.: A conversation with Mathieu Lehanneur, Summer... →
chriswoebken: How can design address hidden needs? I don’t think there are hidden need. The needs haven’t changed much. It is even quite surprising to see how much the societies have changed but not primary needs. As always we need air, water, recognition, faith, life presence, light, food, sex and power. I am…
His design decisions, Mr. Jobs explained, were shaped by his understanding of...– Without Its Master of Design, Apple Will Face Many Challenges - NYTimes.com (via howtowork)
I believe that the product should play a secondary role in the relationship with...– Dieter Rams
According to Gandhiji, there are seven sins that people can commit - 1. politics without principles 2. wealth without work 3. pleasure without conscience 4. knowledge without character 5. commerce without morality 6. science without humanity 7. worship without renunciation of ego.
On the web, somebody’s watching it because they were curious enough to...– Adam Lisagor ….on the product commercials he makes. (via) Adam Lisagor Is The Quietest Pitchman
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jollysonali: Good to be reminded every now and again jeremylv: 1. Keep good company 2. Notice the ordinary 3. Preserve the ephemeral 4. Design not for the elite but for the masses 5. Explain it to a child 6. Get lost in the content 7. Get to the heart of the matter 8. Never tolerate “O.K. anything.” 9….
8226: Proof of ability prototypes for a keypad lock. Two component sets shown: 1) ATmega 328 microcontroller, button keypad, 2 LEDS, wall outlet power. 2) ATmega 328 microcontroller, capacitive touch keypad, 2 LEDS, battery pack power. In both cases: White light = code accepted - motor turns allowing lock to open. Red light = code rejected - motor does not turn.