By using big data and data mining technologies a team of researchers at Nottingham Trent University in the UK have created a computer algorithm to detect product features that will work and fail.
Eleven new installations by leading designers including OMA, Hussein Chalayan, Kenya Hara and Neri Oxman will be unveiled at the new Design Museum in Kensington opening exhibition.
With Psycho-Aesthetics’ integration into the 2016 core curriculum of US colleges and a leading industrial design school, more product designers now embrace Psycho-Aesthetics or P/A as a template for success to create products that turn customers into evangelists.
Domaine de Boisbouchet’s Summer Workshops Program for 2016 is open for bookings.
An outdoor performance shell at Monash University has won the Corian Design Award for 2015.
BIS Publishers and author Carola Vershoor have released a new book titled Change Ahead – How research and design are transforming business strategy.
Three proposals for a landscape architecture student design competition include plans to create inner-city wetlands, activity precincts in an industrial area and disaster ‘resilient’ social parks.
The Taiwan Design Center is calling for international design collaborators to partner with Taipei-based design groups to create innovative solutions to Taipei City’s urban problems.
Helsinki is a city in design transition. Designstoriesfromhelsinki.fi is a new web publication that presents stories about eight design initiatives in Helsinki.
In collaboration with Barcelona’s materials centre, Materfad, RMIT University’s Design Research Institute is hosting Smart Flexibility: Advanced Materials and Technologies.
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