Our latest thinking.
Whether you’re a student in search of an internship, a recent graduate in search of your first job, or a seasoned professional looking for a fresh creative environment, here is some sage advice from our team.
When we talk about observing design trends, we’re not just talking about the latest finishes, colors, and forms, we’re also talking about noticing technologies and paradigm shifts that will help us design products that are relevant, sensitive, and cutting edge.
The real promise of a doctoral degree is what could be discovered when individuals are given the opportunity to dive deeper into the subject of Design – without the external influence of clients or requirements.
Overcoming the technical challenges of developing a domestic robot requires nothing short of symphonic integration. These challenges have kept home robots out of reach…until now. We are finally at a nexus where technology, design and cost have aligned to present an opportunity.
Healthcare has no shortage of design challenges. These challenges are complex and cannot be solved solely by an engineer developing a medical device, a hospital administrator developing a patient flow, or a surgeon getting creative.
This year’s CES seemed more pivotal than most because there were so many products that collectively pointed toward something bigger. Step back from all the noise and you can see it.
“We soon realized that what the client and the market wanted instead was lots and lots of variety. Every product was to be a standalone hero.”
The beauty of design competitions is the leveling of the playing field between big companies, small design firms, and students alike.