box, to develop creative, powerful ideas for their clients. Sometimes these ideas win design prizes. However, the rate at which these ideas achieve commercial success is low. Many of the ideas die within the companies, never becoming a product. Among those that become [...]

Humanizing the Machine: Radical ATM Redesign

A delightful banking experience “from the moment the card goes into the machine until the moment it comes out, all the transitions are virtualized, the seamless interplay between the real and the virtual eliminates all doubts, how the bank communicates to customers is now personalized, interactive and entertaining. The result is human and tangible in [...]

The Research – Practice Gap

“There is an immense gap between research and practice. I’m tempted to paraphrase Kipling and say “Oh, research is research, and practice is practice, and never the twain shall meet,” but I will resist. The gap between these two communities is real and frustrating. Sometimes the gap is deliberate. Some researchers proudly state that they [...]

Future of Screen Technology?

Future Of Screen Technology from Jeshua Nanthakumar on Vimeo. This video demonstrates the result of the Open Innovation experiment, created by TAT. It is an experience video showing the future of screen technology with stretchable screens, transparent screens and e-ink displays, to name a few. Compelling?  I think that the screen art could be better, [...]