Learn more in this interview with the designer of the newly refreshed peace symbol.
Google just released a new VR viewer called Cardboard and last weekend everyone with a New York Times subscription got one on their doorsteps. While the technology is clever- a cardboard viewer to watch a phone app through, the choice of content for their first video is troubling. Called The Displaced, it is a video about three children uprooted by war in South Sudan, Ukraine and a Syrian refugee settlement camp. The children profiled have no home, little family and certainly no smartphone in which to view their experiences in VR. While well done as a film, this juxtaposition between the have and have nots will hopefully make viewers consider the luxury of the way they are receiving the story.
Or should I say Palm Pilot? Now that you’ve picked your classes, you should start thinking about picking your career. Thanks to Julie Zhuo, this flow chart might help.
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Designers & Books Fair 2015™ is a must for anyone who is interested in design and loves books. The Fair focuses on all aspects of design — architecture, experience design, fashion, graphic design, interior design, landscape architecture, product and industrial design, and urban design — and will feature: Books on sale from more than 70 […]
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